Manuel Locatelli

by John Max 11 Jun,2021
Manuel Locatelli
Personal Info
  • Famous Name Manuel Locatelli
  • Country Italy IT
Facts
  • Birth Name Manuel Locatelli
  • Birth Place Lecco, Italy
  • Famous Name Manuel Locatelli
  • Net Worth $2 million
  • Salary £1,144,000
  • Position in Team Midfielder
  • Current team Sassuolo
  • Nationality Italian
  • Profession Soccer Player
  • Girlfriend Thessa Lacovich

Manuel Locatelli is an Italian professional footballer signed to Serie A side Sassuolo and the Italy national team as a midfielder. Earlier, he played for Milan (2016-2019). 

Lecco, Italy native Manuel Locatelli was born on 8th January 1998, under the star sign Capricorn. The twenty-three years old stands 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) tall. 

How Much is Manuel Locatelli's Net Worth In 2021? Salary & Market Value

Sassuolo No.73 midfielder Manuel Locatelli makes £22,000 per week, which is £1,144,000 per annum from the club. His current market value is reported €35 million, updated on 25th May 2021. 

According to the source, he earned a six-digit figure until 2017, and after his salary is seen increasing to a seven-digit figure per annum. As of 2021, his net worth is estimated at $1 million. 

Manuel Locatelli's Girlfriend: Is He Dating?

Manuel Locatelli is currently in a relationship with Thessa Lacovich. Lacovich, who is of Costa Rican origins, is working as a digital communication strategy at IED Milan. 

ManuelManuel Locatelli's Girlfriend, Thessa Lacovich SOURCE: Instagram @locamanuel73

The two began dating in June 2017 and since features each other in their respecting account. They are not shy to flaunt love in public/media. Unlike other wags, she appears during the match to cheer up his man. 

Career

Locatelli started his career with Atalanta and moved to Milan after two year in 2009. After going through various youth system at Milan, he received his first ever call-up to Milan's senior team ahead of the away game against Udinese played on 22 September 2015.

On 21st April 2016, he made his Serie A debut, replacing Andrea Poli after 87 minutes in a 0−0 home draw against Carpi.

For 2018-19 season, he was loaned out to Sassuolo, preferably without a buy-out option. In 2019, he signed to Sassuolo on permanent basis. 

At the international level, he has represented his national side both in junior and senior. He has played for Italy U-15, U-16, U-18, U-19, and U-21 national team.

On 7th September 2020, he made his debut with the senior Italy squad, playing as a starter in the UEFA Nations League match won 1–0 against the Netherlands in Amsterdam. In June 2021, he was named in Italy's squad for UEFA Euro 2020. Leonardo Bonucci and Federico Bernardeschi are his national team mates. 

He has been capped 10 times and a goal as of June 2021. 

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