Albin Ekdal Biography
Albin Ekdal is a Swedish footballer born on 28 July 1989 in Stockholm, Sweden. He plays as a midfielder for Sweden national football team and German Bundesliga club, Hamburger SV.
Albin Ekdal Age
Albin was born on 28th July 1989 in Stockholm, Sweden (29 years as of 2018)
Albin Ekdal Parents
His parents are Lennart Ekdal(father) and Malin Rääf (mother). His father is a famous Swedish TV journalist, newscaster, and media person. His father has hosted TV Shows such as Kalla fakta, Halvtid for Reinfeldt and Hetluft and is famous for working in newspaper Dagens Nyheter and business magazine, Veckans Affarer.
Albin Ekdal Hjalmar Ekdal
Hjalmar Ekdal, Ekdal younger brother is also a professional footballer who plays for Swedish second tier club IK Frej Täby.
Albin Ekdal Flickvän/ Girlfriend/ Wife
Ekdal is in a relationship with Camilla Sjodahl Essen. The two have been dating for some time and are seen severally hanging out together. They are engaged; Ekdal revealed the news of their engagement on November 21, 2017, posting a photo with a caption ” Never been more happy for a “YES”.
Albin Ekdal Child
Albin has no child but his girlfriend is expectant expected to deliver in October. Albin revealed it on his Instagram account
Albin Ekdal Lön/ Salary and Net worth
Albin Ekdal is earning an approximate an annual salary of $2.4 million from the German club, Hamburger SV with a weekly salary of $46810 from his club. His current market value as of 2018 is $3.73 million.
His net worth can be estimated to be around $2.5 million. The main source of his income till date remains his football career. Besides, he also earns some portion of his wealth through endorsement deals with several brands like Adidas and Stadium.
Albin Ekdal Brommapojkarna
Ekdal started his professional career playing with Brommapojkarna in 2007. He mainly played as a central midfielder but also as an attacking midfielder or right midfielder.
Albin Ekdal Juventus F.C.
On 23rd May 2008 Ekdal signed a four year deal with Italian Serie A club, Juventus FC making his Serie A debut on 18th October 2008 against Napoli.
On July 15 2009, Ekdal was transferred to AC Siena on a loan for 2009/10 season. On 28 June 2010, he was transferred to Bologna FC from Juventus by selling fifty percent shares. On 21 August 2011, Ekdal was sold in a co-ownership deal to fellow Serie A club Cagliari Calcio where he scored a sensational hat-trick against Inter Milan on September 28, 2014.
Albin Ekdal Hamburger SV
On 18 July 2015, he signed a four-year deal for €4.5 million with German club Hamburger SV which will earn him €600.000 per season. He scored his first Bundesliga goal in the 1–0 win against Hertha BSC on 3 March 2017. In May 2018 he was named in Sweden’s 23 man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Albin Ekdal Sampdoria
On 14 August 2018, After three years with Hamburger SV, Ekdal returned to the Serie A by signing for Sampdoria. The rumors about his transfer began in early August when it was rumored that Serie A side Sampdoria have placed an €1 million offer on the table to buy Albin Ekdal according to Di Marzio.
Albin Ekdal Skadad/ Injury
Ekdal had an injury in December 2017 on the inner ligament. Previously, Ekdal had to stand over several international matches during the World Championship qualification due to back problems.
Albin Ekdal Fifa 18
His overall rating in FIFA 18 is 76 with a potential of 76. Ekdal has got a 3-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his right foot. His workrates are High / Medium. Ekdal’s height is 186 cm and his weight is estimated at 75 kg according to our database. Currently, Albin Ekdal is playing with number 20. His best stats are: Aggression: 83, Ball Control: 80, Short Pass: 77, Long Pass: 77, Stamina: 77.
Albin Ekdal Ball Skills
- Ball Control
Albin Ekdal Defence
- Slide Tackle
- Stand Tackle
Albin Ekdal Mental
- Att. Position
Albin Ekdal Passing
- Short Pass
- Long Pass
Albin Ekdal Physical
- Sprint Speed
Albin Ekdal Shooting
- Shot Power
- Long Shots
- FK Acc.
Albin Ekdal Goalkeeper
- GK Positioning
- GK Diving
- GK Handling
- GK Kicking
- GK Reflexes
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Albin Ekdal Instagram
Liebe Fans, ich möchte allen für die Unterstützung danken, die ich während meiner drei Jahre in diesem tollen Klub erhalten habe. Ich hatte eine schöne Zeit beim HSV mit viel Freude und Glück, aber auch Zeiten, in denen die Dinge persönlich auf Grund von Verletzungen schwierig waren. Ich werde aber immer dankbar sein für meine Zeit in Hamburg, im Volksparkstadion und mit meinen Teamkollegen und Euch, den HSV- Fans! Danke! Euer Albin
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Sweden assessing injures to Albin Ekdal and Jimmy Durmaz
Updated: July 4 2018
Sweden are nursing a couple of players through injury ahead of their world Cup quarter-final encounter with England at the weekend.
Albin Ekdal has had x-rays on a foot problem while fellow midfielder Jimmy Durmaz also missed training on Wednesday because of a minor issue with his hip.
“I think they’ll check him today but he feels positive, that’s the information I’ve received,” captain Andreas Granqvist is quoted as saying by Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet after Wednesday’s media session.
“We hope that there is nothing serious.”Ekdal had a light gym session today before being accompanied by doctor Anders Valentin to have his foot assessed, Sweden’s press officer Staffan Stjernholm confirmed.
“He has been training in the gym while the others were out on the pitch,” he said.
“Then he and Dr. Anders Valentin went to do an x-ray. It is for safety reasons, to check.”
The 28-year-old feared he had aggravated an old injury in Tuesday’s win over Switzerland.
“It hurts a bit and it’s swollen. It’s too early to say what it’s like,” he said after the match.
“I thought I had broken my old foot injury. Then there were many thoughts that flew through my mind.”
Durmaz was the other to sit out the session with those players who did not feature against the Swiss.
“It’s a prudent precaution, he has a little feeling in his hip,” said assistant coach Peter Wettergren.
“This training today is not the one that will determine how we will play against England.”
Former Birmingham, Sunderland and Hull midfielder Sebastian Larsson admits he is relishing the last-eight tie with England.
“Of course incredibly awesome. First and foremost, it’s a quarter-final in the World Cup, what a great challenge that means in itself,” Larsson, who was suspended for the game against Switzerland after his second yellow card of the tournament, told svenskfotboll.se.
“To do it to England, where I have spent the last 17 years and played football, will be extra inspiring to see what we can do in that match.