Yves Bissouma Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Contract, Salary, Wiki (2022)

Yves Bissouma Family

Yves Bissouma is a Malian professional footballer  as a midfielder for Premier League know all about Yves Bissouma Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife and More in this article.

Yves Bissouma Wiki

Name Yves Bissouma
Birthdate ( Age) 30 August 1996
Place of Birth Ivory Coast
Nationality Malian
Marital Status  Not Married
Spouse/Partner Not Known
Children Not Yet
Parents Name not Known
Education Not Know
Profession Malian footballer
Net Worth $4 Million
Salary £1,300,000, annual average salary 
Last Update 2022

Yves Bissouma is a Malian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Brighton & Hove Albion and the Mali national team. He made his first start in Brighton’s third match of the season where they lost 1–0 away at Liverpool.On 5 January 2019 Bissouma scored his first Albion goal on his FA Cup

Yves Bissouma Family, Parents

Yves Bissouma Parents

Yves Bissouma Born in Ivory Coast, but raised in Mali, Bissouma started his career at the Majestic SC academy in 2009, where he played with Adama Traoré.In 2014, he joined AS Real Bamako.

Yves Bissouma, Is Yves Bissouma Married

He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

Yves Bissouma Net Worth

Yves Bissouma is a Malian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million in 2022.

Yves Bissouma Contract and Salary

Yves Bissouma signed a 5 year / £6,500,000 contract with the Brighton & Hove Albion, including an annual average salary of £1,300,000.Brighton hold the upper-hand should any rivals firm up their interest as Bissouma’s contract, worth £25,000-per-week, does not expire until the summer of 2023.

Professional Career

Yves Bissouma Net Worth

On 7 July 2016, four months after having arrived at Lille OSC from AS Real Bamako, Bissouma signed his first professional contract with the club, with a duration of three years.On 17 July 2018, Bissouma transferred to English side Brighton & Hove Albion for an undisclosed fee, signing a five-year contract with the club.Bissouma made his debut for the Sussex club on the opening day of the 2018–19 Premier League season in a 2–0 away loss to Watford where he came on as a substitute.

He made his first start in Brighton’s third match of the season where they lost 1–0 away at Liverpool.On 5 January 2019 Bissouma scored his first Albion goal on his FA Cup debut in a 3–1 away win against south coast rivals Bournemouth in the third round.He scored his first ever Premier League goal on the last day of the 2019–20 season with a long-range shot in a 2–1 away win against Burnley.Bissouma was given a straight red card late on in Brighton’s 3–0 away victory over Newcastle in their second league match of the 2020–21 season for catching Jamal Lewis in the face with his boot.

He scored his first goal of the season in a 4–2 away defeat against Everton on 3 October.On 23 January 2021, in a fourth round FA Cup tie, Bissouma scored a 30 yard goal to put Brighton ahead in a 2–1 home win against Blackpool.On 21 August, in Brighton’s second match of the 2021–22 season he made his first Albion assist intercepting play that guided Neal Maupay right in front of goal where he doubled the lead in the 2–0 home victory over Watford.

International Career

Bissouma was born in the Ivory Coast and moved to Mali at the age of thirteen to pursue a professional football career. He represented Mali at the 2016 African Nations Championship.

He came in in the 76th minute of the semi-final against Ivory Coast and scored the game-winning goal for 1–0 in the 89th minute. However, they went on to lose in the final to the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Bissouma has been nominated to Mali’s 2021 Africa Cup of Nations squad, which will take place in January 2022.On 13 January, he made his first appearance, replacing Adama Traoré as a 59th-minute substitute in Tunisia’s 1–0 disputed victory, with the referee blowing for full time early on two occasions. Bissouma appeared in all four of Mali’s matches before they were eliminated in the round of 16 on penalties by Equatorial Guniea on January 26.

 

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