Mattia De Sciglio
- Date of Birth
- Age 30 Years Old
- Famous Name Mattia De Sciglio
- Country Italy IT
- Past Team Milan
- Market Value 6M Euro
- Net Worth $6M
- Currently Married Unmarried
- Birth Name Mattia De Sciglio
- Birth Country Milan, Italy
- Salary 4,680,000 euro
- Famous Name Mattia De Sciglio
- Children No
- Horoscope Libra
- Position in Team Right Back
- Current team Juventus
- Nationality Italian
- Girlfriend Unknown
- Ethnicity White
- Awards Serie A, Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana
- Current City Milan
- Religion Christian
- Profession Football Player
- Squad No 2
- Started career as Football player
- Caps 40
- Came to fame after Juventus
- Currently Club Serie A
- Coworker Paulo Dybala
- Coworker Salary 11,544,000 Euro
Mattia De Sciglio is a Italian professional football player. Sciglio is a member of the Juventus football club. Juventus FC is a professional football team based in Turin, Italy, participating in the Italian Premier Division; Serie A. Mattia De Sciglio also represents Italy internationally. He has earned 40 international caps for his national team.
Sciglio plays as a right-back for his team. As per team conditions, he also plays in left-back and left-midfield positions. Sciglio wears a jersey number 2 on his back for his club Juventus. Playing with the recent club Juventus, he has won Serie A(3 times in seasons 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20), Coppa Italia(2017/18) and Supercoppa Italiana(2018). He was also on the Serie A team of 2012/13.
Mattia De Sciglio's Family background
Mattia De Sciglio, professionally known as Sciglio, was born in Milan, Italy, on October 20, 1992. According to an astrologer, Sciglio's sun sign is Libra. He has attended the school in Italy as he was born and raised there.
Sciglio's father's name and mother's name are not known. Their occupation details are also unknown, but they are originally from Italy. Mattia De has short black hair and brown eyes. He measures 6 feet tall, and he weighs 78 kg. As a football player, Sciglio maintains his athletic body.
Mattia De's net worth, salary, and contract
Mattia De, a defender with the Juventus, has played for various football teams at varying global levels during his football career. As of 2022, he is with Juventus FC.
Mattia De's market value is €6.00M. As per the transfer market, Mattia De's highest market value was €14.00M in 2018. Mattia De's net worth is $6 million as a professional football player.
According to salary sport, Mattia De Sciglio is now earning a weekly salary of £90,000 with an annual salary of £4,680,000. Mattia's contract with the club Juventus will end on June 30, 2022. The current highest-paid player at Juventus is Paulo Dybala, with an annual salary of £11,544,000.
Mattia De's Relationship Status
Mattia De Sciglio is a footballer that is outspoken and combative. Mattia is currently in a relationship with an Italian lady. He often posts her picture on his Instagram account.
Mattia has not revealed her name and occupation details as of now. But, they frequently appeared in public places with each other. Mattia is in a long-term relationship with his girlfriend. So, as of 2022, Mattia is dating an Italian lady.
In a friendly match with England, Mattia De Sciglio was called up for his senior team debut on August 15, 2012. But, he did not play a single minute in that match. Later he debuted on March 21, 2013, against Brazil in a friendly match.
Prandelli picked De Sciglio to play in the 2014 FIFA World Cup after competing in Italy's 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign. He made his World Cup debut during the competition, starting in Italy's last group match against Uruguay, although Italy was eliminated in the first round after a 1–0 defeat.
De Sciglio was included in Antonio Conte's 23-man Italy team for UEFA Euro 2016 on May 31, 2016. He was commended for his efforts in Italy's final group encounter against the Republic of Ireland and round of 16 matches against Spain after being benched for the first two games.
He began the quarterfinal encounter against Germany on July 3, 2016. After a 1–1 tie after extra time, he converted his penalty in the ensuing shoot-out, although a 6–5 defeat eventually ousted Italy.