- Date of Birth
- Age 27 Years Old
- Famous Name Hirving Lozano
- Country Mexico MX
- Father Jesus Lozano
- Mother Ana Maria Bahena
- Birth Name Hirving Rodrigo Lozano Bahena
- Net Worth $2.35 million
- Currently Married Yes
- Birth Country Mexico City, Mexico
- Salary $1.2 million
- Married to Ana Obregon
- Famous Name Hirving Lozano
- Children Two
- Nationality Mexican
- Currently Club PSV
Hirving Rodrigo Lozano Bahena AKA Hirving Lozano is a Mexican international footballer. Presently, he plays for PSV and is included to the Mexico national team as a winger. As of 2019, he has an estimated net worth of $2.35 million.
The sportsman from Mexico is undoubtedly one of the players to watch this season in 2018 Worldcup. Further, the winger is expected to be one of the biggest strength for Mexico Squad. So, let's take a look at his personal life, net worth and football career here.
Hirving Lozano's Net Worth and Endorsement
Lozano's current net worth is estimated to be around $2.35 million. As of 2019, Lozano gets paid $23526 as his weekly salary which is around $1.2 million per annum through PSV. Apart from his club contract, he collects tremendous sum through endorsement deals, sponsorships and salary from the national team.
His market value is recorded at €40 million.
Also, he owns a luxurious mansion in the Netherlands.
Hirving Lozano's Personal Life
Hirving Lozano, 23, is a happily married man. He tied the wedding knot with his girlfriend, Ana Obregon, in 2013, whom he met while playing for Pachuca. The duo is blessed with two children: a daughter was born in 2014, while the second, a son, was born in 2017.
If we analyze his Instagram account, he often posts beautiful pictures with his family.
Hirving Lozano's Early Life
Hirving Lozano is a native of Mexico City, Mexico, born on 30th July 1995, to Ana Maria Bahena and Jesus Lozano. He grew up alongside his brother, Bryan Mauricio Lozano Bahena, who currently plays for UNAM Pumas U20.
Lozano who is Mexico by his nationality began his footballing career at Pachuca in 2009.
Hirving Lozano's Club Career
Following various youth level at Pachuca, Lozano was promoted up to the main team of the club in 2014. On 8th February 2015, he made his Liga MX debut as well as scored a goal for his side in a 1-0 victory over Club America.
In the finals of the Clausura tournament, Lozano along with his team won the league title after they defeated Monterrey 2-1 aggregates in 2016.
In April 2017, Pachuca won the CONCACAF Champions League after defeating Tigres UANL in the finals, with Lozano winning the Best Young Player Award and the Golden Boot as the completion’s top scorer with eight goals.
On 19th June 2017, Lozano moved to Dutch club PSV Eindhoven, signing a six-year contract for a reported transfer fee of $9.62 million. Upon his arrival, he was assigned the shirt No. 11.
Lozano made his competitive PSV debut in the Europa Leagues qualifiers, playing against Osijek. On 12th August, he made his Eredivisie debut against AZ Alkmaar where he also scored a goal. The match ended in a team’s 3-2 win.
On 15th April 2018, he won the Eredivisie title with PSV after their 3-0 triumph over Ajax.
Hirving Lozano's International Career
Hirving Lozano has represented his national side both in junior and senior level. He was a part of Mexico U-20 and U-22 national team. More, he represented his national side in the Olympics in 2016 and has been capped three times with three goals.
In February 2016, Lozano received his first call-up to the Mexico national team under Coach Juan Carlos Osorio. On 10th February, he made his international debut in a friendly match against Senegal in a 2-0 win.
His first goal for the national team came on 25th March 2016 in a 3-0 win over Canada at the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying third round match.
More, the footballer was also the part of 2017 Confederations Cup. In May 2018, he was named in Mexico’s 28-man squad along with his teammates Alfredo Talavera, Guillermo Ochoa, and Rafael Marquez the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
He scored the opening goal against Germany in assist by Javier Hernandez on June 17.