Kosovare Asllani

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Kosovare Asllani has loved sport since she was a kid. When she was a kid, she not only played football.

She began her journey in football at the age of 15 when she joined a second division team at the Vimmerly IF. When she was in Vimmerly, she scored 49 goals in 48 matches.

Her professional career in football began after when she joined Linköpings FC in 2007. In the first season, she often came off as a substitute early in the games.

She progressed in the club and in 2009 she helped the Linköping win Svenska Cupen and their first ever Damallsvenskan title.

After spending three seasons with Linköpings FC, in late 2009, she announced that she had signed with Chicago Red Stars and spent one season with the club before making her return to Linköpings FC.

With Asllani present in 2010/11 season, Linköpings FC could boost their performance in the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Due to her injury in the end of season, she should depart from Linköpings FC.

She moved back to her hometown of Kristianstad and played for Kristianstad DFF. She helped the team finish seventh in her presence during Damallsvenskan.

Not long before her contract with Kristianstad expired in 2012, she flew to Paris to sign a two year contract with Paris Saint-Germain.

She made 19 appearances during her time with Paris Saint-Germain and scored 17 goals helped Paris Saint Germain finished second behind Lyon.

She played for Paris Saint-Germain for three and a half years before ending her contract in 2016. In early 2016, she signed a two year contract with Manchester City.

Before her contract ended in 2018, both Manchester City and Asllani agreed that she could return to Linköpings FC in 2017.

She spent two seasons in Linköpings FC before signed with Real Madrid in 2019. She made a total of 25 appearances for Real Madrid and scored 13 goals before signing with AC Milan in 2022.

She also takes part in representing Sweden’s national team. She made her debut for Sweden national team in 2008 at a match against Romania.

She was also part of Sweden’s team when they won a silver medal during the 2016 Summer Olympics.

She made more than 90 appearances for Sweden’s national team since her international debut.

Profile

  • Real Name: Kosovare Asllani
  • Stage Name: Kosovare Asllani
  • Nickname: The Queen
  • Birthday: July 29, 1989
  • Birthplace: Kristianstad, Sweden
  • Zodiac Sign: Leo
  • Nationality: Swedish
  • Height: 166 cm (5’5”)
  • Weight: 57 kg (126 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Religion: –
  • Profession: Professional Footballer
  • Education: –
  • Hobbies: –
  • Position: Striker
  • Club:
    AC Milan (2022 – );
    Real Madrid (2020 – 2022);
    CD Tacón (2019 – 2020);
    Linköpings FC (2017 – 2019);
    Manchester City (2016 – 2017);
    Paris Saint-Germain (2012 – 2016);
    Kristianstads DFF (2012);
    Linköpings FC (2010 – 2011);
    Chicago Red Stars (2010);
    Linköpings FC (2007 – 2009)
  • Parents: –
  • Siblings: Arment Asllani (Brother)
  • Boyfriend: –
  • Facebook: –
  • Twitter: @KosovareAsllani
  • Instagram: @asllani9
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Facts

  • Her family originated from Kosovar but then migrated to Sweden before she was born.
  • She is the only one in her family that wasn’t born in Kosovo.
  • She is very proud of her heritage in Kosovo as she listened to music and also learned Albanian.
  • Her nickname was given by fellow teammates at Real Madrid.
  • She played ice hockey along with football when she was a kid, then decided to take football seriously.
  • She deals endorsement with Coca-Cola, Nike, Kia Motors Sweden and Visa Sverige.
  • She isn’t in a relationship but once posted a picture of her wearing a ring and with new nails in the caption that got fans thinking she was engaged.
  • Though she often shares photos on her social media, she keeps her private life far from the spotlight as well as her relationship status.
  • She has a tattoo on her ankle that was drew in Albanian symbols.
  • She isn’t afraid to speak up and is often vocal about things that matter like when she called on FIFA to stop what she thinks of as gender apartheid in Iranian football.
  • She has never spoken about her relationship or even her ideal type of men.
  • Her net worth is between $1 million to $5 million.

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Quotes

“The leadership team has not listened to the medical team, and in the end [leaving] was a decision I had to make to have a longer career. It has become a very unhealthy and dangerous environment for players to be in.”

“The leadership team has not listened to the medical team, and in the end [leaving] was a decision I had to make to have a longer career. It has become a very unhealthy and dangerous environment for players to be in.”

“I’ve been a big part of the club’s history and done a lot for it, but unfortunately it’s an environment that is not healthy, and it’s not just me. There are an incredible number of players in the club who have had to go through a lot, which I do not think is okay and is right in a top club.”

“as a player who played at the top level for x number of years, to also listen and do things better to create a professional environment. I say this because I want it to be a professional environment and they know that too. I hope that will be the case for the players who remain there.”

“I like to create history. It was the same at PSG, City and Real Madrid and now I’m arriving at a club with many international players and national team players. I’m arriving at a club that wants to take the final steps, with the ambition of qualifying for the Champions League and fighting for titles.”

“My urge to play in the Italian league was decisive. It means a lot to me to join such a big club. I love to experience new cultures and different countries’ ways of playing football.”

Kosovare Asllani loves her heritage and isn’t afraid to speak up about what’s important to her. She’s been vocal about the condition of women’s football.

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