Dmitri Nikolayevich Barinov, famously known as Barinov, is a rising Russian professional soccer player. He plays for Lokomotiv Moscow. Barinov plays as a defensive midfielder for his club and country. He made his senior debut for the Russian national football team on January 8, 2019, in the Euro 2020 qualifier match.
Dmitri Barinov was born on September 11, 1996, in Ogudnevo, Moscow Oblast, Russia. There is not much information regarding family members in the media; he started playing football with his hometown region and school. Talking about his physical appearance, Barinov stands five feet and 10 inches tall and weighs over 72Kg.
Lokomotiv Moscow's defensive midfielder Barinov has an estimated net worth of more than $2.5 Million which he collected as a professional soccer player. He started his senior career in 2015, and to date, we can expect he has collected some excellent sum of earnings to date.
A soccer player makes a handsome amount from their sponsorship and advertising deals, and we can expect Barinov has added decent earnings through Nike endorsements. Lokomotiv Moscow's defensive midfielder has an annual salary of £1,352,000 from the club and receives £26,000 as his weekly wage.
Dmitri Barinov is estimated to be valued at €12.00 Million as of late 2021, and his contract with the club ends on June 30, 2023.
Dmitri Barinov is a quiet person who barely shares his relationship status with the public; he focuses on his professional life.
Scrolling down his Instagram posts, he posted several photos with his friends but none hints about his relationship status. As a busy soccer player, he loves spending his vacations with his friends and family.
So, Moscow's midfielder Barinov must be single in 2022. As a good friend, he hangs out with Adelina Sotnikova, Olympic champion, and it is unsure at the moment if he is married or not. Several posts hint at him getting married with children, but it is unidentified.
Barinov was a passionate football player from a young age; he is on the list of the athletes who won the 2013 UEFA European Under-17 Championship and played the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
He played the 2015 UEFA European Under-19 Championship standing second in the overall tournament. Moscow's defensive midfielder made his senior Russia national football team debut in the Euro 2020 qualifier replacing Roman Zobnin.
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