Lucas Hernandez

Lucas Hernandez Net Worth, Income, Career & All Wiki [World Cup 2022]

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$72 million

Who is Lucas Hernandez?

Lucas Francois Bernard Hernandez, better known by his nickname Lucas Hernandez, is a French international footballer who now represents Atletico Madrid in Spain and the French national team. He can play as a left-back or as a central defender. His shirt number is 21.

He began his professional career with Atletico Madrid after playing youth football with Rayo Majadahonda in Spain. He has been a member of the senior France national team since 2018, and he has also represented France at the U-16, U-18, U19, U20, and U-21 levels. With Atletico Madrid, he won the UEFA Europa League 2017-18 and the UEFA Super Cup 2018, as well as the FIFA World Cup 2018 with France.

Lucas Hernandez was born on February 14, 1996, in Marseille, France, to Aquarius parents. Hernandez’s nationality is French, and he is of French ethnicity. Jean-Francois (a footballer and center-back who also played for Atletico Madrid) and Py Laurence are his parents. He has a brother, Theo Hernandez, who is also a footballer who is now on loan from Real Madrid to Real Sociedad.

Lucas Hernandez, a 22-year-old center defender, is married to Amelia Ossa Llorente. In 2017, they tied the knot. Lucas, on the other hand, prefers to keep his personal life as secret as possible. Hernandez was arrested in February 2017 when they were dating for allegedly beating his girlfriend.

He, on the other hand, claimed that his girlfriend collapsed after a furious dispute. He arrived home inebriated, according to El Pais, and got into a dispute with his then-girlfriend. She was later taken to the hospital, where she was treated for minor injuries.

The center-back signed a contract with Bayern Munich in July 2019 that pays him a staggering 13 million Euros (11.2 million pounds) each year. The 23-year-old French center-back is a product of Atlético Madrid’s youth system and is considered one of Europe’s best prospects.

The youngster’s net worth has risen to €68 million (£58.7 million) thanks to a multi-million-pound deal with Bayern Munich. His market value, which is in excess of €70 million (£60.4 million), reflects his potential.

Lucas Hernandez, a teenage defender, stands 1.83m tall, or six feet. He is 76 kilograms in weight. He is young and has kept his body in excellent shape.
He has 1.8 million Instagram followers and 385.8k Twitter followers.

The Career of Lucas Hernandez

Lucas Hernandez Bayern Munich

Player: Lucas Hernandez Bayern Munich (source: Bayern Strikes)

Hernandez was born in Marseille while his father, Jean-François, was a player for Olympique de Marseille. He moved to Spain when he was four years old (as a result, he speaks French with a slight Spanish accent) and joined Atlético Madrid’s youth system in 2007, when he was 11 years old, from CF Rayo Majadahonda.

He was called up by manager Diego Simeone for a La Liga match against Villarreal CF on November 9, 2013, while still a junior, although he did not play in the 1–1 away draw the next day.

Hernandez made his senior debut on April 26, 2014, starting for the reserves in a 0–1 away loss against Real Sociedad B in the Segunda División B; he also signed a new contract with the club in June, which runs until 2018.

Hernandez made his first-team debut on December 3, 2014, when he played the entire 90 minutes in a 3–0 Copa del Rey victory over CE L’Hospitalet. On the 21st, he made his first debut in the Spanish top flight, replacing Guilherme Siqueira as a late substitution in a 4–1 away win against Athletic Bilbao.

Hernandez’s contract was extended until 2019 on August 10, 2015, and he was officially promoted to the first team. On 15 March 2016, he made his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League, replacing injured Diego Godin in extra time of a round-of-16 tie against PSV Eindhoven (0–0 after 120 minutes, 8–7 penalty shootout win); he returned at the same point in the final, a shootout loss to rivals Real Madrid in the San Siro on 28 May.

Hernandez extended his contract with Atlético Madrid until June 30, 2020, on August 6, 2016. During the 2016-17 season, he played a bigger part for Atlético. During the season, Hernandez appeared in 22 games across all competitions. In 20 of these games, he was in the starting lineup.

Hernandez was a significant player on the team throughout the 2017-18 season, appearing in 44 games across all competitions. Atlético Madrid made it to the final of the 2018 UEFA Europa League. He began and played the entire match against Marseille, a French team. Atlético Madrid won 3-0, giving Hernandez his first international trophy. Hernandez scored his first professional goal in a 3–0 away loss to SD Huesca on January 19, 2019.

Atlético Madrid announced on March 27 that Hernandez would leave the club in the summer of 2019. Hernandez was offered a contract extension by Atlético Madrid, but he chose to join the German Bundesliga team Bayern Munich instead. Hernandez’s €80 million release clause was activated, according to Atlético.

Hernandez’s right knee’s medial collateral ligament was damaged during a medical checkup by Bayern Munich medical professionals. The injury necessitated surgical intervention. Hernandez underwent a successful operation on his right knee on March 28, 2019. Hernandez’s season at Atlético was cut short as a result of the operation. Hernandez scored one goal in 14 La Liga appearances. He appeared in 22 games across all competitions and scored one goal.

Hernandez signed a five-year contract with Bayern Munich on March 27, 2019, for a club record (and Bundesliga record) cost of €80 million. He made his Bayern debut as an 89th-minute replacement in a DFB-Pokal first-round encounter against Energie Cottbus on August 10th.

Hernandez won the Champions League with his Bayern Munich colleagues on August 23, 2020. In the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League, Hernandez scored his debut goal for Bayern Munich in a 6–2 away triumph over Red Bull Salzburg on November 3, 2020.

On March 6, 2012, Hernandez got his first cap for France, playing the entire 90 minutes for the under-16 squad in a 1–1 friendly tie against Italy at Coverciano. He also played for the under-18 and under-19 teams in 2014. For his efforts the following year, he was named to the 2015 UEFA European Under-19 Championship Team of the Tournament.

Manager Didier Deschamps brought Hernandez up to the senior team in March 2018 for friendlies against Colombia and Russia. In the 2–3 loss in Paris, he made his debut against the former, replacing Lucas Digne for the final 14 minutes.

Hernandez has been chosen to compete in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. He made his competition debut on June 16, playing the full 2–1 group stage win against Australia; he appeared in all of the eventual champions’ matches, with six of them being complete.

Lucas was first called up to the national team by Didier Deschamps in October 2021, along with his brother Theo, ahead of the UEFA Nations League semi-finals against Belgium; the two were later fielded in the 3–4–1–2 formation as a left center back and a left wingback, respectively, making it the first time they played together in a senior competitive game, which turned out to be a 3–2 comeback victory for France, with Theo scoring the late

Awards, Titles, and Achievements

Lucas Hernandez World Cup

Player: Lucas Hernandez World Cup (source: Bayern Strikes)

Lucas Hernandez has won several titles and trophies along with individual titles in his career.

Atlético Madrid

  • UEFA Europa League: 2017–18
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2018
  • UEFA Champions League runner-up: 2015–16

Bayern Munich

  • Bundesliga: 2019–20, 2020–21
  • DFB-Pokal: 2019–20
  • DFL-Supercup: 2020
  • UEFA Champions League: 2019–20
  • UEFA Super Cup: 2020
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2020

France

  • FIFA World Cup: 2018
  • UEFA Nations League: 2020–21

Individual

  • UEFA European Under-19 Championship Team of the Tournament: 2015

Orders

  • Knight of the Legion of Honour: 2018