Last Updated: 24 Nov, 2022 | Views: 247
Profession: Sports Men
Other Profession(s): Football player
Jules Olivier Koundé was born on November 12, 1998. His professional football career includes playing for the French national team and La Liga club Barcelona. Koundé is half French and half Beninese. Playing the whole 90 minutes and 30 minutes of extra time on 7 January 2018, Koundé made the first team debut for Bordeaux in their 2–1 Coupe de France away loss to US Granville.
2019: The Spaniard signed for Sevilla on 3 July 2019.
2022: As of 29 July 2022, Barcelona has agreed to transfer Koundé to Sevilla.
In the same way, he missed Barcelona's 21 August league game against Real Sociedad.
2020: Didier Deschamps selected Koundé for UEFA Euro 2020 as part of the 26 players in the France national team.
On 2 June 2021: Jules Olivier Koundé substituted Benjamin Pavard at half-time against Wales.
During the 2021 UEFA Nations League Final between France and Spain, Koundé started
2019–20: UEFA Europa League
2020–21: UEFA Nations League
2019–20: UEFA Europa League Squad of the Season
2021–22: La Liga Team of the Season