Aleksei Miranchuk

by Rob 19 Jun,2018
Aleksei Miranchuk
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Aleksei Andreyevich Miranchuk
  • Birth Place Slavyansk-na-Kubani, Russia
  • Famous Name Aleksei Miranchuk
  • Salary €1,820,000
  • Nationality Russian
  • Currently Working For Russia national football team and Lokomotiv Moscow
  • Currently Married No
  • Affair with N/A
  • is-played-fifa-word-cup-2018 Yes
  • Girlfriend N/A
  • Tatto(s) No
  • Squad No 15
  • Caps 18
  • Rank 215

Aleksei Miranchuk Miranchuk or simply known as Aleksei Miranchuk is a Russian professional football player who plays as a forward and midfielder for Russian National Team and Russian football club FC Lokomotiv Moscow.

 

Miranchuk has played for Lokomotiv Moscow in their youth teams and has spent two-years Miranchuk has an annual salary of €1,820,000 with the weekly wage of €35K. Miranchuk is currently managed by Pavel Andreev.

Early Life

Aleksei Miranchuk was born on 17th October 1995, in Slavyansk-na-Kubani, Russia. His birth sign is Libra. By his nationality, Miranchuk is Russian. He grew up with his twin brother, Anton Miranchuk.

Net Worth

As of May June 2018, Miranchuk's release clause is reported to be around €21.3 million. His current market value is estimated to be around £12.60 million as of 6th June 2018.

Miranchuk's annual salary is around € 1,820,000 with a weekly salary of €35K which he receives from playing for Lokomotiv Moscow.  He also makes a decent amount of money as an ambassador of Adidas and Chevrolet Russia.

 

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Looking at his professional playing career along with endorsing a product Miranchuk's net worth is estimated at more than $ 2 million.

Aleksei Miranchuk's Career

Aleksei Miranchuk was passionate about football since his childhood and started playing soccer in local football club Olymp Slavyansk-na-Kubani. Following this, he played for the youth squad of Spartak Moscow with his brother Anton.

Later, the twin brothers were invited by Lokomotiv Moscow's manager. He was awarded MVP of the Russian Football Union Cup as he won three titles of Russian league in his age category and scored a goal in the final twice.

Miranchuk was promoted to the main team on 1st January 2013, and made his debut in a 0-0 draw against the Kuban in the Russian Premier League. Following that, he scored his first goal and provide assist ina  4-2 victory against Amkar.

Miranchuk scored a goal on Maicon’s pass in the first-half and also made an assist for Renat Yanbayev in the 2nd half. Miranchuk's first UEFA Europa League match came as a substitute for Manuel Fernandes, on 28th August 2014, in a 1-4 defeat against Apollon Limassol.

Miranchuk grabbed attention after netting a solo goal against Kuban Krasnodar in extra time of the Russian Cup final led the team win the sixth Russian Cup title in history on 21st May 2015.

He is the member of the team that won 2017–18 Russian Premier League and 2014–15, 2016–17 Russian Cup.

National Career

Ismael Diaz was a part of Russia  U-17, U-19, and U-21 national team and named as the 2013–14 Best under-21 player of the Russian Football Premier League.

On 7th June 2015, Miranchuk made his international debut replacing Yuri Zhirkov for Russia senior team in a friendly match against Belarus with the coach Fabio Capello when he was just 19.

More, Aleksei Miranchuk was included in Russia's 23 man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup along with his teammates Andrey Lunyov.

As a host of the FIFA World Cup 2018, his team wins their first match of the competition, in defeating Saudi Arabia by a margin of 5-0 where he appeared as an unused substitute.

Personal Life

The 22-year-old defender stands at the height of 5 feet and 11 inches and weighs around 148 lbs i.e. 67 kg.   He is active on Instagram with 113K followers.

Miranchuk looks like a player who is interested in developing his skills and improving his game rather be involved in any sort of controversy and scandals. As of now, Miranchuk is possibly single and unmarried.

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