[People Profile] All We Know About Mohamed-Ali Cho Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Mohamed-Ali Cho, born on 19 January 2004 is an French professional player. He plays forward with Ligue 1 club Angers. He is expected to be joining La Liga team Real Sociedad on 1 July 2022. Cho was born in France and was raised in England, Cho previously represented England as a young international before switching to France.
Profiling Mohamed "Ali" ChoA Quick Glance At Mohamed "Ali" Cho
|Full Names||Mohamed "Ali" Cho|
|Place of birth||Stains, France|
|Date Of Birth||19 January 2004|
|State of Origin||Stains, France|
2011–2015 Paris Saint-Germain
2020 Angers II
2020– Angers 53
2019 England U16
2022– France U19
2021– France U21
|Salary||£900 per week|
Childhood and early life
Cho was born in France to an Ivorian father and an Ivorian father and a French mother with Moroccan origin. He emigrated to England at the age of one week and his family was employed in London. Cho spent his early years traveling across England and France many times. Cho once briefly went back to France when he was just six years old to play at Chantilly’s and the Paris Saint-Germain academy then returned back to England at the age of 11.
A young player from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Everton, Cho signed his first professional contract with Angers on May 2, 2020. By signing the contract Cho became the 2nd oldest player in history to be signed an official contract with a club in France (behind Eduardo Camavinga . Angers intended to use him in reserve team however, he soon became an integral part of the first team. He made his debut for Angers in the two-goal Ligue 1 loss to Bordeaux on the 30th of August, 2020. He was among the ten youngest players to play in most prestigious European leagues in the course of the season. He played his first game with Angers during the tournament on February 11, 2021, with an 2-1 win over Rennes. He made his debut in the league on the 17th of April 2021 against Rennes.
Real Sociedad in Spain
On June 15, 2022, it was reported the news that Cho was signed to a contract for five years for five years with La Liga side Real Sociedad. The fee for transfer to Angers was reported to be somewhere between EUR12 or EUR15 million.
Born in France was educated in England and with Ivorian as well as Moroccan origin, Cho is eligible for the 4 national squads. Cho was a youth national with England and has two caps with the England U16s. He also been a player in his country’s England U15s. In the early 2021 season, Cho said that he had not decided who he would represent internationally, and stated: “I am well aware of the options I have and we will see later”. Cho switched to the France U21s in the month of April 2021.
The forward of 18 years has been at the forefront for those in the La Liga side thanks to his outstanding campaign as a member of the Black and Whites – where he scored four goals in 32 league matches.
Cho is now the five-year deal for an reported cost around EUR12 up to EUR15 million. The contract will keep him on Anoeta Stadium until 2027. Anoeta Stadium until 2027.
“With the arrival of the young Frenchman, Real Sociedad have reinforced its attack with a very electric player, with great speed, who has generated headaches in the 1800 minutes he has played this season in Ligue 1,” the statement of the club.
The under-21 international of France who scored four goals for Angers and Angers, will be playing in the Reale Arena while putting at our disposal one of the most exciting young players. Welcome.”
By this decision, Cho becomes the only African of Imanol Alguacil’s team prior to the start of the 2022-23 season.
In France in the family of an Ivorian father and an French mother with a Moroccan heritage, the 18-year-old relocated to England after a short time when his family was working in London in the early days of.
At the age of six, he went back at the age of six to France and played for Paris Saint-Germain academy, before returning to England five years later.
The first contract he signed with Angers in May of 2020 – becoming the second-youngest footballer to sign an official contract in France following Eduardo Camavinga.
At first initially, at first, the Stade Raymond Kopa side intended to put him in reserve team however, he worked his way up to be player in the team’s first.
The youngster made his professional debut for Angers at the time of the club’s 2:2 Ligue 1 defeat to Bordeaux on the 30th of August in 2020.
In the international arena He has been a part of England as well as France at the youth level. He is however capable of switching allegiances to Cote Ivoire or Morocco at the top at the senior level.