Wissam Ben Yedder belongs to France, born and raised in Tours. He is originally from Tours and has dual citizenship. Wissam Ben Yedder was a key member of the French national team, which won the previous European Championship in 2021. Wissam Ben Yedder started his career in the French capital at the age of 17 where he played as a defensive midfielder. Later on, he moved to another team called RCBS in Germany. Wissam Ben Yedder made his name in the world of soccer by winning the World Cup in Germany in 2021.
Wissam Ben Yedder first joined up with Monaco in the early 80s as an assistant. He then moved to Ligue 1 (Ligue 1 being the premier division in France), initially as an outside back. Wissam Ben Yedder then started playing as a forward during the season with RCBS. He joined AS Monaco in the summer of 1992 and spent the next two seasons there playing as a striker. Wissam Ben Yedder played a total of 7 matches for Monaco during the season.
Wissam Ben Yedder’s career in France has seen him play a lot of different positions during his time with AS Monaco. He started out playing right wing but was actually a left wing back for a period of time before switching to the right wing in the mid 90s. He was then used as a central defender before moving into left back once more. Wissam Ben Yedder has also played centre forward in some games, although this position is not his favourite due to having to play right wing for most of the games. He is, however, happy playing centre defensive and right wing in certain games. Right wingers generally are not popular in Ligue 1.
|Full Name||Wissam Ben Yedder|
|Celebrated name||Wissam Ben Yedder|
|Nickname (s)||Ben Yedder, Benyebut|
|Birth Date||12 August 1990|
|Birth Place||Sarcelles, France|
|Age in 2021||31 years|
|Sister (s)||Not Available|
|Brother (s)||Not Available|
|College / University||Not Available|
|Educational Qualifications||Not Available|
|Mailing Address||Not Available|
|Phone Number||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
|Occupation||Professional football player|
|Playing Position||Striker / Forward|
|Current Club Team||AS Monaco|
|Current National Team||France national team|
|Jersey Number||#9/ AS Monaco / Forward|
|Youth Career Debut (Club)||In 2000 for Garges-Les-Gonesse|
|Professional Career debut (Club)||On 16 October 2010 for Toulouse|
|U-16 Team Debut||Not Available|
|U-17 Team Debut||Not Available|
|U-18 Team Debut||Not Available|
|U-19 Team Debut||Not Available|
|U-20 Team Debut||Not Available|
|U-21 Team Debut||In 2012 for France U21|
|U-23 Team Debut||Not Available|
|International Debut / Senior Team Debut||On 23 March 2018 for France senior team|
|Girlfriend (s) / Affairs||Islam Slimani’s|
|Wife / Spouse||Islam Slimani’s|
|Marriage Date / Year||Not Available|
|Children (s)||Not Available|
|Salary||£7,384,000 Per Year|
|Net Worth||7 million Euro|
|Best Friend (s)||Riyad Mahrez|
|Hobbies||Playing football, Video games, Watching TV, Swimming, Traveling|
|Favorite Footballer (s)||Zinedine Zidane, Thierry Henry|
|Drinking Alcohol||Not Available|
|Social Media||Facebook, Instagram, Twitter|
|Wikipedia||Wissam Ben Yedder Wikipedia|
One of Wissam Ben Yedder’s strengths is his passing ability and he is certainly good at this. Wissam Ben Yedder passed the ball more times than any other Ligue 1 (regular season) player last season and this was probably down to the fact that he was playing more matches in the middle of the park, where he could pick and choose from a number of options. This should hopefully continue for the rest of the season as he is still only 23 years old and has plenty of time to improve on his passing.
Wissam Ben Yedder also impressed during his time at the France national team, scoring three goals in three matches. This is another area where he has a lot to offer to any Ligue 1 club, as he can play in many different positions in the attacking tramps. He also impressed during his time with the reserves, which he spent most of the year on the bench, so he will not be overlooked when England start their preparations for the World Cup. Wissam Ben Yedder also has a reputation for being a powerful striker and he will be a good bet if you want to cash in on a right footer. France have had many troubles in the past with French right footers, including Thierry Henry moving to Arsenal and leaving the club, so England have an easier team situation when it comes to choosing a right footer.
Wissam Ben Yedder has already expressed his desire to move to the Ligue 1 (regular season) after Euro 2021, so don’t write him off yet. If anything, we should see a significant rise in his numbers, as he has been playing regularly and scoring goals for his club this season. The big question will be if he is able to replicate the same form that he showed in the previous two seasons in the top flight in Ligue la. Some may say that it will be impossible for Wissam Ben Yedder to replicate the levels of play that he showed in the past two seasons, but with such a big squad at his disposal, he should be able to ensure that he delivers another 40 million-week season at the Welsummers.