[People Profile] All We Know About Ezri Konsa, biography, Career, Family, Networth
Ezri Ngoyo Konsa was born 23 October 1997 , is an English professional footballer who is a central defender at Premier League club Aston Villa. He was a student of Charlton Athletic and later joined Brentford and Aston Villa. Konsa has represented England at the youth level, and won in 2017 the FIFA U-20 World Cup with England U20 as well as at the 2017 Toulon Tournament with England U21.
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|Full Names||Ezri Ngoyo Konsa|
|Place of birth||Newham, London, England|
|Date Of Birth||23 October 1997|
|State of Origin||Newham, London, England|
|Current team||Aston Villa|
2009–2016 Charlton Athletic
2016–2018 Charlton Athletic
2019– Aston Villa
2017–2018 England U20
2018–2019 England U21
|Salary||£72,000 per week|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
A central defensive defender, Konsa began his career with Senrab and then joined Charlton Athletic at the age of 11. He was awarded a scholarship in July 2014 and advanced enough to be able to sign an “long term” professional contract on December 11, 2015. After eight days when he was given his first invitation to the first team squad for the Championship match against Burnley and remained an uninvolved substitute in the 4-0 loss. Konsa was a non-subbed substitute in another match in the 2015-16 season that culminated with the Addicks losing their place into League One.
Konsa made his way into his first squad in the 2016-17 pre-season . He began his career his first appearance in the one-goal EFL Cup first round defeat to Cheltenham Town on 9 August 2016. Konsa played regularly throughout the 2016-17 campaign and concluded the campaign having played 39 times. Konsa also demonstrated his versatility when he played in midfield as well as at fullback. Thanks to his contribution, Konsa was named the club’s Young Player of the Year. Konsa signed a new three-year deal in March 2017. He was an active player during the season of 2017-18, playing 47 times during the time that Charlton got to an League One play-off semi-finals. He left Charlton Athletic in June 2018 after an average of 86 appearances in two and a half seasons in the professional ranks with The Valley.
On June 12, 2018 Konsa transferred to London for a move to Championship club Brentford on a 3-year contract with a one-year option with an undisclosed amount which is reported as PS2.5 million. Konsa was a top choice for central defence during the 2018-19 season. He scored his first goal for Brentford of his career during a 3-0 win against Preston North End on the last day of the season.
On July 11, the 11th of July, Konsa was promoted to the newly-established Premier League club Aston Villa for an undisclosed amount. The move brought Konsa together with Dean Smith, who signed the player for Brentford the previous year as well as Richard O’Kelly. Konsa scored his first goal for Villa in the EFL Cup tie against Crewe Alexandra on the 27th August of 2019. On the 21st of January, 2020 Konsa was a part of Tyrone Mings in scoring the goal that won the match in a 2-1 win against Watford. Konsa made his debut Premier League goal on 16 July 2020, during an away draw of 1-1 against Everton.
On the 2nd of April, 2021 Konsa was granted a new contract with Aston Villa until 2026. On the 5th of December in 2021 Konsa was able to score twice during the 2 – 1 Premier League victory over Leicester City and became the first defender who scored twice in an Premier League match for Aston Villa since the year 2010.
On the 15th of May in 2022, Konsa suffered a major knee injury during the home match with Crystal Palace. Scans confirmed that while Konsa is likely to miss the last two games of the 2021-22 season Konsa should recover in the month of August or September in 2022.
Konsa was part of the England team which took home in the 2017. FIFA U-20 World Cup with his only appearance in the tournament being an 93rd minute substitute in the 3-1 semi-final win against Italy.
Konsa was selected in the U21 team for this year’s Toulon Tournament and made two appearances. Konsa was not a substitute in the 2-1 win against Mexico at the end of the tournament. Konsa was the first player to score a goal for international football in his fourth cap in the 7-0 2019 European U21 Championship qualifying win against Andorra on the 11th of October, 2018. He was selected as a player for the tournament’s finals but only made one appearance as a substitute in the Young Lions’ dead rubber final group stage game.
Konsa is the son of Konsa’s Congolese (DRC) father as well as his Angolan mother. Konsa also has the potential to obtain Portuguese citizenship.
He was a student at Harris Academy Greenwich and is a boyhood Tottenham Hotspur supporter