Player Profile

Marcos Alonso

Marcos Alonso

FC Barcelona Defender

Nationality :Spain
Date Of Birth :December 28, 1990
Height :188 cm
Weight :84 kg

Marcos Alonso: A Brief Biography

Marcos Alonso Mendoza, a Spanish professional footballer who plays left or center back for La Liga team Barcelona and the Spain national team, was born on December 28, 1990.

Alonso began his professional career with Real Madrid, but he later established himself with Bolton Wanderers in England and Fiorentina in Italy. He was signed by Chelsea in 2016 for an estimated £24 million after being successful at the latter club, and he went on to win numerous awards with the team, including the Premier League and UEFA Champions League titles.

In March 2018, Alonso made his international debut for Spain.

Trophies & Titles

Sunderland

  • Football League Cup runner-up: 2013–14

Chelsea

  • Premier League: 2016–17
  • FA Cup: 2017–18; runner-up: 2016–17, 2019–20, 2020–21, 2021–22
  • UEFA Champions League: 2020–21
  • UEFA Europa League: 2018–19
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2021
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2021
  • EFL Cup runner-up: 2018–19, 2021–22
  • FA Community Shield; runner-up: 2017, 2018

Barcelona

  • La Liga: 2022–23
  • Supercopa de España: 2022–23

Spain

  • UEFA Nations League runner-up: 2020–21

Individual

  • PFA Team of the Year: 2017–18 Premier League

Height of Marcos Alonso, Weight, and Body Stats

Marcos Alonso is 6 feet and 2 inches tall, or 1.88 meters. His body weight is 85 kg. He also has an athletic body type. His hair is brown, and his eyes are a dark brown color. Straight is the way he identifies sexually. His other body measurements, such as his chest, biceps, and waist, have yet to be made public. He has a generally sound body.

All-time Career of Marcos Alonso

AD Unión Adarve

Alonso began his career at AD Unión Adarve when he was just a young man before joining Real Madrid.

Real Madrid

Alonso eventually enrolled in Real Madrid’s youth academy and later played for every youth team in the years that followed. He joined Real Madrid Castilla in 2008, a team that played in Segunda División B, and made his reserve team debut on February 22, 2008, playing the entire game in a 1-0 home loss to AD Alcorcón.

Alonso was first called up by the starting lineup, led by Manuel Pellegrini, for a La Liga match at Valencia CF on December 11, 2009. His debut came on April 4 of the following year when he replaced Gonzalo Higuain in the 90th minute of a 2-0 victory away to Racing de Santander after failing to make the final list of 18 players.

Bolton Wanderers

On July 27, 2010, Alonso signed a contract with Premier League team Bolton Wanderers for an undisclosed sum. On 24 August, he made his club’s competitive debut in a League Cup away victory against Southampton. On 1 January 2011, he made his league debut, filling in for the injured Paul Robinson in a 2-1 loss to Liverpool at Anfield.

On March 31, 2012, Alonso scored his first goal for Bolton, scoring the second in a 3-2 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers. He received 37% of the vote to win The Bolton News’ Player of the Year award at the conclusion of the 2012–13 campaign: The former Real Madrid starlet has had a breakthrough season, according to Marc Iles. Alonso has gained strength and developed into a reliable full-back, contributing to some significant goals as well.

Fiorentina

Alonso turned down Dougie Freedman’s offer of a new contract to sign a three-year deal with Italian club ACF Fiorentina in May 2013. Bolton was awarded £400,000 in damages by Fiorentina because he was under 23 when he left.

Gus Poyet, the manager of Sunderland, revealed on December 30 that the player, who had made nine appearances for the club, would join on loan on January 1 and remain there through the remainder of the season.

On January 7, 2014, Alonso took the field for Sunderland for the first time. He played the entire 90 minutes in a 2-1 home victory over Manchester United in the League Cup semifinal first leg, and Sky Sports named him the game’s MVP. He participated in the competition’s final on March 2 but was unable to stop a 3-1 loss to Manchester City. He made 20 appearances across all competitions, which helped his team keep its top-flight status.

Alonso established himself as a regular after his loan period was over, making over 70 appearances in his final two seasons in purple. He scored his first goal for the Viola on March 19, 2015, during a 3-0 victory over fellow Italian team A.S. Roma on the road in the UEFA Europa League round of 16.

Chelsea

Alonso returned to England on August 30, 2016, after playing 85 times and scoring five goals during his time with Fiorentina. He had previously signed a five-year, £24 million contract with Chelsea. On September 20, he made his EFL Cup debut, playing the full 120 minutes in a 4-2 victory away to Leicester City, and four days later, he made his league debut in a 3-0 loss to Arsenal, coming off the bench in the 55th minute to replace Cesc Fàbregas.

On November 5, 2016, Alonso scored the club’s first goal in a 5-0 victory over Everton at Stamford Bridge. On January 14, 2017, he added two more goals during a 3-0 victory over Leicester at the King Power Stadium.

Alonso received harsh criticism in April 2018 for appearing to deliberately dig his boot studs into Shane Long’s leg during a tackle in a league match against Southampton. Referee Mike Dean, who received similar criticism, did not punish him in any way; however, he was later charged with violent conduct by the Football Association and given a three-match suspension.

On August 18, 2018, in the 81st minute of a home game against Arsenal, Alonso scored his first goal of the 2018–19 campaign to win 3-2.

On October 19, 2019, Chelsea defeated Newcastle United 1-0 at home thanks to a goal from Alonso. His first goal of the upcoming 2019–20 campaign.

On January 31, 2021, Alonso scored his first goal of the 2020–21 campaign. He added the second in a 2-0 home victory over Burnley, giving new head coach Thomas Tuchel his first triumph. Alonso scored the game-winning goal as Chelsea defeated Manchester City 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium on May 8, 2021. In the 2021 UEFA Champions League Final, Chelsea defeated Manchester City 1-0; Alonso did not come off the bench.

Alonso scored for Chelsea in their 3-0 home victory over Crystal Palace in the 2021–22 campaign with a free kick. On September 11, 2021, he led the team for the first time in a league game against Aston Villa at home.

Barcelona

Alonso left Chelsea by mutual consent the previous day and signed a one-year deal with La Liga team Barcelona on September 2, 2022. He scored his first Champions League goal on November 1 in a 4-2 away victory over Viktoria Plze. Alonso’s former teams AD Unión Adarve and Bolton Wanderers complained to FIFA in March 2023, questioning the legitimacy of this transfer. They claimed that they were entitled to compensation because Alonso was a player on their books before the age of 23, and neither team had received any money. They also claimed that because the Alonso deal was a component of the £12 million deal for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, they should receive a portion of the proceeds from that transaction.

International career

Alonso received his first call-up to the Spain national team on March 16, 2018, in preparation for friendlies against Germany and Argentina later in the month. The Alonsos are the first Spanish family to have three generations of international athletes, and the seventh family overall. He made his debut against the latter on the 27th in a 6-1 victory at the Wanda Metropolitano, coming on as Jordi Alba’s replacement with 11 minutes remaining.

How much does Marcos Alonso Earn? Net Worth

As a professional football player, Marcos Alonso makes money. Contracts, salaries, bonuses, and endorsements provide the majority of his income. He committed to Chelsea for five years and about £24 million in August 2016. His estimated net worth is about €19 million as of 2022, and his annual salary is £5.2 million. He is currently worth about €15 million.

Transfer Value and Records

Current market value:
€7.00m
Highest market value:
€45.00m

Personal Life

His personal life reveals that he is not wed. He is concentrating on building his career. He might currently be seeing a stunning girl, or he might not. On his social media accounts, he hasn’t posted any images of himself with any women. Any modifications to his romantic life will be posted here.