[People Profile] All We Know About Leo Skiri Østigård Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Leo Skiri-Ostigard was born on the 28th of November, 1999. He was a Norwegian professional player who plays as a center back at Serie A club Napoli and the Norway national team.
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Early in the career
Profiling Leo Skiri ØstigårdA Quick Glance At Leo Skiri Østigård
|Full Names||Leo Skiri Østigård|
|Place of birth||Molde, Norway|
|Date Of Birth||28 November 1999|
|State of Origin||Molde, Norway|
2018 → Viking (loan)
2018–2022 Brighton & Hove Albion
2019–2020 → FC St. Pauli (loan)
2020–2021 → Coventry City (loan)
2021 → Stoke City (loan)
2022 → Genoa (loan)
2015 Norway U16
2016 Norway U17
2017 Norway U18
2018 Norway U19
2019 Norway U20
2018–2020 Norway U21
|Salary||€8.300 per week|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
The winter of 2017 Ostigard signed a contract for three years for a three-year contract with Molde FK. Prior to the start of the 2018 season, he signed for a loan with Viking FK in 1. divisjon.
Brighton & Hove Albion
When the loan with Viking was up, Ostigard signed for Brighton & Hove Albion.
Loan to St. Pauli
On 19 July, FC St. Pauli signed FC St. Pauli Ostigard on loan for the remainder of the 2019-20 season. Ostigard made his debut for the Hamburg club on the 31st of August, coming on as an extra in a 3-3 draw with Dynamo Dresden. The first time he played in the first game of St. Pauli which was against a fierce rival, Hamburger SV where Kiezkicker won 2 to 1, securing his first home victory in 59 years for their local team.
Loan to Coventry City
On the 27th of August, 2020, Ostigard was signed by Championship club Coventry City on a season-long loan agreement. The club made him debut the 12th of September with his first ever senior match in English football, where he took part in all the way in a 2-1 loss away in the game against Bristol City. On February 27, 2021 Ostigard got sent to the stands in a 1-1 draw against Blackburn Rovers after picking up two yellow cards. Ostigard made his debut in English soccer on the 5th of April to open the scoring in a 3-1 home victory against Bristol City. Ostigard was back with The Seagulls with two remaining games in the season because of an injury to his thigh. He played in 39 games in the league and scored two goals and 40 apprarances and two goals in total and helped The Sky Blues to safety when they returned to the Championship after eight years.
Loan to Stoke City
On the 10th of August in 2021 Ostigard was signed by Stoke City on loan for the 2021-22 season. The club made him debut that night and played the entire game of the 2 – 1 EFL Cup first round victory at home against League One side Fleetwood Town as well as the first time he made his League Cup debut. A few days later, He made his debut in the league in the league for The Potters keeping a clean sheet in a 0-0 tie against Birmingham City. In his third appearance, He scored Stoke’s third goal by kicking off a rebound during the 3-1 win away to Swansea City on 17 August. On the 27th of December, 2021 Ostigard got recalled for his loan period by Brighton.
Loan to Genoa
Ostigard joined Serie A side Genoa on loan for the remainder time on the 5th of January following a string of successful loans and this one gives him the chance play at the highest level. His debut was made just four days later in the full match of Genoa’s 1-0 loss at home in the league against Spezia at the top of the table which was his 100th appearance in a club match. In the away match with Milan at the Coppa Italia Round of 16, on 13 January Ostigard made his debut goal in a domestic cup, opening scoring to make it 3-1 loss after extra-time. He was substitute in the 0-0 draw against Roma on the 5th of February which was followed by an immediate red card in the hour 68th. Ostigard was dismissed twice in five games after being given two yellow cards after only 24 minutes of playing in the 1-0 win at home against Torino on March 18.
On the 18th of July in 2022 Ostigard was transferred from Napoli to Napoli to join Serie A on a permanent transfer.
After being selected at all levels of youth, He made his senior debut with Norway’s Norwegian national team. He played throughout the entire game, helping to keep clean sheets during a 2-0 friendly win at home against Slovakia on the 25th of March in 2022.