Stanislav Lobotka is a Slovakian footballer from midfield role. Arrived in Naples in 2020, he is now an essential pawn in the ranks of the Neapolitans.
Below is everything you need to know about Stanislav Lobotka's life and career.
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Stanislav Lobotka's biography
Stanislav Lobotka was born on November 25, 1994 in Trencin, Slovakia.
His youth career began inAS Trencin, a team that plays in the top division of the Slovakian championship. With the same team, he made his professional debut in 2011 and collected 36 appearances and 2 goals in two years.
In 2013, he joined on loan jong ajax, reserve team of Ajax playing in the second division of the Dutch league. Here he collects 30 appearances and 3 goals.
The following year, in 2014, he returned to AS Trencin and collected another 38 appearances and 1 goal.
In 2015, he moved outright to Nordsjaelland, a team that plays in the top division of the Danish league. In two years he collects 52 appearances and no goals.
Lobotka makes the leap in quality in 2017, when the Spaniards of Celta Vigo acquire the right to his sporting performances. In two and a half years he collects a total of 90 appearances, of which 86 in the league.
In 2020, for the sum of 20 million euros plus 4 in bonuses, Lobotka moved permanently to the Napoli.
Since 2016 he has been a permanent fixture in the Slovakia senior national team.
Role and technical characteristics of Lobotka
Engaged in the center field, his specific role is that of mobile director. 170 centimeters tall and weighing 68 kilograms, he enjoys excellent game vision and is good at setting up the action. He showed skill in moving off the ball and physicality in the defensive phase.
How much does Lobotka earn at Napoli
The contract that binds Napoli and Lobotka provides for a net salary equal to 2 million euro, not counting image rights.
The contract expires in 2025.
Lobotka is romantically linked to Daniela Nizlova, singer of the former group TWiiNS. Nzilova participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 as a backing vocalist and then in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 as a contest singer.