- Famous Name Miloš Degenek
- Country Croatia
- Birth Name Miloš Degenek
- Net Worth $1 million
- Currently Married Yes
- Birth Country Knin, Croatia
- Salary $550,000
- Married to Aleksandra Sijan Degenek
- Famous Name Miloš Degenek
- Children 1
- Position in Team Centre-back, right-back defensive midfielder
- Nationality Serbian and Australian
- Current team Columbus Crew
- Profession Footballer
Milos Degenek is an Australian professional footballer signed to the Columbus Crew as a defender. He played for both Serbia and Australia at the youth level prior to making his international debut for the Australian national team in 2016.
Milos Degenek was born on 28th April 1994, in Knin, Croatia, under the star sign Aries. His family was part of the Serb population of Croatia. They fled during the Croatian War of Independence to Yugoslav and Serbian capital Belgrade in 1995 during Operation Storm where they lived as refugees. The Degenek family relocated to Sydney, Australia in 2000.
How Much Is Milos Degenek's Net Worth In 2022?
Milos Degenek is signed to the Columbus Crew where his base salary is $550,000, which would make Degenek the second-highest-paid center back on the roster.
His current market value is €2.50 million, last updated on 25th December 2021. His highest market value to date is recorded €4 million on 28th October 2019.
He endorsed by Mizuno, a sports equipment company. As of 2022, his net worth is $1 million.
Is Milos Degenek Dating?
Aleksandra Sijan Degenek is the gorgeous wife of Milos Degenek. She is a medical students.
They started spotting public in early 2020. The huge surprise came when the two tied the knot in August 2020. Their wedding ceremony was lavish.
In March 2021, Mr. and Mrs. Degenek announced they are expecting a baby. They welcomed their baby girl, Anastasia.
Degenek is active on Instagram with 161k followers.
Milos Degenek played for Blacktown City, Bonnyrigg White Eagles, AIS, and VfB Stuttgart.
Degenek was called up to the first team of VfB Stuttgart in November 2012. However, he spent the rest of the 2012–13 season, playing for the U19 side.
On 26th July 2013, Degenek made his first appearance for VfB Stuttgart II in the 3. Liga against SV Darmstadt 98. He played only 9 matches fr the Stuttgart II due to being sidelined with injuries in the 2013–14 season.
In the beginning of the 2015-16 season, Degenek signed with 2. Bundesliga club 1860 Munich. In the opening game of the season, he made his TSV 1860 Munich debut in a 1–0 loss against 1. FC Heidenheim. On 19th September 2015, he scored his first goal for the club, in a 1–1 draw against 1. FC Kaiserslautern. He concluded the season with 28 appearances and scored once in all competitions.
In the 2016-17 season, Degenek switched into the central–defense.
On 26th January 2017, Degenek signed to Japanese club Yokohama F. Marinos. On 25th Feburary 2017, Degenek made his debut in the opening game of the season, against Urawa Red Diamonds. He finished the season with 28 games and was named in the J.League Young Players' Best XI.
On 21st April 2018, he scored his first goal for the Yokohama F. Marinos in a 4-4 draw against Shonan Bellmare. That season he made 15 appearances and scored 3 times for the side in all competitions.
On 5th Jul 2018, Degenek signed to Red Star Belgrade on a three-year deal for a reported as €200k. In the first second match of the first qualifying round for the 2018–19 UEFA Champions League campaign, Degenek made his debut for Red Star Belgrade against Spartaks Jurmala. On 20th July 2018, he made his Serbian SuperLiga debut in a 3–0 win against Dinamo Vranje.
On 12th January 2019, Degenek signed to Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal, agreeing on a three and a half year contract.
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Degenek was eligible to play international football for Serbia, Croatia and Australia. During his youth, he played for Australia U17, Serbia U19, and Australia U23.
On 27th May 2016, Degenek made his Australia national football team debut against England, where he entered in the match as a second-half substitute.
In May 2018, he was named for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
To date, he has earned 30 caps with one international goal. His national teammates are Joel King, Mathew Ryan, and Aaron Mooy.
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