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Manuel Lanzini- Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Career

Manuel Lanzini is an Argentine professional footballer who currently plays for the Premier League club West Ham United and the Argentine national team as an attacking midfielder. He played for Fluminense and River Plate.

Quick Facts

real name Manuel Lanzini
Profession association football player
Country of Citizenship Argentina
date of birth 1993/02/15
birth year 1993
month of birth 02
Birthday 15
age 29 years
name Manuel
surname Lanzini
gender male
place of birth Itouin
high 1.67 meters
weight 59 kg
Profession soccer player
parents Hector Ranzini
brothers and sisters Thomas Lanzini
marital status Married
wife name Jennifer Reiner
children Benjamin Lanzini
net worth 16 million euros

Manuel Lanzini Biography

Footballer Manuel Lanzini is well known. His birthday was February 15, 1993, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Manuel is also known as a professional football midfielder, nicknamed “La Joya” (the gem). At the age of 21, he became the youngest foreign player in the UAE Gulf League in 2014. Manuel Lanzini was born on Monday, February 15, 1993. He is now 29 years old. Manuel was born under the sign of Aquarius, and his birth flower is the evening primrose.

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Manuel Lanzini Height, Weight, Body Measurements

Manuel is 5-foot-6. He weighs about 59 kg. He has lovely warm black eyes and black locks. There is no information about his chest, waist and hip measurements, clothing size, shoe size, biceps, etc.


  • Lanzini stood out in the indoor football category, showing his abilities in 1993 at the Kaly de Ituzaingó academy club, a community club.Ramón Maddon identifies Juan Román Riquelme, Carlos Tevez and Esteban Cambiasso Waiting for the players, wanted to take Lanzini to Boca Juniors for trial training, but the young Lanzini refused, explaining that he only wanted to play for the club he supported: River Plate Club
  • In 2002, he was transferred to Riverbed. He started training and playing at the small level until he was hired by Pedro Vega, a former player and coach at the lower level club. Lanzini’s eighth division won the division title in 2008 and he finished with nine goals, just two behind teammate forward Leonardo Salgro, who had 11. On November 2, 2008, River Plate defeated Boca Juniors 3-0 in the Super National Derby, Lanzini scored two goals and assisted one.
  • River Plate’s first team coach, ngel Cappa, selected Lanzini for the winter pre-season in 2010, having played a number of games in the province of Salta. Lanzini made his unofficial debut in a 3-0 friendly win over North Central, replacing Ariel Ortega in the second half. Lanzini followed up with a friendly against Juventus D’Antonio, and his performance was well-received by the media and the audience alike.
  • Lanzini’s performance in the 2010 winter pre-season has been satisfying to his coaches. Finally, he made his debut against Tigre on 8 August 2010 in the first match of the 2010 Torneo Apertura. River Plate won 1-0, Lanzini was replaced by Facundo Afrancino at half-time.
  • On July 19, 2011, Riverbed agreed to loan Lanzini to Fluminense for $400,000, with a transfer option of $15,000,000.
  • Lanzini made his debut in a 3-0 win over Figuellens at the 2011 World Cup in Brazil.
  • He later scored his first official goal in the team’s 20th game in a 2-1 win over So Paulo. The club president called him “the next Neymar” because of his performance and demeanor.
  • Lanzini returned to action on 30 June 2012. He started the team’s first game, scoring the only goal in a 2-1 loss to Belgrano de Córdoba. For his comeback, he asked his coach, Matas Almeida if he could wear the club’s legendary number 10, and Almeida agreed. However, during Almeida’s tenure, Lanzini was unable to secure a starting spot and was forced to sit on the bench to watch the game.
  • Lanzini was nominated for Argentina’s tentative 35-man Olympic team in May 2016. He left the team in July 2016 with a knee injury during practice in Miami, Florida, and returned to London for treatment at West Ham.
  • Lanzini was appointed in May 2017 as Argentina’s new head coach Jorge Sampaoli’s first team to play friendly matches against Brazil and Singapore. Lanzini takes on Brazil on June 9 at MCG in Melbourne, Australia. Made his international debut in the 81st minute of the game, replacing Ever Banega. Argentina won 1-0. On 23 March 2018, he scored his first international goal at Manchester’s Eciard Stadium in Argentina’s 2-0 win over Italy.
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Manuel Lanzini net worth

The Argentine midfielder, who started his career in Argentina in 2010, joined the Premier League in 2015 after a recent stint in the UAE and has an estimated net worth of €16.2m (£14m). Still in his prime, his attacking prowess has attracted a price tag of close to €20.9m (£18m), a figure expected to rise.

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Brand endorsement

Argentina international Lanzini has signed a contract with the east London club but has been linked with a move to Liverpool.

He has many sponsorship and endorsement deals with well-known brands like Nike, which boost his income.

Manuel Lanzini Wife, Marriage, Children

In 2018, Jennifer Renner met Manuel Lanzini. Within weeks, they fell in love. As a result, Jennifer moved to London to live with Lanzini. She also cared for Manuel’s son Benjamin Lanzini, who represented her soulmate’s previous relationship.

Jennifer takes great care of her family. It puts Manuel at ease with Benjamin’s progress.

Manuel Lanzini

Awards and Achievements

  • Torneo Final 2014 Argentine Serie A
  • American Classics: 2017
  • West Ham United Player of the Year 2016-17
    Premier League target of the month: October 2020

fun facts

  • Manuel Lanzini was born on February 15, 1993 in Argentina to his housewife mother Mariam Tajera and his former professional footballer father Hector Lanzini.
  • He earned the nickname “La Joya” (the gem) during his time with the Hammers due to his outstanding contribution to the team and his speed and agility.
  • He came off the bench as Ariel Ortega’s second-half substitute on River Plate’s unofficial debut in a 3-0 win over North Central.

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