Our 32-time Hungarian champion men's football team signed the two-time Europa League winner, U21 European champion, former 16-time German national team Marko Marin.
The 170-centimeter-tall Bosnian-born but German citizen, former German national team footballer feels best on the pitch while playing as a winger, but has also been featured as an offensive midfielder several times in his clubs.
Marin was a key player at Mönchengladbach between 2007 and 2009 and then at Werder Bremen between 2009 and 2012, where he played in a total of 124 matches. He had 16 matches in the German national team and scored 1 goal.
In 2012, Chelsea signed the lightning-fast winger but he was unable to take on an important role in the team. He played for Sevilla in Spain on a loan, and then he was loaned to Fiorentina in Italy, Anderlecht in Belgium and Trabzonspor in Turkey. After his contract with Chelsea expired he played two years with the Greek Olympiacos and then also two years with the Serbian Crvena Zvezda. Last year he played for Al Ahli and Al Raed in Saudi Arabia until his contract expired.
According to Transfermarkt, he is now worth € 2.5 million. One of the biggest successes of his football career was winning the Europa League with Chelsea and Sevilla, as well as being a Greek and Serbian champion. He won the U21 European Championship wearing the German national jersey and then the bronze medal with the adults at the 2010 World Championships. The market value at that time was 14 million euros!
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