|Complete Family Name||Nicolo Barella|
|Date of Birth||7 February 1997|
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|How old was he when he began his career?||He was just a few years old when he began his career|
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Nicolo Barella Cavaliere, OMRI (born on 7th February, 1997) is an Italian professional footballer, who plays as midfielder for Serie A club Inter Milan as well as the Italy the national side.
The Italian born Barella was raised at Cagliari, Barella is a youth player of Cagliari Calcio. Barella was made Serie A debut on 4 May, 2015 against Parma and was substituted by Diego Farias after 68 minutes in a 4-0 win at home.
In January of 2016 the player was taken as a loan player to Como to play in Serie B, where he was a first-choice player for the remainder during the regular season.
On the 17th of September, 2017, He scored his first professionally oriented as well as Serie A goal against SPAL in a 2-0 victory at home.
On the 12th of July, Barella joined Inter Milan with a one-year loan contract with the obligation to purchase with a four-year agreement that will take effect following the loan period. The club made his debut on the 26th of August, against Lecce and was on the bench during the second period to play Matias Vecino, and assisted in setting up Antonio Candreva’s goal in the eventual win at home of 4-0 during Inter’s first match for the 2019-2020 Serie A season. The striker made the Champions League debut on 17 September in a match against Slavia Prague. After having been substituted by Marcelo Brozovic in the second period, the striker scored an injury-time equalizing goal that helped Inter to draw 1-1 at home that is his debut goal in the competition as well as for Inter.
On November 9 the 9th of November, he scored his first league goal for Inter when Inter recovered from a 2-0 deficit to secure the 2-1 win at home over Verona. The first time he scored a goal was during the Coppa Italia on the 29th of January 2020, when Inter won a the 2-1 win at home against Fiorentina in the quarter-finals of the competition. On the 17th of January Barella played in the opening goal scored by Arturo Vidal and scored a crucial second in a 2-0 win at home against rivals and the defending champions Juventus in Serie A.
On the 5th of November, 2021 Barella agreed to a new contract with Inter and will remain in the club until 2026.
Alongside with the Italy U19 squad, Barella took part at the 2016 UEFA European Under-19 Championship, coming in second.
As part of the Italy U20, he played in the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup, coming in third.
Barella began his career for the Italy U21 team on the 1st of September 2017 in a 3-0 friendly loss against Spain.
Barella was drafted into the top of Italy squad by coach Gian Piero Ventura to play in the Italy squad’s 2019 World Cup qualifiers against Macedonia and Albania in October 2017.
Barella was first introduced for Italy senior team on the 10th of October 2018 under the guidance of manager Roberto Mancini, in a 1-1 draw in a friendly match with Ukraine at Genoa. On March 23, 2019 Barella made his debut goal in Italy in an 2-0 victory at home against Finland in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying match.
He was part of the U21 team in the 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship.
He was in June of 2021 when he made it in Italy’s team to play in UEFA Euro 2020. In Italy’s second group game on June 16 the striker helped to score Manuel Locatelli second goal in the eventual win 3-0 over Switzerland which enabled Italy to progress into the 16th round. In July 2 Barella scored Italy’s first goal during the match. He later played in Lorenzo’s goal in a 2-1 victory against Belgium in the quarterfinals of the competition. On the 11th of July, Barella won the European Championship with Italy after the 3-2 penalty shoot-out win against England on Wembley Stadium in the final after a draw of 1-1 during extra-time. Barella was the first player to start the match and was replaced for Bryan Cristante in the second third of regulation time.
On October 10, Barella scored the opener in a 2-1 victory at home against Belgium at the Bronze Medal match in 2021 UEFA Nations League.
The style of the game
Barella is thought to be an extremely talented and promising young midfielder in European media for sports. He was voted the top player in his age group by an Italian athlete born 1997, for two seasons between 2012 . and 2013. Italian soccer reporter Mina Rzouki described him as an intelligent, promising and well-organized midfielder despite his age and a broad range of talents. She also said the fact that Barella “…can play a dribble across defenses, score shots and initiate counter-attacks. Barella is able to pick the best moves and can box-to-box. The most important thing is that he can get possession back quickly and quickly recover the ball.” Barella’s performance has been highly applauded by Italian former players Andrea Pirlo and Alessandro Del Piero.
The Italian sports publication La Gazzetta dello Sport has the comparison of him with Steven Gerrard and described him as a player who has good technique vision, stamina, as well as physical power, in spite of his small size, and also the ability to score balls that allow him to break up possession, which then allows him to start swift attacks. An incredibly versatile athlete, he’s capable of playing in any midfield and has been utilized in the role of an attack midfielder as well for a defense midfielder however, his preferred position is that of a right-sided offensively-minded central midfielder. He is referred to as the “mezzala” in Italy. He is known for his keen eye for goals, he is able to hit an excellent shot from outside the box and is renowned by his capacity to create quick offensive runs from behind to the penalty zone. He’s also a skilled set piece player and penalty taker. He is renowned for his character and leadership skills, as well as his the competitive spirit and winning attitude, but has received criticism in the media for arguing or protesting excessively with officials during games. He has also been criticized for his Italy teammates Jorginho has compared him to N’Golo Kane.
Barella Salary & Net Worth Revealed
How much is he earning?
In January 2018 , the midfielder signed a deal with Inter Milan that nets him a staggering pay that is 4.6 Million euros (3.9 Million Pounds) annually. We’ve done the math, which means that he is paid EUR12,602.7 (PS10,684.9) daily, and EUR525.1 (PS445.2) per hour!
|Each the year||EUR4,600,000||PS4,000,000|
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Net Worth & Market Value
|Net Worth:||2 Million Euro (1.7 Million Pound)|
|Market Value:||40 Million Euro (34.5 Million Pound)|
As the youngest player to captain Cagliari in history Cagliari the 22-year-old has drawn interest from England as well as Chelsea, Arsenal and a few other top 4 teams that are interested in the player. The net worth of his is believed to be somewhere in the range of 2 million euros.