Leroy Sané Biography
Leroy Aziz Sané born 11 January 1996,is a German professional footballer who plays as a winger for Manchester City and the Germany national team. Leroy Sané was born in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia and raised near the Lohrheidestadion in Wattenscheid. He was named Leroy in honor of Claude Le Roy, former head coach of his father. Leroy has dual German and French citizenship.
Leroy Sané Football Career
Leroy Sané began his football career in 2001 for the youth team of SG Wattenscheid 09, for which his father played early in his career. In 2005, he joined Schalke 04. Three years later he moved to Bayer 04 Leverkusen. In 2011, Sané returned to the youth academy (Nachwuchsleistungszentrum) of Schalke 04. On 21 March 2014, Sané signed a three-year professional contract with Schalke 04 running until 30 June 2017. Sané made his Bundesliga debut on 20 April 2014 in a match against VfB Stuttgart. He replaced Max Meyer after 77 minutes in a 3–1 away defeat.
Leroy Sané Man City
On 2 August 2016, Sané joined Premier League club Manchester City, signing a five-year deal for a reported £37 million, with performance-related add-ons potentially making the fee £46.5 million. He made his debut in a 1–2 win, in the Manchester derby, on 10 September. His first goal for City came in a 2–1 win against Arsenal at home in the Premier League. Following a spell out injured, Sané returned against Tottenham and scored in a 2–2 draw at the City of Manchester Stadium. In the following match, he scored for the third consecutive game as City won 3–0 away at Crystal Palace in the FA Cup.
Sané revealed in July 2017, that he believed his debut season at City had been limited by his inability to breathe through his nose. He stated that he suffered particularly during matches, with his constantly blocked nose hampering his performance and causing him intense frustration. He opted to have corrective surgery during the off-season break. Although this caused him to miss that year’s FIFA Confederations Cup, Sané stated that his chronic nasal congestion was becoming increasingly unbearable for him, and that he wished to go into the next season feeling happy and healthy.
Sané on 9 September 2017, scored his first two goals of the 2017–18 season in Manchester City’s 5–0 home win against Liverpool. After scoring and assisting once in each of his three games, he earned the Premier League Player of the Month award for October 2017. Sané was voted the PFA Young Player of the Year for his part in Manchester City’s title win beating out teammates Raheem Sterling and Ederson Moraes as well as Harry Kane. He scored ten goals and provided 15 assists in 28 appearances in the 2017–18 season.
Leroy Sane Parents
Sané is the son of former German rhythmic gymnast, the 1984 Summer Olympics bronze medalist Regina Weber and former footballer and Senegalese international Souleymane Sané. Souleymane Sané was raised in France; he moved to Germany via his service in the French Army.
Leroy Sane Age
Born 11 January 1996, Leroy is 22 years old.
Leroy Sane Girlfriend
He is currently dating the celebrity, Candice Brook.
Leroy Sane Salary
Leroy Sane earns a salary of £60,000 weekly.
Leroy Sane Networth
His total net worth is estimated to be £5 million according to the available resources.
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Leroy Sane Injury History
|17/18||Torn ligament||Jan 29, 2018||Feb 11, 2018||13 days||3|
|17/18||Cold||Nov 28, 2017||Dec 1, 2017||3 days||1|
|16/17||Nose surgery||May 23, 2017||Jul 2, 2017||40 days||–|
|16/17||Muscle Injury||Dec 18, 2016||Jan 13, 2017||26 days||5|
|16/17||Hamstring Injury||Aug 4, 2016||Sep 4, 2016||31 days||5|
|15/16||hand injury||Sep 7, 2015||Sep 10, 2015||3 days||–|
|14/15||Minor wound||Apr 20, 2015||Apr 23, 2015||3 days||–|
|14/15||Muscle Injury||Jul 14, 2014||Aug 28, 2014||45 days||4|
Leroy Sané News
Joachim Low’s decision to snub Leroy Sane for World Cup is huge gamble for Germany
Updated On: 13th June 2018
He is a player who can bring special qualities to the pitch. We don’t have any other players who can do the things he does.
Maybe you can argue he hasn’t played with the same face for the national team and Joachim Low but he has done it all season.
I reckon 90 per cent of German supporters wanted him in the squad.
There were four players left out from the 27 but nobody was saying a word about the other three.
Sane was the best young player in the Premier League, scored so many goals and was a guaranteed starter for Manchester City — one of the best teams in the world.
Instead, Joachim went with Julian Brandt. He plays for Bayer Leverkusen, a decent Bundesliga team, but they are not close to City.
Something big must have happened. It can’t just be a footballing selection decision.
Joachim is a very strict man. You might say he is a very German guy.
I know he was angry last summer when Sane decided to have an operation rather than play in the Confederations Cup.
Joachim looked at him and decided he wasn’t as committed to Germany and was putting himself ahead of the national team.
He is the national coach. It is his job to make these decisions and I have to respect that.
But if Germany do not do as well as we hope, everyone will say Sane should have been here in Russia. The results will decide if this was a mistake. The German manager is under pressure.
We have not played well since we qualified — just ONE win in six games.
There was a lot of criticism after we lost to Austria last week.
Austria were absolutely focused on the game. It was their World Cup final and it was just a game, a preparation friendly, for us.
We all know that Germany can focus in the important moments. We get our heads right when it matters. Germany have always been able to find their rhythm as the tournament goes on.
When I was a player, and since then, we have never been so snobbish as to go into a tournament saying “we will win this World Cup”. We aren’t like that.
We didn’t think like that in Italy in 1990 and I know Joachim and his side didn’t think like that in the last World Cup in Brazil.
I know the quality of our players but I also feel we must be realistic.
We are not, for me, a top favourite for this World Cup.
For me that is Brazil but I know Germany are prepared to do what they have to do to win the World Cup.
It helps that Low has been involved with the national team for 14 years now.
First under Jurgen Klinsmann and since 2006 as the manager.
It is good for any team of players to have a coach who knows what it takes to win.
And he does, even if that means making big decisions like he did with Sane.