[People Profile] All We Know About Mathias Jensen Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Mathias Jensen born 1 January 1996 is a Danish professional footballer, who plays as an attacking midfielder for Premier League club Brentford and the Denmark national team. Jensen is a graduate from the Nordsjaelland academy. He made his debut with Denmark’s senior side in 2020.
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|Full Names||Mathias Jensen|
|Place of birth||Jerslev, Zealand, Denmark|
|Date Of Birth||1 January 1996|
|State of Origin||Jerslev, Zealand, Denmark|
2001–2007 Hvidebæk IF
2007–2011 Kalundborg GB
2018–2019 Celta Vigo
2014 Denmark U18
2014–2015 Denmark U19
2015–2017 Denmark U20
2017–2019 Denmark U21
|Salary||£19,000 per week,|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million.|
Midfielder Jensen was a student at Nordsjaelland and was signed to an agreement for three years as a professional in January of 2015. Jensen was then promoted to the squad of first choice for the 2015-16 season . He was part of the squad for five games in the season and scored one goal that resulted in a 2-2 draw against Randers on May 1, 2016. Jensen played regularly player in the 2016-17 season and made 22 appearances. However, 2017-18 was his breakout season. He played in
36 matches with 12 goals and was recognized with the captain’s award and his achievements were acknowledged by the DBU as well as the club he played for, winning the DBU 2017 Player of the Year and FC Nordsjaelland Player of the Year awards respectively. After three appearances during the 2018-19 season, Jensen departed Nordsjaelland in August of 2018. After just three years as a professional with Farum Park, Jensen made an appearance in 66 games and scored 15 goals.
On August 8, 2018, Jensen moved to Spain to join La Liga club Celta Vigo with a five-year deal. The 2018-19 season was plagued with injuries Jensen made only six appearances before leaving Celta Vigo in the summer of of 2019.
On July 10, the 10th of July, Jensen relocated into England and signed with Championship club Brentford on a contract for four years and the option to sign an additional year for an unspecified amount, believed as PS3.5 million. Jensen played 43 games and scored one goal in the season of 2019-20, which concluded with a
loss in the 2021 Championship Play-off Final. Jensen had a career-high 53 appearances in the 2020-21 season , and enjoyed his being promoted into the Premier League with victory in the 2021 Championship play-off Final. Because of an “badly gashed” foot while off on duty on international duty, Jensen missed Brentford’s entire 2021-22 preseason as well as the first three games in the season’s regular. The only player to be restricted to playing in both substitute and starting positions, Jensen made 35 appearances throughout the season.
Jensen was part of 30 games and scored three goals with Denmark in the U18-U21 levels. Jensen was part of Denmark’s squads for both the 2018 and 2019, European U21 Championships. Jensen was included in the preliminary 35-man team of the 2018 World Cup, but he did not make the final team. In October of 2020,
Jensen won a late invitation to join the full Denmark group for a trio of games as a replacement to the injured Brentford player Christian Norgaard. Jensen made his full international debut in a 4-0 friendly victory against the Faroe Islands on 7 October and scored his first international goal in his fifth appearance in the eight-0 World
Cup qualifying win over Moldova on March 28, 2021. Jensen was included as a member of the Denmark squad for Euro 2020 and he appeared in substitute roles in all of the six games during the Danes journey towards the semi-final.