Player Profile

Leandro Trossard

Leandro Trossard

11 Forward

Nationality :Belgium
Date Of Birth :December 4, 1994
Height :172cm
Weight :61kg

Leandro Trossard is a Belgian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Arsenal and the Belgium national team.

QUICK FACTS

Full nameLeandro Trossard
Date of birth4 December 1994 (age 28)
Place of birthMaasmechelen, Belgium
Height1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
Position(s)Forward

Leandro Trossard Biography, EarlyLife

Trossard was born in Maasmechelen, Limburg, to Peter Trossard and Linda Scheepers on 4 December 1994. He has one younger sister. Trossard is a Belgian because he was born in Maasmechelen, Belgium. Trossard was born on December 4th, 1994, making him 28 years old at the moment.

Peter Trossard and Linda Scheepers gave birth to Trossard. He and his younger sister, whose name we do not know as of the time of making this report, have the same parents.

Leandro Trossard Education

His educational history is not published because he has not yet given it to the public. However, this detailed information is currently being reviewed and will be updated soon.

Leandro Trossard’s Height, And Weight

Leandro Trossard stands 1.72 meters (5 feet 8 inches) tall and weighs approximately 60.7 kg. He has attractive dark brown eyes and brown hair. Leandro also has an athletic body with measurements of 40-32-14 inches.

Career

Trossard joined the K.R.C. Genk youth academy from the K. Bocholter V.V. academy in 2010. He was promoted to the senior squad in 2012, making his first, albeit brief, debut on 13 May 2012 in a league match against K.A.A. Gent. The game ended 3–1 in favor of Gent. Trossard was introduced in the 87th minute, replacing Stef Peeters. Those three minutes were the only ones he played in the league that season. For several seasons, he was consistently sent out on loan. As a result, he didn’t score his first league goal for Genk until over four years later, coming in a 4–1 away loss to K.V. Kortrijk on 25 September 2016. He was brought on as a substitute for Leon Bailey and scored in the 63rd minute, assisted by Bryan Heynen.

On 26 June 2019, Brighton agreed to sign Trossard, who joined on a four-year deal with an option for an extra year, becoming the club’s second signing of the summer, following Matt Clarke’s arrival from Portsmouth. Trossard made his debut for The Seagulls on 17 August where he scored the equalizer in the 1–1 home draw against West Ham United. Earlier in the game he was denied a goal for offside by VAR. Trossard scored twice against Norwich in the 2019–20 season, once in the 2–0 home victory on 2 November 2019, and again in a crucial 1–0 away win on 4 July 2020 to help Brighton push further away from the bottom three.

On 20 January 2023, Arsenal confirmed the signing of Trossard on a long-term contract. The fee consisted of a guaranteed £20 million and around a further £7 million in add-ons. He was given the number 19 shirt by the club and made his debut on 22 January as a substitute in a 3–2 win over Manchester United. He made his full debut on 27 January against Manchester City in the FA Cup fourth round.

On 6 August 2023, Trossard came off the bench and found the net in the final minutes of stoppage time to make it 1–1 against Manchester City in the 2023 FA Community Shield, forcing a penalty shootout which Arsenal went on to win 4–1.  On 17 September, he scored the only goal of the game in a 1–0 away win over Everton, helping to seal Arsenal’s first win at Goodison Park since 2017. Three days later, he scored his first Champions League goal and provided an assist in a 4–0 win over PSV Eindhoven on his debut at the competition.

International career

Trossard has been called up to the Belgium national team on multiple occasions. Roberto Martinez first named him in the Belgium squad in September 2018, again one month later when Trossard had to withdraw through injury, Trossard remained on the bench again in March 2019. He made his debut on 5 September 2020 in a Nations League game against Denmark, he substituted Dries Mertens in the 80th minute of the 2–0 away victory. On his first international start, Trossard scored his first goal for his country also adding a second in an 8–0 crushing of Belarus in a 2022 World Cup qualifier on 30 March 2021.

Trossard was named in Belgium’s 26-man squad for Euro 2020 on 17 May 2021, with the tournament taking place in the summer of 2021 due to the previous year’s postponement as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. He made his first appearance of the tournament in Belgium’s final group match against Finland on 21 June with Belgium already through to the knockouts. Trossard started the match later being replaced by Thomas Meunier in the 75th minute of the 2–0 victory at the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg that secured the Belgian’s top spot in Group B. This turned out to be his only game as Belgium was knocked out by Italy in the quarter-final after a 2–1 defeat at the Allianz Arena in Munich on 2 July.

In October 2021, Trossard was part of Belgium’s squad for the UEFA Nations League Finals in Italy. He made two substitute appearances when Belgium lost to France in the semi-final and lost again to Italy in the third-place match to come fourth.

In an international friendly at home against Burkina Faso on 29 March 2022, Trossard scored his third goal for his country, where he also assisted Hans Vanaken’s and Christian Benteke’s goals in the 3–0 Belgium win. On 8 June, he scored his second international brace in the 6–1 home thrashing over Poland in the UEFA Nations League.

On 10 November, Trossard was named in Belgium’s 26-man squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Leandro Trossard’s Net Worth

The estimated net worth of Leandro Trossard is $5 million.

Transfer Value and Records

  • Current market value: €30.00m
  • Highest market value: €30.00m

Leandro Trossard’s Wife, Marriage, Children

Leandro Trossard is happily married to Laura Hilven.

Children

Leandro Trossard has a son by the name of Thiago Trossard.

Leandro Trossard Awards

Genk
  • Belgian First Division A: 2018–19
  • Belgian Cup: 2012–13
Westerlo
  • Belgian Second Division: 2013–14

Leandro Trossard: Players Stats 2023

Premier League Stats for Leandro Trossard

GeneralTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Matches Played34N/A
 
93
Minutes210662 min’ per appearance
 
71
Annual Salary€2,532,660N/A
 
83
Matches Started24N/A
 
72
Matches Subbed In10N/A 
Matches Subbed Out4N/A 

Goals and xG (Expected Goals)

Goals, xG, ShotsTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Goals Scored80.34
 
92
Goal Involvement180.77
 
98
Goals at Home30.24
 
80
Goals at Away50.46
 
96
Expected Goals (xG)6.510.28
 
92
Non-Penalty xG (px)6.510.28
 
94
Penalties Scored0  
Hat-tricks1  
3 or More Goals1  
2 or More Goals1  
Minutes Per Goal263 min’ / goal 

Shots Taken

Shots DataTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Shots Taken351.50
 
80
Shots On Target
22/ 35
0.94
 
88
Shots Off Target
13/ 35
0.56
 
65
Hit The Woodwork3 times0.13
 
94
Shot Conversion Rate22.86% 
 
88
Shot Accuracy62.86% 
 
90
Shots Per Goal Scored4.38 

Assists, Passing, & Chance Creation Stats

Assists & PassingTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Assists100.43
 
99
Expected Assists (xA)9.000.38
 
99
Passes80534.40
 
44
Successful Passes
629/ 805
26.88
 
45
Pass Completion Rate78.14% 
 
44
Key Passes451.92
 
93
Crosses863.68
 
85
Successful Crosses
25/ 86
1.07
 
89
Cross Completion Rate29.07% 
 
76
Minutes Per Assist211 min’ / assist 

Dribbling & Offside Stats

Dribbles & OffsidesTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Dribbles461.97
 
73
Successful Dribbles220.94
 
72
Dribble Success Rate47.83% 
 
48
Dispossessed492.09
 
6
Offsides70.30
 
81

Yellow Cards, Red Cards, and Foul Stats

Cards & FoulsTotalPer 90Percentile
Yellow Cards1  
Red Cards0  
Total Cards10.04
 
11
Minutes Per Booking2106 min’ / card 
 
98
Cards Over 0.513%
 
13
Fouls Committed190.81
 
27
Fouled Against281.20
 
61

FAQ

What is the net worth of Leandro Trossard?

His net worth is 5 million dollars.

What is the height of Leandro Trossard?

His height is 5 feet 8 inches.

What is the age of Leandro Trossard?

His age is 28 years as of 2023.

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