Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh

by John Max Tue Jun,2018
Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh
Body Stats
Height 6 Feet
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh Darabi
  • Birth Place Tehran, Iran
  • Famous Name Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh,
  • Salary $208,468
  • Nationality Iranian
  • Currently Working For Padideh
  • Religion Islam

Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh Darabi popular as Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh is an Iranian professional footballer who currently plays in the Persian Gulf Pro League side Padideh as a defender. Since 2012, Khanzadeh is in the Iran national team and also has previously represented Iran U17, U20, and U23 national team.

Recently, he was included in the Iran Nationa Team squad by coach Carlos Queiroz for the FIFA World Cup 2018.

Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh's Early Life

A native of Tehran, Iran, Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh was born on 11th May 1991. Talking about his nationality, he is a Iranian and his ethnicity is unknown.

At the young age of thirteen, Khanazadeh started off footballing at Persepolis. In 2007, he switched to Rah Ahan.

Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh's Net Worth and Endorsement

Standing six feet tall, Khanzadeh earns $208,468 per annum as his salary from Padideh. Currently, his market value is recorded at $825,720.

As of 2018, his exact figure of net worth is under review but is assumed to be around a million.

Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh's Club Career

Rah Ahan

After playing two years with the youth team of Rah Ahan, Khanzadeh was promoted to the first team in 2009. Under the guidance of Ali Daei, he broke into the first team lineup late on in the season. Overall he made nine games appearances, receiving two yellow cards.

Persepolis

On 2nd June 2012, Khanzadeh signed a three-year contract with Persepolis. On 16th September 2012, he made his debut for The Reds, as a substitute against Naft Tehran. Following his impressive games for his side, fans named him Persepolis’ Raphael Varane.  

On 18th November 2013, he was loaned out to Zob Ahan until the end of 2013-14 season, where he played in fifteen games.

 Before the start of 2013-14 season, he returned to his parent club.

Foolad

In July 2015, he arrived at Foolad. He played a season for the club, appearing in 11 matches without scoring a single goal.

Siah Jamegan

The following season, Khanzadeh switched to Siah Jamegan on a free transfer. In his 1 year stint with the club, he scored 1 goal in 20 matches.

Padideh

On 1st July 2017, Khanzadeh signed to Padideh for an undisclosed transfer fee. He has so far appeared in 20 matches and scored 4 goals.

Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh's International Career

Khanzadeh has represented his native country, Iran both at the junior and senior level, playing at various tournaments.

From 2006 to 2008, he played for Iran U17 national team and from 2008 to 2011, he represented Iran U20 national team.

In May 2012, Khanzadeh earned a call-up to the Iran national team to play a match against Albania, but he did not play in the game. Further, he was selected in Iran’s 30-man provisional squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Though he was not selected for 2015 AFC Asian Cup, Khanzadeh was subsequently named as a replacement for the injured Hashem Beikzadeh.

In May 2018, he was selected in Iran’s preliminary team along with his teammates Amir Abedzadeh, Mohammad Mazaheri, and Mehdi Torabi for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh's Personal Life

Like other celebrity, Mohammad Reza Khanzadeh, 27, also has maintained his personal life in low key. There is no news and rumors popped out regarding his love affairs in the outer world including social media sites and the public.

If we analyze his Instagram and Twitter account, almost his all pictures are with his friends and football.

With limited information about his private life, he assumed to be single and unmarried.

 

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