UEFA punishes Zlatan: no suspension, but fine and mandatory sale shares

UEFA has punished Zlatan Ibrahimovic for his ties with the gambling company Bethard from Malta. The Swedish striker was co-owner of the company, but this is prohibited under UEFA regulations.
Ibrahimovic was fined EUR 50 000 by UEFA. In addition, he must sell his interests in the gambling business. The Swede is avoiding a suspension. UEFA investigated Ibrahimovic last month and was able to impose a maximum suspension of three years, plus a fine of up to 100,000 euros.
So Zlatan gets away well with a fine of 50,000 euros and he has lost his interest in the gambling company Bethard. The Malta company offers gamble on Serie A, World Cup qualification and Europa League matches. In those competitions, Ibrahimovic is active with AC Milan. The Italian club was fined 25,000 euros.