Mario Gavranovic Bio, Age, Career, Height, Net Worth

Quick Facts of Mario Gavranovic

Net Worth$500 thousand
SalaryNot Known
Height5 ft 8 in
Date of Birth24 November, 1989
ProfessionAthletes

Mario Gavranovic is a footballer from Switzerland. Gavranovic is a forward for the Prva HNL club Dinamo national capital as well as the Switzerland national team.

After beginning his senior football career in Lugano, he went on to play for Yverdon-Sport, Neuchatel Xamax, Schalke 04, Mainz 05, Zurich, and Rijeka before joining Dinamo Zagreb in 2018.

He has several club trophies to his name, the most notably with Dinamo Zagreb. Since joining Zagreb in 2018, he has won the Prva HNL three times in a row. In 2011, he made his senior international debut.

Mario Gavranovic’s Bio, Age

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Mario Gavranovi was born on November 24, 1989.

Mario Gavranovic’s Career

Gavranovi began his career with AS Vezia before being noticed by Team Ticino U18, FC Lugano’s development academy. In the 2006–07 season, he made his professional debut with FC Lugano in the Swiss Challenge League.

He scored eight goals in 21 games in his second season. He joined Yverdon-Sport in the summer of 2008 and scored eight goals in only 20 appearances. After that, he transferred to Neuchâtel Xamax and there he played the 2008–09 season.

Gavranovi joined Schalke 04 on 1 February 2010 after a promising start at Neuchâtel Xamax, where he scored eight goals in 17 appearances.  He scored an important goal in the Champions League Round of 16 against Valencia, leading Schalke 04 to a 4–2 victory and a place in the quarter-finals.

On August 31, 2011, Gavranovi signed a season-long loan contract with fellow Bundesliga side Mainz.  Mainz reportedly paid €200,000 for his services, with a €1.5 million permanent move included in the loan.

Gavranovi returned to Schalke after only five games on loan, where he agreed to terminate his contract in May 2012 and join FC Zürich on a free transfer the following summer. On 15 July 2012, he made his debut for Zürich and scored his first goal from the penalty spot in a 1–1 tie with FC Luzern.

On August 11, 2013, Gavranovi scored the game-winning goal for Zürich against defending Swiss Super League champions FC Basel in the Swiss Super League’s fifth round.

On September 15, he scored Zürich’s first goal as the team recovered from behind twice to upset FC Stade Lausanne Ouchy 3-2 in the Swiss Cup second round.  Gavranovi scored twice in the second half of Zürich’s Super League match against FC Sion on November 24, leading his team to a 4–1 victory.

On August 11, 2013, Gavranovi scored the game-winning goal for Zürich against defending Swiss Super League champions FC Basel in the Swiss Super League’s fifth round. On September 15, he scored Zürich’s first goal as the team recovered from behind twice to upset FC Stade Lausanne Ouchy 3-2 in the Swiss Cup second round.

Gavranovi scored twice in the second half of Zürich’s Super League match against FC Sion on November 24, leading his team to a 4–1 victory.

Gavranovi transferred to HNK Rijeka in Croatia on January 18, 2016. He joined the club’s pre-season training camp in Dubai after signing a two-and-a-half-year contract.

Gavranovi extended Rijeka’s lead against Lokomotiva on his official club debut on 12 February 2016, converting a cross by Roman Bezjak in the 25th minute. Gavranovi scored 40 goals in 80 games during his two years with the club.

Gavranovi joined Dinamo Zagreb on January 5, 2018, as part of a player exchange deal involving Domagoj Pavii and Luka Capan. He committed to the club for three years and chose the number 11 shirt. Gavranovi was keen to earn a spot in Switzerland’s squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia after a move to a new club and a strong spring season.

Gavranovi said during his formal presentation in Zagreb that all of his family members are Dinamo supporters, and that he has been pushed to love the club since he was a child.

On March 4, he scored his first goal for the club in a 1–0 victory over Slaven Belupo. He scored against his previous team Rijeka on March 7, but Dinamo went on to lose the match 4–1. On March 17, he scored again in a 2–0 win over Rude, and on April 8, he scored against Istra 1961 in a 4–0 away win.  Gavranovi scored twice in a 2–1 away win over Hajduk Split, putting Dinamo one step closer to winning the league for the 19th time.

On July 30, 2020, his contract with Dinamo expired, and he was released. However, due to the injury of the club’s first striker Bruno Petkovi, he returned to the club barely three weeks later. On the 17th of October, he scored his first hat-trick for Dinamo in a 3–2 victory over Gorica.

Gavranovi played 14 games for Switzerland at the U-21 level, scoring three goals. In a 0–0 draw with Bulgaria in a Euro 2012 qualifier on March 26, 2011, he made his senior squad debut. On August 15, 2012, he scored his first two goals in a 4–2 friendly win over Croatia.

On May 13, 2014, Gavranovi was named to the final 23-man World Cup team in Brazil. He suffered a major knee injury in training on June 29, shutting him out of the World Cup for the remainder of the tournament and until early 2015.

Mario Gavranovic’s Wife

Gavranovi married Anita, a Bosnian Croat from Derventa, in 2016. Anita gave birth to a baby girl called Leonie in May of this year.

Mario Gavranovic’s Height

Mario Gavranovic has a height of 5 feet 9 inches and weighs 73 kg.

Mario Gavranovic’s Net Worth

Mario Gavranovic has an estimated net worth of 500 thousand USD. His market value is €1.60 million.

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