Nordin Amrabat

by John Max 12 Jun,2018
Nordin Amrabat
Body Stats
Weight in KG 77 Kg kg
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Noureddine Amrabat
  • Net Worth $6.9 million
  • Birth Country Naarden, Netherlands
  • Salary $3.1 million
  • Famous Name Nordin Amrabat
  • Nationality Dutch and Moroccan
  • Religion Islam
  • Currently Club CD Leganes on loan from Watford

A Dutch-born-Moroccan international footballer, Noureddine Amrabat, a.k.a Nordin Amrabat is currently playing for Spanish club CD Leganes on loan from English club Watford as a winger. Since 2001, he is in the Morocco national team and has been capped 23 times. Also, the player has represented Netherlands Under-21 national team in 2007-08 season.

Amrabat has also been included in the 23-man Moroccan team for the 2018 World Cup in Russia captained by Medhi Benatia.

Nordin Amrabat's Early Life

Nordin Amrabat is a native of Naarden, Netherlands, born on 31st March 1987, to Morrocan descent parents His star sign is Aries. By nationality, Amrabat is a Dutch and his ethnicity is mixed.

He grew up alongside his brother,  Sofyan Amrabat, who is also a footballer, currently playing for Feyenoord

Amrabat started off playing football with HSV DE Zuidvolgels. Later he switched to Ajax and was released at his 13 from the club, having suffered stunted growth due to Osgood Schlatter disease.

In 2003, he joined Huizen. While still playing for the club, he washed dishes, made deserts and vacuum cleaned his school. At his 17, Amrabat planned to study management, Law, and Economics.

Nordin Amrabat's Net Worth and Endorsement

Presently, Amrabat earns $60351 as his weekly wage i.e. around $3.1 million years through his club. His current market value is $3.53 million while back in 2012, his market value was recorded at $7.07 million which indicates a huge decline in his market value.

Apart, he makes decent sum through his endorsement deal with Puma. As of 2018, Amrabat’s net worth is estimated to be around $6.9 million.

Nordin Amrabat's Club Career

Early Career

After making his study plans, Amrabat signed Omniworld in 2006, where he contributed 14 goals in 36 matches. The following year, he switched to VVV-Venlo, scoring 10 goals and as many assists in 33 matches.

In 2008, he was signed by PSV for a reported fee of $2.36 million. He remained three seasons at the club before moving abroad for the first time, to Turkey’s Kayserispor.

Galatasaray

On 12th July 2012, Amrabat arrived at Galatasaray, signing a five-year contract for a reported transfer fee of $10.13 million. Later a month, he made his debut in the 2012 Turkish Super Cup in a 3-2 victory over Fenerbahce, coming on as a substitute in the 70th minutes.

On 15th September 2012, he scored twice for the Galatasaray in the 2012-13 Super Liga in a match against Antalyaspor and provided an assist in a 4-0 win.

Malaga

In January 2014, Amrabat was loaned out to Malaga for a six-month. His first goal for the club came on 10th March, in a 2-0 victory over Osasuna. In August 2014, he agreed to loan extension and stayed in Andalusia for the full season.

On 30th April 2015, he was purchased outright for a $4.12 million fee.

Watford

On 18th January 2016, Amrabat signed for Premier League club side for a reported transfer fee of $7.19 million. Later after five days, he made his debut at the end of a 2-1 victory over Newcastle United, replacing Troy Deeney.

On 1st September 2017, he was joined by CD Leganes, signing a one-year loan deal.

Nordin Amrabat's International Career

In November 2011, Amrabat decided to represent Morocco national football team internationally. On 11th November of the same year, he made his international debut with the Atlas Lions of Morocco against Uganda in a 0-1 defeat in the LG Cup.

His first international goal came on 13th November, in a friendly match against Cameroon in a 1-1 draw.

Moreover, the player was selected to play at the 2012 Olympics for the Moroccan team and 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.

In May 2018, Amrabat was named in Morocco’s 23man team along with his teammates Yassine Bounou, Munir Mohamedi and Medhi Benatia for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Nordin Amrabat's Personal Life

Currently 31, Nordin Amrabat is a secretive person when it comes to his private life. He has shared less to no information regarding his love affairs, not even his relationship status.

Moreover, he has not posted any photos with his potential girlfriend or spouse in social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Hence, he is possibly single and unmarried.

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