An Argentine international footballer, Angel Martin Correa Martinez is widely recognized as Angel Correa, who plays for La Liga side Atletico Madrid as a forward. Also, the enthusiastic footballer has represented his national team, Argentina, both at the junior and senior levels, playing in various tournaments.
Professional since 2007, Correa has already played for multiple clubs, and since 2015, he has been a part of the Atletico Madrid team. Being one of the most prominent players in his club, Correa has received some honours, including the La Liga Player of the Month in January 2022.
Correa is currently living a happy life with his girlfriend, Sabrina Di Marzo. Correa and his girlfriend, Sabrina, have been dating each other for a long time, and their love life is going pretty well. Correa often posts images with his lover on his Instagram handle, where we can find him as @angelcorrea32.
Apart from that, the lovebirds have also started a family of their own. They are blessed with two children named Lola and Luz. The family of four lives happily. Furthermore, Sabrina also has a strong presence on Instagram, where she is available as @sabridimarzo.
Correa makes most of his gains from being a professional footballer and enjoys a net worth of around $10.5 million. Currently signed with Atletic Madrid, Correa has a whopping deal worth €10.50 million. So, he earns £83,000 a week and £4,316,000 a year.
His 2021 season salary at the club was £82,000 in a week and £4,264,000 in a year. And in the 2020 season, Correa earned £88,000 in a week and £4,576,000 in a year. Before coming into his current club, Correa was a part of the Saint Lawrence team and earned a fair sum of money.
Correa's market value is €40 million, while the highest value was €45 million, recorded on March 21, 2022. Like many footballers, Correa also makes money from brand endorsement.
Angel Correa is a native of Rosario, Argentina, born on March 9, 1995. His birth sign is Pisces. By nationality, he is Argentine, and his ethnicity is under review. He was raised alongside his two brothers by his parents, Marcela Martinez and Angel Correa.
Correa had a keen interest in football since childhood, thus began football at a tender age, playing with Alianza Sport, and later he switched to Tiro.
At the age of 12, he went through emotional and mental trauma following the death of his father and brother. However, that didn't shatter his football dream, so he moved to San Lorenzo.
In June 2017, he lost his other brother, Luis Martinez. The cause of death is yet to be made public.
Following various youth systems at San Lorenzo, Correa signed his first professional contract with San Lorenzo, agreeing on a four-year deal on September 23, 2012.
In January 2013, he was promoted to the first team. He made his debut on March 31, coming on as a second-half substitute in an o-1 loss against Newell's Old Boys.
His first professional goal came on May 11, netting the last of a 3-0 home victory over Boca Juniors. He finished the camping, making overall 13 game appearances with four goals.
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On May 27, 2014, Correa joined Atletico Madrid, signing a five-year deal for $8.74 million. However, he was relegated for six months because of a heart tumor. On June 18, he underwent surgery in New York. After two months, he started light training and officially joined the club on December 13.
On August 22, 2015, he finally made his debut for Atleti debut in a 1-0 home league match victory over UD Las Palmas, replacing Oliver Torres. His first goal for the club came on September 19, netting the first in a 2-0 away victory over SD Eibar, and he also assisted Fernando Torres for the second goal.
On December 11, 2014, Correa was named to the Argentina U-20s 32-man list for the 2015 South America Youth Football Championship.
On September 4, 2015, he made his international team debut, coming on as a late substitute for Ezequiel Lavezzi in a 7-0 friendly home routing of Bolivia, also scoring his first international goal.
On March 27, 2018, Correa was called up to the national team along with his teammate Gonzalo Higuain to play against Spain.
Standing 5 feet 8 inches tall, Correa is often compared to Sergio Aguero due to his similar height. Nevertheless, his playing style is much akin to Carlos Tevez, though in a more attacking positional role.