Player Profile

Allan Saint-Maximin

Allan Saint-Maximin

10 Forward

Nationality :France
Date Of Birth :March 12, 1997
Height :173cm
Weight :67kg

Allan Saint-Maximin is a French professional footballer who plays as a winger for Saudi Pro League club Al-Ahli. He previously played for Saint-Étienne, Monaco, Nice and Newcastle United.

QUICK FACTS

Full nameAllan Irénée Saint-Maximin
Date of birth12 March 1997 (age 26)
Place of birthChâtenay-Malabry, France
Height1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Position(s)Winger

Allan Saint-Maximin Biography, EarlyLife

Allan Saint-Maximin was born on March 12, 1997, in Chatenay-Malabry, France, to Nadege Saint-Maximin and Alex Saint-Maximin.

The French commune of Malabry is located in the southwest suburbs of Paris. Allan Irenee Saint-Maximin is the full name of the participant.

Saint-Maximin was born in France, but his father’s family is from Guadeloupe, and his mother’s family is from Guyana.

The Frenchman is a member of the Guianese Creole ethnic group in France, which has origins in both the Caribbean and South America, like the other soccer players Thomas Lemar, Dimitri Payet, and Kingsley Coman.

At the Paris Diderot University, which is situated in Paris, France, Alex, Maximin’s father, held a position as the office administrator. Likewise, at a renowned school nearby, his mother had formerly been the “director of education”.

Young Allan Saint-Maximin was passionate about dancing and fashion as a child. Because of his trendy lifestyle, he developed an early love of headbands that has lasted to this day.

The family’s youngest kid, Allan, was raised. He has an older brother named Kurtys as well as a sister named Cassandra.

Children were raised by Alex and Nadege with a strong commitment to Christianity. The family was prosperous and never experienced financial hardship. Maximin lived a nice childhood as a result.

Allan Saint-Maximin’s success as he grew up was made possible by the values he learned from his parents and teachers.

Allan Saint-Maximin Education

Every time Allan left for school when he was a small boy, his mother would pay him €10 ($10.34).

As a demonstration of his early generosity, he used to use the money to purchase candy and distribute it to his pals.

While still a student, Saint-Maximin discovered and honed his athletic and soccer aptitude without the aid of a coach or mentor.

Allan Saint-Maximin and his friends would play four-on-four games on the streets and courts between apartment buildings while his parents were at work.

During these games, the player developed his trademark dribbling abilities, which have since become his trademark.

Allan Saint-Maximin would refine his skills in restricted spaces while attempting to mimic the distinctive moves of Brazilian soccer players Ronaldo and Ronaldinho.

However, Saint-Maximin was most influenced by the methods of his native Robinho as a child.

Allan Saint-Maximin’s Height, And Weight

Allan Saint-Maximin has an athletic body standing at the perfect height of 5 feet 8 inches and weighs around 162 lbs.

Career

On 31 July 2015, Saint-Maximin joined Monaco, signing a five-year contract after completing a €5 million transfer fee. He was immediately loaned to German club Hannover 96 the same day, already present in his first training session with the club that morning. 

The next day, Saint-Maximin made his unofficial debut at HDI Arena in a 1–0 exhibition loss to Sunderland, a week before Hannover’s DFB-Pokal fixture against Hessen Kassel, where he made his competitive debut. Following his club bow, Saint-Maximin was benched in the season opener against Darmstadt 98 on 15 August, making his league debut a week later, whilst utilized as an attacking midfielder, in a 1–0 home defeat to Bayer Leverkusen.

He scored his first goal for the club on 5 December in a 3–1 defeat to Schalke at Arena Auf Schalke. Eight days later, he earned his first start for Hannover in the league match against Hoffenheim where his side lost 1–0. In January 2016, during the mid-season break, Saint-Maximin missed 96’s friendly matches in Belek, Turkey, to be with his pregnant wife who was expecting their first child. Saint-Maximin would register 16 league appearances with 1 goal during the season.

 However, an incident cut his loan short. In April, Saint-Maximin was involved in a car accident that collided with a tram, injuring 1 person then presented a fake driving license, leading to an investigation on suspicion of forgery, driving without a license, and negligent bodily harm. As a result, he was dropped from the squad under Daniel Stendel, not making a single appearance until his return to France.

By the end of the season, Hannover was relegated to the 2. Bundesliga after finishing bottom and ending their 14 years in the top flight of Germany.

On 28 July 2016, Saint-Maximin was sent on loan to Ligue 1 club Bastia for a season. He scored his first goal for the club in a 3–0 win over Lorient on 20 August. Saint-Maximin didn’t score again until on 10 December, netting a brace in Bastia’s 2–0 league victory against Metz, ending their 10-game winless streak. In January 2017, Saint-Maximin’s number was changed from 6 to 10, following Lyes Houri’s loan exit to Roda. 

He proved to be one of the best attackers for Bastia, with 3 goals and 3 assists, despite his side finishing bottom of the league at the end of the season. He played in the final league game for the club on 20 May 2017, after being granted permission from the French Football Federation (FFF) before his call-up to the France U20 squad, in a 1–0 defeat to Marseille at Stade Vélodrome.

On his return to Monaco, Saint-Maximin showed promising form in preseason, scoring 1 goal and adding 2 assists in 4 matches for the club. However, a stacked attacking depth containing Kylian Mbappé, Rony Lopes, and Thomas Lemar, meant he could expect scarce playing time. Despite this, he opened up to the media, stating that he is “ready to play for Monaco from next season.” Saint-Maximin made his debut for the club in the 2017 Trophée des Champions against Paris SG, replacing Mbappé in 77th-minute of a 2–1 loss at Ibn Batouta Stadium. 

He made his Ligue 1 debut on 4 August, once again, replacing Mbappé who had suffered a knee injury in the 75th minute of a 3–2 home win over Toulouse. It would be his final appearance for the club before his departure three days later.

On 7 August 2017, Saint-Maximin completed a move, as a club-record signing, to Côte d’Azur rival Nice for a reported transfer fee of €10 million.

On 2 August 2019, Saint-Maximin joined Premier League side Newcastle United on a six-year contract. He made his debut nine days later in Newcastle’s defeat to Arsenal on the opening day of the Premier League season. On 5 December, Saint-Maximin scored his first goal for the club in a 2–0 win against Sheffield United. His second goal came two months later in the fourth round of the FA Cup against League One opposition Oxford United, scoring a late winner after a solo run.

The Frenchman also scored the winning goal in Newcastle’s 1–0 win at Southampton in a Premier League match on 7 March 2020. On 1 July, Saint-Maximin provided three assists in the Magpies’ 4–1 win over AFC Bournemouth.

On 30 July 2023, Saint-Maximin signed a three-year contract for Saudi Professional League club Al Ahli for a transfer fee reported to be around £23 million. On 16 September, he scored his first goal at the club, by netting the winner in a 3–2 victory over Al Taawoun.

How much does Allan Saint-Maximin Earn? Net Worth

The right winger signed a contract with Newcastle United in August 2019 that pays him a staggering salary of 2 million euros ($1.8 million) annually. According to our calculations, Allan Saint-Maximin makes €413 (£369) per hour and €9,915 (£8,845) per day.

Transfer Value and Records

  • Current market value: €35.00m
  • Highest market value: €40.00m

Trophies & Titles

Newcastle United

  • EFL Cup runner-up: 2022–23

Individual

  • Premier League Goal of the Month: August 2022

Allan Saint-Maximin’s Wife, Marriage, Children

Allan Saint-Maximin, a star for Newcastle United, is in love with the gorgeous Anissa. The child that Anissa and Allan Saint-Maximin share is one. Their son is born. Djayden Saint-Maximin, Saint-Maximin’s son, was born to Anissa in 2019.

Two daughters from a previous relationship belong to Allan Saint-Maximin. The names of his daughters are Lyana and Ninhia. The identity of the mother of the French football player’s two daughters is still a mystery.

Premier League Stats for Allan Saint-Maximin

GeneralTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Matches Played23N/A
 
45
Minutes102545 min’ per appearance
 
30
Annual Salary€5,546,607N/A
 
95
Matches Started11N/A
 
31
Matches Subbed In12N/A 
Matches Subbed Out4N/A 

Goals and xG (Expected Goals)

Goals, xG, ShotsTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Goals Scored10.09
 
60
Goal Involvement60.53
 
92
Goals at Home00
 
52
Goals at Away10.2
 
80
Expected Goals (xG)1.430.13
 
71
Non-Penalty xG (px)1.430.13
 
73
Penalties Scored0  
Hat-tricks0  
3 or More Goals0  
2 or More Goals0  
Minutes Per Goal1025 min’ / goal 

Shots Taken

Shots DataTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Shots Taken191.67
 
84
Shots On Target
13/ 19
1.14
 
93
Shots Off Target
6/ 19
0.53
 
64
Hit The Woodwork1 time0.09
 
89
Shot Conversion Rate5.26% 
 
43
Shot Accuracy68.42% 
 
94
Shots Per Goal Scored19.00 

Assists, Passing, & Chance Creation Stats

Assists & PassingTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Assists50.44
 
99
Expected Assists (xA)4.320.38
 
98
Passes36932.40
 
40
Successful Passes
274/ 369
24.06
 
40
Pass Completion Rate74.25% 
 
36
Key Passes252.20
 
96
Crosses312.72
 
77
Successful Crosses
5/ 31
0.44
 
68
Cross Completion Rate16.13% 
 
41
Minutes Per Assist205 min’ / assist 

Dribbling & Offside Stats

Dribbles & OffsidesTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Dribbles807.02
 
99
Successful Dribbles474.13
 
99
Dribble Success Rate58.75% 
 
70
Dispossessed292.55
 
2
Offsides10.09
 
57

FAQ

What is the net worth of Allan Saint-Maximin?

His net worth is 2 million dollars.

What is the height of Allan Saint-Maximin?

His height is 5 feet 8 inches.

What is the age of Allan Saint-Maximin?

His age is 26 years as of 2023.

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