Maxi Pereira - Bio, Salary, Net Worth, Married, Wife, Children, Affair

Maxi Pereira

Facts About Maxi Pereira

Celebrated Name Maxi Pereira
Age 38 Years Old
Nick Name Maxi, Pereira
Birth Name Victorio Maximiliano “Maxi Pereira Paez
Birth Date 1984-06-08
Gender Male
Profession Footballer
Birth Nation Uruguay
Place Of Birth Montevideo, Uruguay
Nationality Uruguayan
Height 5 feet 1 inch
Weight 70 KG
Net Worth $1-5 million
Salary $300K – $800K
Current Team FC Porto (#2 / Defender), Uruguay national football team (#16 / Defender)
Position Defender
Horoscope Gemini
Links Wikipedia

Maxi Pereira is a famous Uruguayan professional football player. He plays his position as a right back for Portuguese club FC Porto and the Uruguay national team. He is playing currently for FC Porto club. He wears shirt number 2 to play football. He plays in a defensive position from the right side.

Where Was Maxi Pereira Born?

Maxi Pereira was born on 8 June 1984. His full name is Victorio Maximiliano Pereira Páez. He was born in Montevideo, a famous place in Uruguay. He is of Uruguayan nationality. He uses his right foot mostly to play football. He entitled his nation, Uruguay to the three world cups and four Copa America tournaments, winning the 2011 edition of the latter tournament.

Club Career

Maxi Pereira began his club career by playing professionally with the sports club, Defensor sporting at the age of eighteen. He was in this club for five years making appearances in more than 120 games where he scores 25 goals. He scored his career-best 12 goals in the Premiere Division of 2005-2006. After this Maxi Pereira went to S.L Benfica Club in Portugal accompanied by countryman Cristian Rodriguez, a famous footballer.

There, the club signed the player for €3 million and 70% of his right. Firstly, he played as a right midfielder which he failed to adjust to that position in Portugal. Later, he did two consecutive scores in home games in November 2007 against the Boavista F.C and A.C Milan where he scores the goal with his left foot. In 2009-2010, this club Benfica won the league after five years. He appeared in a total of 40 matches and he scored five goals.

In June, Maxi Pereira left Benfica club due to the expiration of the contract. After 15 days, he joined rivals, FC Porto, as a replacement for the club Read Madrid. There, his competitive debut occurred on August 15 in a 3-0 victory against Victoria S.C. He represented over 50 games for Porto and he is currently playing for this club.

Maxi Pereira

International career

Since 2005, Maxi Pereira has been entitling his international side. On 26 October 2005, he made his professional debut on his international side. He quickly became regular for his country, representing Copa America in 2007. There he was selected for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South America where he played all games and minutes. Unfortunately in the quarterfinals against Ghana, he missed his Penalty Shootout. He was undisputed started for his nation in the 2011 Copa America which was held in Argentina, with the national team winning its 15th continental tournament.

He played fourteen times in the qualification for the 2014 world cup winning against Peru with a score of 4-2. Maxi Pereira overtook Diego Forlan's record for his nation as the most capped player by earning his 113th in the team's final group game in the Copa America Centenario in the United States.

To whom Maxi Pereira is Married? Maxi Pereira Wife

Maxi Pereira is quite silent about his personal regarding his affairs. Till now, his personal relationship with either his wife or girlfriend is not known. Maybe he is single or has been married. 

Maxi Pereira's Net Worth & Salary

According to online resources, Maxi Pereira’s estimated to be $1-5 million And his estimated salary is around $300k-$800K from the club, FC Porto. His most of income sources are from football. He has a height of 5 feet 1 inch. His zodiac sign is Gemini.

Trivias About Maxi Pereira You Need To Know.

  • Maxi Pereira He scored his first goal in international competition at the 2010 World Cup in a match against the Netherlands.