Saeid Ezatolahi works as a professional football player. He now plays for Qatari Multisports club Al-Gharafa after being loaned out by Danish professional football club Vejle in 2022. He has also been a member of the Iran national team since 2015. He plays defensive midfield for the squad.
|Date of Birth
|October 1, 1996
Is Saeid married?
Saeid is not married and does not have a girlfriend. Saeid comes from a football family; his father and uncle were professional football players. They both represented Malavan in the Takht Jamshid Cup. Nader Ezatolahi, his father, is a football coach at Malavan Academy in Iran. Nader also serves as a representative for his own son Saeid.
Professional Journey of Saeid
At the age of 12, Saeid began his football career at the academy Shahrdari Bandar Anzali. In 2012, he made his professional debut in Malavan, which was served by his father, Nader, and uncle Ghader. He spent two years with Malavan before joining Atletico Madrid in 2014. He returned to Rostov in 2015. On loan from the respective team, he was assigned to four other clubs. In 2017, he was loaned to Anzhi Makhachkala for six months.
He was loaned to Amkar Perm till the conclusion of the 2017/18 season after completing his six-month deal. On August 31, 2018, he secured a loan deal with England-affiliated Reading. He spent the whole season with the club before signing on loan with Eupen on August 28, 2019. He was moved to Danish Superliga Vejile on a three-year deal after ending his tenure with Eupen. He is currently on loan from Vejile to Qatar Stars league team Al-Gharafa on a six-month deal.
Saeid, a singer in addition to being a football player, recorded a rap song for the Iran national team in 2019. He was unable to compete in the AFC Asian Cup 2019 due to an injury at his club Reading, so he dedicated a rap song to his teammates. Balatar is the name of the song.
Will Saeid play in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022?
Saeid will be seen in Qatar after the Iran national team qualified for the FIFA World Cup 2022 after winning the AFC third-round Group A. He will be a defensive midfielder for the Iran national team.
The reason for FIFA World Cup 2022 qualification’s lack
Saeid missed the first two matches of the FIFA World Cup qualifying phase due to a knee injury. He was injured during the game against Al Kharaitiyat. Despite his absence, the Iranian national team performed well enough to qualify for the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Saeid has a net worth of $1.5 million as of November 2022. His deal with Amkar Perm, a team he was loaned from Rostov, earned him $1.2 million.