- Famous Name Robert Mak
- Country Slovakia SK
- Birth Name Robert Mak
- Birth Country Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
- Famous Name Robert Mak
- Father Robert Mak
- Mother Andrea Makova
- Net Worth $0.5 million
- Position in Team Winger, attacking midfielder
- Current team Ferencvárosi TC
- Nationality Slovak
- Profession Soccer Player
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Zuzana Makova
- Children Two
Robert Mak is a Slovak professional footballer who is signed to the Ferencvaros and Slovakia national team as a winger. Previously, he played for Konyaspor, Zenit St, Petersburg, PAOK, Nurnberg, and Manchester City.
Bratislava, Czechoslovakia native, Robert Mak was born on 8th March 1991, under the star Pisces. He is the son of Robert Mak and Andrea Makova. The thirty years old stands 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in) tall.
How Much Is Robert Mak's Net Worth In 2021? Salary & Market Value
Robert Mak is currently playing for the NB I side Ferencvarosi TC where the player has an average salary of $250,000. Thus, Mak is believed to have a six-digit figure per annum. His current market value is €1.20 million, updated on 31st May 2021. His highest market value to date is recorded €5 million on 27th December 2016.
Besides, he also gets paid for every match he plays for the national team. As of 2021, his net worth is $1 million.
Is Robert Mak Married?
Robert Mak is married to Zuzana Makova. The couple tied the knot in 2014. Not only this but the footballer shares two adorable baby boys: Robin and Alexej.
Both Robert and Zuzana are active on Instagram and regular with their beautiful family pictures. Recently, the family of four has been in Croatia for vacations. The Makova family is a travel freak.
Career (Club & International)
Robert Mak spent his youth career playing for Slovan Bratislava (1997-2004) and Machester City (2004-2008). Though he progressed to Manchester City Reserves, he never got a chance at the senior squad.
On 11th June 2010, Mak has signed a three-year contract for Nurnberg. On 20th November 2010, he scored his first Bundesliga goal in a 1–3 defeat against Kaiserslautern. Overall, he played 77 games and 6 goals.
On 19 July 2014, he signed a three-year contract with Super League Greece side PAOK.
On 22 July 2016, Mak was transferred to Zenit St. Petersburg for about €3.5 million. On 11th September 2016, he scored his first goal for Zenit against Arsenal, coming on the pitch in the 46th minute, substituting Oleg Shatov, and scored 20 minutes later.
For the 2017-18 season, he re-joined PAOK on loan from Zenit.
On 30 January 2020 Mak's signing with Konyaspor. On 30 March 2020, it was announced that Mak and Konyaspor had terminated the contract by agreement. He then joined Ferencvaros where he has played 19 games and scored a goal as of June 2021.
At the international level, Mak has played for Slovakia U17, U19, and U21 national teams. He made his debut for Slovakia national team against Belgium on 6 February 2013, coming as a 61st-minute substitute. He is named for the UEFA Euro 2020 alongside Tomas Hubocan, Lubomir Satka, Martin Koscelnik, and Juraj Kucka.
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