Serge Gnabry is a football player with Arsenal Football Club of London. He is of German and one of the most talented kids in the football game. As he prepares to leave Arsenal for Bayern Munich, here are some of the facts about Serge Gnabry you didn’t know.
Born: July 14, 1995 (age 21), Stuttgart, Germany
Height: 5′ 8″
Weight: 161 lbs
Current team: Arsenal F.C. (#27 / Forward)
Parents: Jean-Hermann Gnabry
Nationality: Ivorian, German
Top 5 Cool Facts About Serge Gnabry You Did’nt Know
In a matter of days now, Serge David Gnabry will be joining Bayern Munich from Arsenal if the claims from Sky Germany that Bayern Munich are interested in signing is anything to go by. Incase the deal goes through, here are some cool facts about Serge Gnabry you’d love to know.
1. He Is From Ivory Coast
Though Serge Gnabry was born in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg in German, he is however held by many to be from Ivory Coast based on the fact is father is from the West African country.
2. Serge Gnabry Is Originally A Sprinter
In his youth, Gnabry was a talented sprinter but ultimately chose football over athletics. Some people believes the fear of Usain Bolt forced this talented young man to choose football over trying his luck in 100 meters race with the Jamaican legend.
3. Sold In 2010 But Delivered In 2011
Gnabry’s former club VfB Stuttgart agreed a £100,000 deal with Premier League side Arsenal in 2010, but he had to wait until 2011, when he was 16, to join the English side.
Gnabry officially joined Arsenal for the 2011–12 season in which he played for the under-18s for the majority of the season but after impressive displays, he was then promoted to the Reserves. By the end of the season, Gnabry had played six games, scoring two goals.
4. Wins Or Draws Whenever He Scores
He scored his first professional goal in a league match against Swansea City in which he found the net in the 58th minute to lead Arsenal to a 2–1 victory and leave them top of the Premier League table. He won a penalty away at Crystal Palace which led to a 2–0 victory.
He scored against Mexico and Germany draw and scored against Korea is a 3-3 scoreline that helped Germany reach finals of the Olympics.
5. Serge Gnabry U-18 Player
He has played more games for the Germany U-18 side more than any other teams. Gnabry has played a total of 23 games for the U-18 national youth team of Germany.