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Jules Koundé’s Biography, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Parents, And Career Trophies

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Jules Olivier Koundé is a French professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for La Liga club Sevilla and the France national team. Koundé started in his first-team debut for Bordeaux in the 2–1 Coupe de France away loss to US Granville. Here’s his Biography, Age, Net worth, Parents, Background, Trophies, Awards, Siblings, Clubs, Education, and so on.

Jules Koundé's Biography, Age, Net Worth, Salary, Parents, And Career Trophies

Who is Jules Koundé?

Jules Koundé was born on the 12th day of November 1998, to a French mother, and a Beninese father, in the city of Paris, France. On 3 July 2019, he signed for the Spanish club Sevilla FC. The transfer fee paid to Bordeaux was reported as €25 million.

Full name: Jules Olivier Koundé

Date of birth: 12 November 1998

Age: 24

Nationality: French/Beninois

Spouse: Unavailable

Parents: Undisclosed

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Siblings: Jules doesn’t have any brothers or sisters, is that his parents separated from each other just a year after he was born.

Net worth: 1.3 Million Euro

Market value: 25 Million Euro

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Salary: €85,000 per week

Position: Center-back

Clubs: Bordeaux B, Bordeaux, Seville

Current Club: Seville

Awards: UEFA Europa League Squad of the Season: 2019–20

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Social media: [email protected]https://www.instagram.com/jkeey4/

He won UEFA Nations League 20/21 with France national team. The 24 years old had made 198 appearances with 12 goals as a center-back.

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On 18 May 2021, Jules Koundé was selected by Didier Deschamps as part of the 26 players that formed the France national team for UEFA Euro 2020. He made his debut on 2 June 2021 in a friendly against Wales, substituting Benjamin Pavard at half-time.

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