Adil Rami

Adil Rami is a French central defender, who plays for Fenerbahçe and was born 27th December 1985. Rami who was a late developer, only played football as a part time hobby at is his local club Frejus, working in a flower shop as well to earn a decent living. Miraculously he signed for Lille, jumping three division to Ligue 1 in 2006. It wasn’t until 2007 where he made his first team impact making his first start in May. After that almost an undisputed starter for 4 years and winning the league and domestic cup with Lille, he moved to Spain with La Liga side Valencia. Lille turned a nice profit on Rami, after signing him for free to selling him for €10 million. He was a regular at Valencia until he made a comment on Valencia’s local radio station, in which he talked negatively about teammates and the manager at the time Miroslav Djukic. He was fined a club record fine of €275,000. After this dispute he was given permission to train with AC Milan, he signed for Milan on loan originally but he signed for the club permanently in the summer. His time in Italy was short however as he returned to Spanish football this time with Sevilla, signing a four year contract on an undisclosed fee.

 Position:
Central Defender
  Country:
France
  Age:
34
  Birth Place:
Bastia
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Adil Rami

 Position:
Central Defender
  Country:
France
  Age:
34
  Birth Place:
Bastia
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Adil Rami is a French central defender, who plays for Fenerbahçe and was born 27th December 1985. Rami who was a late developer, only played football as a part time hobby at is his local club Frejus, working in a flower shop as well to earn a decent living. Miraculously he signed for Lille, jumping three division to Ligue 1 in 2006. It wasn’t until 2007 where he made his first team impact making his first start in May. After that almost an undisputed starter for 4 years and winning the league and domestic cup with Lille, he moved to Spain with La Liga side Valencia. Lille turned a nice profit on Rami, after signing him for free to selling him for €10 million. He was a regular at Valencia until he made a comment on Valencia’s local radio station, in which he talked negatively about teammates and the manager at the time Miroslav Djukic. He was fined a club record fine of €275,000. After this dispute he was given permission to train with AC Milan, he signed for Milan on loan originally but he signed for the club permanently in the summer. His time in Italy was short however as he returned to Spanish football this time with Sevilla, signing a four year contract on an undisclosed fee.