But we reckon he’s wasted playing football based on his beat-boxing skills.
The Swedish hitman has enjoyed a great first season in La Liga despite playing second fiddle to Nolito for the majority of the campaign.
He’s got seven goals in 34 appearances, but just 11 of those have came from the start for Eduardo Berizzo’s men.
Guidetti will be hoping to play a part for his country at Euro 2016 in the summer before going on to have more of a starring role for Celta next season.
Yet, if he one day decided football wasn’t form him, he looks like he’d have no problem breaking into the music industry.
While on loan at Celtic last season, Guidetti showed off his rapping skills while at an event with former team-mate Virgil van Dijk.
The Dutchman was the one beat-boxing that day – and it appears Guidetti got some tips from him aftewards.
This video has surfaced today after Celta played their last home game of the season against Malaga yesterday.
They won the match 1-0 and celebrated on a stage in front of their supporters afterwards – with Guidetti stepping up to the microphone to show off his beat-boxing skills alongside team-mate Theo Bongonda:
— RC Celta de Vigo (@rccelta_oficial) May 9, 2016
He certainly gets his team-mates excited for the event.
We can look forward to more entertaining Guidetti celebrations if Sweden somehow managed to shock Europe in the summer.