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Ivan Perišić
Ivan Perišić
Personal information
Full name Ivan Perišić
Date of birth 2 February 1989 (1989-02-02) (age 31)
Place of birth    Split, Flag of SFR Yugoslavia 001 SFR Yugoslavia
Height 1.87 m (6 ft 1+12 in)
Playing position Winger
Club information
Current club Germany Bayern Munich
(on loan from Inter Milan)
Number 44
Youth clubs
2000–2006
2006–2007
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia 001 Hajduk Split
Flag of France Sochaux
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2007–2009
2009
2009–2011
2011–2013
2013–2015
2015–
2019–
Flag of France Sochaux B
Belgium → Roeselare (loan)
Belgium Club Brugge
Germany Borussia Dortmund
Germany VfL Wolfsburg
Flag of Italy Inter Milan
Germany → Bayern Munich (loan)
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017 00(5)
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042 00(9)
070 0(18)
141 0(37)
022 00(4)   
National team
2005
2007
2009–2010
2011–
Croatia Croatia U17
Croatia Croatia U19
Croatia Croatia U21
Croatia Croatia
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088 0(26)

Ivan Perišić (born 2 February 1989) is a Croatian professional footballer who plays for German club Bayern Munich, on loan from Inter Milan. He usually plays as a winger, but can also be deployed as an attacking midfielder or second striker.

Product of Hajduk Split youth academy, Perišić made name for himself while playing for Club Brugge, where he was the Belgian Pro League top goalscorer and was named Belgian Footballer of the Year for 2011. This earned him a transfer to Borussia Dortmund, with whom he won the 2011–12 Bundesliga before signing with VfL Wolfsburg for €8 million in January 2013. He remained there for two and a half seasons, winning the 2015 DFB-Pokal Final, before moving to Inter Milan for €16 million. In 2019, he moved to Bayern Munich on loan, winning the league title and the DFB-Pokal in his first season at the club.

He made his debut for the Croatia national team in 2011. and represented his nation at UEFA Euro 2012 and 2016, as well as the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cup, reaching the final of the latter. Instrumental to Croatia's second "golden generation", Perišić is the nation's player with most goals created at the major tournaments (11), and the first Croatian player ever to score in a World Cup final.

Honours

Club

Borussia Dortmund

VfL Wolfsburg

Bayern Munich

International

Individual

Orders

  • Order of Duke Branimir with Ribbon: 2018

External links

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Bayern München squad - 2020–21

1 Neuer (c) · 4 Süle · 5 Pavard · 6 Thiago · 8 Martínez · 9 Lewandowski · 10 Coutinho · 11 Cuisance · 14 Perišić · 15 Arp · 17 Boateng · 18 Goretzka · 19 Davies · 21 Hernandez · 22 Gnabry · 24 Tolisso · 25 Müller · 26 Ulreich · 27 Alaba · 28 Singh · 29 Coman · 32 Kimmich · 33 Mai · 36 Früchtl · 39 Hoffmann · 42 Wriedt ·  Kouassi ·  Nübel ·  Sané ·

Croatia football federation
Croatia Croatia
Croatia football federation
Croatia football federation
Croatia – UEFA Euro 2012

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Croatia football federation
Croatia – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Pletikosa 2. Vrsaljko 3. Pranjić 4. Perišić 5. Ćorluka 6. Lovren 7. Rakitić 8. Vukojević 9. Jelavić 10. Modrić 11. Srna (c) 12. Zelenika 13. Schildenfeld 14. Brozović 15. Badelj 16. Rebić 17. Mandžukić 18. Olić 19. Sammir 20. Kovačić 21. Vida 22. Eduardo 23. Subašić

Croatia football federation
Croatia – UEFA Euro 2016 – Round of 16

1. Vargić 2. Vrsaljko 3. Strinić 4. Perišić 5. Ćorluka 6. Jedvaj 7. Rakitić 8. Kovačić 9. Kramarić 10. Modrić 11. Srna 12. L. Kalinić 13. Schildenfeld 14. Brozović 15. Ćorić 16. N. Kalinić 17. Mandžukić 18. Rog 19. Badelj 20. Pjaca 21. Vida 22. Čop 23. Subašić

Croatia football federation
Croatia – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Runners up

1. Livaković 2. Vrsaljko 3. Strinić 4. Perišić 5. Ćorluka 6. Lovren 7. Rakitić 8. Kovačić 9. Kramarić 10. Modrić (c) 11. Brozović 12. L. Kalinić 13. Jedvaj 14. Bradarić 15. Ćaleta-Car 16. N. Kalinić 17. Mandžukić 18. Rebić 19. Badelj 20. Pjaca 21. Vida 22. Pivarić 23. Subašić

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