Enzo Fernández Biography
Enzo Fernández (born as Enzo Alan Zidan Fernandez) was born on March 24th 1995, in Bordeux, France. He is son to legend Zinedine Zidane, he is 1.85m and plays as a midfielder for Rayo Majadahonda on loan from Lausane-Sport.
He has played for 2014–2015 Real Madrid C appearances 26 goals (4),2014–2017 Real Madrid B appearances 72 goals (7), 2016–2017 Real Madrid appearances 0 goals (0),2017–2018 Alavés appearances 2 goals (0),2018– Lausanne-Sport appearances 16, goals (2),2018-Rayo Majadahonda (loan appearances 22 goals (0)). He is the elder son to Zinedine Zidane
Enzo Fernández Age
Fernández is 23 years as of 2018 March 24th.
Enzo Fernández Family
He is the oldest son of Zinedine Zidane and Véronique Fernández, is named after former Uruguayan star Enzo Francescoli, who was his father Zinedine football idol. Enzo Fernández has three younger brothers, Luca, Theo, and Elyaz playing at the Real Madrid youth academy.
Enzo Fernández Club career
Enzo Fernández At Real Madrid
From 2004, Enzo has played for the youth academy of Real Madrid and on 6th September 2011, he was invited by José Mourinho to train with the club’s first team.
On 5th August 2013, Fernández was promoted to the Juvenil ‘A’ team and on 16th November 2014, he made his debut for Real Madrid Castilla, the B-team, as a substitute in a 2–1 win over UB Conquense in Segunda División B.
On 12th August 2015, Fernández was named one of the vice-captains of Castilla. He scored his first senior goal ten days later in the first game of the 2015–16 season, a 5–1 home win of CD Ebro.
On 29th October, Enzo was promoted to train regularly with the first team. Fernández made his senior debut for the club on 30th November 2016, coming off the bench for Isco in a Copa del Rey clash with Cultural Leonesa and scoring from the edge of the penalty area in a 6–1 home win with (13–2 aggregate).
Enzo Fernández At Alavés
On 29th June 2017, Deportivo Alavés announced their signing of Enzo Fernández from Real Madrid on a 3-year contract for an undisclosed fee, with a buyback clause. Enzo made his La Liga debut on 26th August, coming on as a late substitute for Mubarak Wakaso in a 0–2 home loss against FC Barcelona.
Enzo Fernández At FC Lausanne-Sport
On 1st January 2018, Enzo signed for FC Lausanne-Sport of the Swiss Super League on a three-year deal after terminating his contract at D. Alavés. He was their first signing by the club after their takeover by British petrochemical corporation Ineos that November. He made his appearance on 3rd February as the season resumed after the winter break, coming on as a 68th-minute substitute for Andrea Maccoppi in a 2–1 loss at FC Luzern. Fifteen days later Enzo scored his first goal for the team, consolation in a 3–1 loss at FC Sion. He scored once more that season, opening a 2–1 win over FC Lugano at the Stade olympique de la Pontaise on 2nd April.
Enzo Fernández At Rayo Majadahonda (on a Loan)
On 14th July 2018, Enzo returned to Spain after agreeing to a one-year loan deal with Rayo Majadahonda in the second division. He made his appearance on 19th August in the season opener away to Real Zaragoza, received a yellow card and was substituted at half time for Toni Martínez in a 2–1 defeat.
Enzo Fernández International career
Enzo is eligible to play for France or Spain, as well as Algeria, where his paternal grandparents are from. In 2010, his father Zinedine Zidane stated that he is relaxed about whether his son chooses to play for Spain or France at senior international level. Enzo made one appearance for the Spain national under-15 football team in 2009. Enzo switched to the French Football Federation, and made two appearances for the France national under-19 football team in 2014.
Enzo Fernández News
Real Madrid’s season could be made even worse by Zinedine Zidane’s own SON – as Enzo Fernandez faces his dad’s side.
The midfielder, 22, failed to make a senior appearance for Los Blancos under his dad’s management, but he has already seen more game time for his new club.
But Real are having a serious wobble after being crowned La Liga and European champions last season.
Barcelona have flown to the top of the table, with Lionel Messi back in irresistible form, while Cristiano Ronaldo has served a five-match ban for pushing a referee and they lost their first game of the season against Betis.
Zidane senior said: “I hope he doesn’t score! We are both very competitive, him for himself and me for me.
“It will be a little bit strange but I’m happy for him, he’s working hard, he’s at a side that is not doing great at the moment but they’ve got a good squad and they are working well.
“But tomorrow we are up against each other and I’m on the Madrid side, he’s on the side of Alaves. It is going to be competitive – that’s all.”