[People Profile] All We Know About Ozan Kabak Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Ozan Muhammed Kabak born 25 March 2000 is a Turkish professional footballer who plays the position of centre-back with Bundesliga Schalke 04, a club in the Bundesliga Schalke 04 and the Turkey national team.
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|Full Names||Ozan Muhammed Kabak|
|Place of birth||Ankara, Turkey|
|Date Of Birth||25 March 2000|
|State of Origin||Ankara, Turkey|
|Current team||Schalke 04|
2019 VfB Stuttgart
2019– Schalke 04
2021 → Liverpool (loan)
2021–2022 → Norwich City (loan)
2015 Turkey U15
2015–2016 Turkey U16
2016–2017 Turkey U17
2018 Turkey U18
|Salary||£32,000 per week|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
Ozan studied at the Galatasaray academy for youth, and joined in the year 2011. Ozan was signed to his professional debut with Galatasaray on July 1, 2017. Ozan made his debut as a professional for Galatasaray in an 2 – 0 Super Lig win over Yeni Malatyaspor on the 12th of
May in 2018. On the 24th of October, 2018, he participated in his debut Champions League match in a match that ended in a 0-0 draw at home with Schalke 04 in the 2018-19 season.
On January 17, 2019, Kabak moved to Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart where he signed an agreement until June 2024. On March 3 Kabak scored two goals in a 5-1 victory over Hannover 96, scoring his first goals of his senior career. As a result, at his age, 18 11 months and 7 daysold, was one of the youngest Turkish center-back and the third-youngest Stuttgart player to score twice in one Bundesliga game.
On the 30th of June, the 30th of June, Kabak became a member of Schalke 04 on a five-year agreement with a cost of EUR15 million, following the fact that Schalke implemented an release clause in the contract. He was a regular player in his debut season with Schalke 04 playing in 28 games with three scoring goals. In September of 2020 the player was banned for five matches and hit with a fine of EUR
15,000 after he was found to be spitting at Werder Bremen’s Ludwig Augustinsson. Kabak apologized in a tweet to Augustinsson via Twitter afterward insisting that the incident, in which he was given red cards it was an incident.
On February 1, 2021, Kabak joined Liverpool on loan for the duration of 2020-21. The deal was said to be valued at PS1 million, and could be PS500,000 in additional bonuses based on Liverpool’s appearances and performances at the Champions League. There was also an option to purchase the team, which was priced at PS18 million and could go up to PS26.5m by adding add-ons. On the 13th of February in 2021, the player played the Liverpool debut in the Premier League game against Leicester City which ended in the defeat of 1-3. On the
16th of February the following day, he took part in an away victory of 2-0 against RB Leipzig in the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League, becoming the first Turkish player to play for the English team in this tournament. In the final stages of the campaign, Liverpool decided not to join Kabak on permanency.
Norwich City (loan)
The 30th of August, 2021 was the date that Kabak was back in England for a new promotion to Norwich City on a season-long loan deal , with Norwich City having the option of making the loan permanent at the end the season.
Ozan is a young international from Turkey. He was the captain of the Turkey U17s during the 2017 UEFA European Under-17 Championship, and was named one of the top 10 players to observe by UEFA. On November 17, 2019 Kabak began his career in the Turkey senior team in their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying match against Andorra in a full game, that Turkey took 2-0 victory.
Ozan Kabak is enjoying life at Liverpool and loves being capable of taking advice of Virgil van Dijk.
The Turkey international was dubbed Van Dijk ‘an idol’ following his arrival at Anfield for a loan period until the close of the season earlier this month.
In interviewing Premier League Productions, he admitted that the Dutchman has given him a hand in his adjustment to his new environment.
Kabak stated: “I have met with him. He’s a great person. He is a very nice person I like his ability! He was able to provide me with a lot of advice and help with football. The moment he’s in rehab, but I am hoping he will be back in the near future and can help us on the pitch as well.
“I am excited to playing alongside him, naturally and in the defensive. He offered me some tips regarding the way Liverpool defends and also how we can play with a high line. As such, I received some advice on the way Liverpool play.
“It’s small things, but they are very helpful in the game, and in defense. He’s such a knowledgeable person and his advice is extremely valuable to me.”
Check out the rest of the story from this week’s Reds’ No.19…
How he’s settling into…
The first thing I want to say is that I’m thrilled to be here at a club that is so great like Liverpool and with an excellent manager and great players. I’m so glad to be here, and all is well. I’m still struggling to settle into my new surroundings, but everyone is helpful and nice with me, and they’ve made my life easier. Everyone [his team members] are very nice and, of course, certain of them are fluent in German like Thiago, Bobby and Shaqiri as well. They are helpful to me since we can sometimes talk in German. It also helps.
What he’s learned from his way to his Premier League…
The Premier League is a really super high-end level. In the Bundesliga, Bundesliga was also a very high-end level, however I believe that it is more of a high-level. Premier League is more high-intensity and physically. In the three games we played we were able to only get one win. Unfortunate events occurred. However, I believe that during the next three games, we can take a few more victories.
Three top-flight appearances to date…
We’ve had a number of injured players , and we experienced a number of unfortunate incidents on and off the pitch too such as Jurgen’s mother and Ali’s father. We’re so sorry for them too. However, as with all things in life and football, anything happens. There were a lot of injured players, and recently Hendo suffered an injury However, for us, the most important aspect is that the other players did everything they had on the field. There are eleven players on the field and no matter who plays, we offer everything for this jersey , and we do our best to beat the opposition. I believe that when injured players return naturally, we will improve. However, without them, we’ll also do our best to to win other games.
Working together Jurgen Klopp…
Jurgen I do not need to tell you how wonderful manager and man Jurgen is. Everyone knows his name. He’s really nice with me. He has given me confidence in his words and actions too. I’m determined to give my all and give him a great impression.
It is crucial to get into winning form in Anfield…
The last two games we didn’t beat at Anfield. It’s crucial – we have won away games, sure, but at Anfield we’ve been struggling. In order to build confidence in ourselves as a group, it’s essential to win against an excellent team like Chelsea. Chelsea.
On Liverpool targeting Champions League qualification…
Of course. Liverpool must play each season within the Champions League. We don’t want to be sitting on Tuesday evenings next year sitting on the couch and in front of the Champions League on television, we want to be playing. Therefore, we must win every single game and finish with the Champions League spots.