Shola Shoretire is an English footballer who recently signed with Manchester United Club and played as a Premier League player. Shola has been named Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year for 2020/21.

Shola is known for his acting skills and has gained many fans. He started playing for Manchester United’s Under-19 team. He had a hat-trick against Blackburn, which made him popular among fans.

Quick Info 
Full NameShola Maxwell Shoretire
Date Of Birth2004, February 2
Birth PlaceNewcastle
Parent(s)N/A
OccupationFootballer
Age17 Years Old
Body Measurement
Height5 Feet 6 Inch
Weight73kg
NationalityEnglish
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
Zodiac SignAquarius
EthnicityBlack
Martial StatusUnmarried
Wife(s)/Partner(s)N/A
ChildrenN/A
Net Worth £83,200

Shola Shoretire Early Life

Shola was born on February 2, 2004, in Newcastle upon Tyne to his Nigerian parents. He is of Nigerian descent but later moved to England and joined the youth establishment of England. When Shola was young, he played for Whitley Boys Club, Newcastle City Juniors, Wallsend Boys Club, and Hebburn and Cramlington Juniors. In December 2018, Shola became the youngest player to ever appear in the UEFA Youth League at 314 days. Seeing his impressive performance, coach Neil Wood made his first debut at the age of 16, where he scored a hat-trick against Blackburn, which made it possible for people to get to know him.

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Shola Shoretire Career

Shhoretire signed his first contract with Manchester United on February 8, 2021, a week after turning 17 years old. On February 21, 2021, he played for his first team at United as a replacement for Marcus Rashford in the 88th minute of a home league game against Newcastle United. Four days later, Shola became the youngest player in United to emerge from the European competition, replacing Mason Greenwood in a 0-0 home game against Real Sociedad in the UEFA Europa League at the age of 17 and 23 days, beating a record set by Norman Whiteside 38 years earlier in 108 days.

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For his role with the youth teams, Shhoretire was named Jimmy Murphy Young Player of the Year in 2020/21. Born in England to a Nigerian mother and a British mother, Shoretire was qualified to represent both countries at the international level. In August 2019, Shoretire represented England under 16 against the Republic of Ireland. On March 29, 2021, Shhoretire played for the England Under-18 national team in a 2–0 win over Wales U18’s at Leckwith Stadium in Cardiff. On September 2, 2021, Shoretire made his debut for the U19s in England when he won 2-0 at the Italy U19s in St. Louis. George’s Park.

 

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Shola Shoretire Personal Life

Shola enjoys a single life. He is dedicated to his work, which we see on social media. The young athlete is more self-motivated than he is. But Shola is not very comfortable with his private life and chooses to keep it a secret. Shola’s previous relationship is less well known. He is too young to have such things. His progress in football shows how dedicated he is to it. Many clubs and sponsors are already looking for him in the coming seasons.

Shola Shoretire
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Shola Shoretire Net worth

Shola is a professional footballer, and playing in such a competitive league means he was making good money. Playing for such a world-famous club Manchester United, which is likely to find sponsors and opportunities in the coming years. Shola is still young, and his net worth will be pushed soon next year. Currently, Shola earns £ 1,600 a week and earns £ 83,200 annually, a good year ahead of him. Shola current contract expires on June 30, 2023. He has been promoting Addidas Shoes.

 

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Shola Shoretire Socials

Shola is very popular on Instagram and has a large following. He posts about training and other gains in his career. He has 295K followers on Instagram. His Instagram account goes through sholashoretire.

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