Serge Gnabry is a 25 years old professional footballer from Germany.
He plays for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Germany national team as a winger.
He is one of the best football wingers in his generation.
Serge was born on 14th July 1995 in Stuttgart, Germany.
His father was also professional football player Jean-Hermann Gnabry.
He was passionate about football from the very beginning as he saw his dad play and he wanted to become like him.
From a very young age of 12, he played with legends and a number of football stars and got training under them.
SERGE GNABRY | Career
Serge was just four years old when he joined his first club in 1999 he was in TSV Weissach.
In 2000 he joined TSF Ditzingen, he stayed there for one year.
Later he joined GSV Hemmingen in 2001 and in 2003 he changed his club again and joined SpVgg Feuerbach.
In 2005 he joined Stuttgarter kickers and spent one year and then moved to VfB Stuttgart and there he played for almost 5 years.
He went to the Arsenal youth team in 2011 and he a made total of 18 appearances and scored one goal.
Later in 2015, he joined West Bromwich and after a year he made a Premier League appearance and two League Cup appearances.
In 2016 he made total of 27 appearances and scored 11 goals for Werder Bremen.
Then later in 2017, he was transferred to 1899 Hoffenheim and there he scored a total of 10 goals and played 26 matches.
After his amazing performance, he joined Bayern Munich in 2018 and till now he has made 133 appearances and a scored total of 42 goals.
Serge Gnabry has played for Germany national team and had represented his team at many levels including under-16, under-17, and under-18 level and in 2017 he became the part of under-21
On 4 November 2016, he was chosen to be part of senior team of German for the Summer Olympics in Rio.
He made his debut and even scored a goal in his first match against Mexico. In the tournament, Gnabry scored a total of six goals and became the top scorer.
Later next year Bayern Munich announced the signing of Gnabry on a three-year deal.
He made his debut against San Marino and scored three goals in the 2018 World Cup.