After playing at Nürnberg, Zenit and PAOK, Róbert Mak signs for Ferencváros. He has won two Russian league titles, the Russian Cup and Super Cup, the Greek cup and played 58 times in the Slovakian national team. Now it is time for him to achieve similar successes at Ferencváros.
Róbert Mak was born on March 8th in 1991 in Bratislava. He played at first at Slovan then signed to Manchester City’s academy at 13. The next fours years he climbed the ladder in the youth teams and in 2008 won the youth FA Cup.
He had his professional debut in 1. FC Nürnberg in 2010. After four seasons and 80 Bundesliga appearances he moved on to PAOK. In Germany he scored eight goals and served his mates with seven assists.
The next milestone in his career was at PAOK (2014-16), where he played two times in the Europa League group stage. What’s more, he even scored against Borussia Dortmund. In 2016 he played in the EURO16 in France then signed to Zenit in Russia. Zenit payed 3,5million EUR as a transfer fee.
Right in his first Russian season he won the Russian domestic cup with Zenit. They even qualified for the spring matches of the Europa League but lost against Anderlecht. Then, we spent some time on loan in season 2017/2018 at PAOK once again. In 117 matches, he scored 33 times and gave 14 assists in Greece.
After returning to Russia, he opened with a goal in the EL groups stage and take a big role in winning the Russian championship title. In this season they went through Fenerbahce and were only stopped in the best 16th round against Villareal in EL.
In 2020 Zenit defended its Russian championship title and won the cup. The team also played in the Champions League. After a short detour at Konyaspor and an injury, he returned to Bratislava.
In the national team
Mak had his debut in the Slovakian national XI in 2013, has played so far 58 matches and scored 12 times.
Robert Mak is the 7th signing for Ferencváros this summer after Oleksandr Zubkov, Adam Bogdan, Myrto Uzuni, Aissa Laidouni, Adnan Kovacevic and Roko Baturina.
Mak is a winger but has played in several positions so far. Most often he shows himself on the wings but can always play Center or striker.
Place and Time of Birth: 1991.03.08., Bratislava
National team: 58 matches, 12 goals
Former clubs: 1. FC Nürnberg (2010-2014), PAOK (2014-2016), Zenit Szentpétervár (2016-2020), PAOK (2017-2018 – on loan), Konyaspor (2020), FTC (2020-)
Successes: 2X Russian champion (2019, 2020), Russian Cup winner (2020), Russian Super Cup winner (2017), Greek Cup winner (2018), EL best 16th round (2018/19)
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