Otavio - Bio, Net Worth, Salary, Wife, Nationality, Age, Transfer
Otavio Edmilson da Silva Monteiro, simply known as Otavio or Otavinho is a Brazilian-born Portuguese professional football player. He plays as an attacking midfielder for the Primeira Liga club, Porto, and the Portuguese national team. Graduated through the youth ranks of Internacional, he played for the club's senior team before moving to Porto. He spent loan stint at Vitoria Guimaraes and returned to Porto in 2016. He has already won two Primeira Liga titles, one Taca de Portugal, and two Supertaca Candido de Oliveira with Porto.
Born in Brazil, he represented Brazil's U-20 side before deciding to represent Portugal on the senior international level.
What is Otavio Famous For?
- Won two Primeira Liga titles, one Taca de Portugal, and two Supertaca Candido de Oliveira with Porto.
Where is Otavio From?
Otavio was born on 9 February 1995. His birth name is Otavio Edmilson da Silva Monteiro. His birth place is in Joao Pessoa in Brazil. He holds Portuguese nationality. He became Portuguese citizenship in March 2021. He was born to his father, Otavio Monteiro, and his mother, Claudia da Silva. His zodiac sign is Leo.
- Otavio trained his football skills at Santa Cruz between 2006 and 2010 before joining Internacional's youth setup in 2010.
- He was promoted to the club's senior team in 2012.
- He made his Serie A debut against Santos FC in July 2012 and scored his debut Serie A goal against Cruzeiro Esporte Clube in June 2013.
- He was part of Internacional that won the Campeonato Gaucho in 2013 and 2014.
- He signed a five-year contract with FC Porto as a free agent on 1 September 2014. His buyout clause was set at €50 million.
- He was initially signed to the club's reserve team, competing in the Segunda Liga.
- Porto loaned Otavio along with other players to Vitoria S.C. in the last day of the 2015 January transfer window.
- Following his performance, the club extended his contract for the entire 2015-16 season.
- He also signed a contract extension with his parent club, Porto.
- He returned to Porto at the end of his loan spell at Vitoria.
- He made his competitive debut for Porto against Rio Ave FC on 12 August 2016.
- He has won two two Primeira Liga titles, two Supertaca Candido de Oliveira, and one Taca de Portugal with Porto.
- He was named to Primeira Liga Team of the Year 2019-20.
Otavio International Career
- He was selected to the Brazil U-20 side shortly after he made his Internacional debut.
- He became a Portuguese citizen in March 2021.
- He later switched his allegiance to Portugal in 2021.
- He was first called up to represent Portugal's senior team during the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
- He made his senior international debut in a friendly match against Qatar in 2021. He scored his debut senior international goal in the same match.
- He scored his second senior international goal against Turkey in the semi-finals of the World Cup qualification play-offs on 24 March 2022. He scored the first goal and assisted Diogo Jota in the 3-1 win.
Who is Otavio Wife?
Otavio is a married man. He is married to Diandra Machado. The couple shares two children together, a son, and a daughter. More details about his personal life will be updated here.
What is Otavio Height?
Otavio stands at the height of 1.72 m i.e. 5 ft and 8 inches tall. He has a body weight of around 65 kg. He has an athletic body build. His eye color is brown and his hair color is dark brown. His sexual orientation is straight.
What is Otavio Salary and Net Worth?
Otavio is a Portuguese professional football player who currently plays for the Portuguese club, FC Porto. Having started his professional football career at Internacional in 2012, he signed with Porto in 2014. He also spent a loan spell at Vitoria before returning to Porto in 2016. His income comes from contracts, salaries, and endorsements. His salary and net worth details will be updated soon.
Trivias About Otavio You Need To Know.
- He credits manager Dunga for helping him overcome his weight problems.
- As a youth, he played for Brazil's U-20 team.