[People Profile] All We Know About Malang Sarr Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Malang Mamadou William Georges Sarr born on January 23, 1999. He is the name of a French professional footballer who is a defense player at Premier League club Chelsea. He has also played for France in youth international competitions. A graduate of the academy at Nice, Sarr scored on his debut as a senior player in 2016 and played more than 100 appearances with the club.
Profiling Malang Mamadou William Georges Sarr
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|Malang Mamadou William Georges Sarr
|Place of birth
|Date Of Birth
|23 January 1999
|State of Origin
2015–2017 Nice II
2020–2021 → Porto (loan)
2020–2021 → Porto B (loan)
2014–2015 France U16
2015–2016 France U17
2016–2017 France U18
2017–2018 France U19
2018 France U20
2017–2019 France U21
|£34,000 per week
|$1 Million-$5 Million.
Childhood and early life
Sarr was born in Nice, Alpes-Maritimes.
Sarr joined local club OGC At the age of 6, he joined local side OGC. He spent the following 12 years at OGC Nice’s academy until he made the Ligue 1 debut for the club on the 14th of August, 2016 in Rennes aged 17 years old. He scored the winner to his club in the 60th minutes of the game, taking advantage of an Jean Michael Seri free-kick. He became the second-youngest player to score his debut goal at Ligue 1, behind Nigerian international Bartholomew Ogbeche. Following the game, Sarr dedicated his goal to the victims of the 2016 Nice terror attack. Prior to kick-off , a minute’s silence was held to remember the victims, with the teams of Nice and Rennes sporting shirts that were specially designed for the occasion that bear the names of those who had passed away. On the 7th of November, the 7th of November, 2016, Sarr made his professional debut with Nice and at the close of the season, he had played more than 30 appearances while Nice finished their season in third position.
In February of 2018, Sarr was named by the CIES Football Observatory as the most promising player in the world younger than 20 years old. He was competing alongside Maxime Le Marchand, and the latest loan-signing Marlon, Sarr saw his playing time reduced slightly, but still managed to make 29 appearances in all competitions throughout the campaign.
On August 10, 2019 on the first day of 2019-20’s Ligue 1 campaign, Sarr made his 100th appearance for Nice in all competitions. the team played an 2-1 win against Amiens. The contract he signed expired on June 2020, and he then was declared a free agent.
On the 27th of August, the 27th of August, 2020 Chelsea confirmed the signing of Sarr for a five-year contract.
2020-21 season The 2020-21 season: Loan to Porto
On the 6th of October, 2020 Sarr was signed by Portuguese team Porto on loan for the remainder of 2020-21. On the 21st October of 2020 Sarr took part in his Porto debut in the club’s UEFA Champions League group stage match against Manchester City, featuring for about 80 minutes before being substituted with Evanilson during the 3-1 loss away. Sarr scored his sole goal for Porto in the Taca da Liga match in the Pacos De Ferreira in December of 2020 scoring the opening goal in the 2-1 win. Sarr continued to appear 19 times across all games with the Dragoes before returning to Chelsea for the 2021-22 season.
2021-22 season: Returned from loan
After loan offers towards Germany, Italy and France that were reportedly crashing, Sarr opted to stay at Chelsea and was later assigned an official number 31 shirt for the upcoming 2021-22 season. On September 22, 2021 Sarr took part in his Chelsea debut in a 1-1 draw during the EFL Cup against Aston Villa and played the entire 90 minutes while the Blues advanced to the fourth round after the 4-3 win in a penalty shootout. The following month Sarr played his Premier League debut against newly-promoted Brentford due to the absence for Antonio Rudiger and Thiago Silva and played the full 90 minutes while maintaining a clean sheet in the 1-0 win.
On January 20, 2022 he made his debut at left-back in the match against Tottenham during the EFL Cup semi-final. This marked the beginning of a long-term career in the first team for Sarr.
On February 12, 2022 Sarr played as an additional-time replacement when Chelsea claimed their 2021 FIFA Club World Cup title winning against Palmeiras. Sarr also played as substituted in the semi-final match against Al-Hilal.
Sarr has played for France at various levels of youth and in September of 2016, Sarr was named as the captain of the 20-man France U18 team with manager Bernard diomede in the 2016 Limoges Tournament. In 2018, Sarr confirmed that he was invited from his Senegalese Football Association to represent the country but also said he hoped to do more in France.
Sarr is a native of the area of les Moulins in Nice. Sarr was born of Senegalese descent via his parents, who immigrated to France prior to his birth.
Sarr is a Muslim.