Lass Diarra

Lassana Diarra is a French midfielder who currently plays for . He was born on 10th March 1985 and although he has played as an attacker and a right-back, he has made his career as a defensive midfielder. He youth career kicked off when he joined Le Havre in 2003. Over the next seven years he would play for Chelsea, Arsenal, Portsmouth and Real Madrid. Winning two FA Cups, one Spanish league title and the Copa del Rey in 2011. Anzhi Makhachkala in Russia followed, and he moved to Lokomotiv Moscow in 2013. Things turned in the capital and he was dismissed by the club after he refused to turn up to training. That led to a move in 2015 to Marseille, where he would turn his career around. One of the best players of the 2015/16 campaign, he won back his place in the France squad, winning a place in Didier Deschamps Euro2016 squad before injury ruled him out. Another disagreement led to speculation that he’d leave OM in the summer of 2016, but nothing materialised.

 Position:
Defensive Midfielder
  Country:
France
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
París
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Lass Diarra

 Position:
Defensive Midfielder
  Country:
France
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
París
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Lassana Diarra is a French midfielder who currently plays for . He was born on 10th March 1985 and although he has played as an attacker and a right-back, he has made his career as a defensive midfielder. He youth career kicked off when he joined Le Havre in 2003. Over the next seven years he would play for Chelsea, Arsenal, Portsmouth and Real Madrid. Winning two FA Cups, one Spanish league title and the Copa del Rey in 2011. Anzhi Makhachkala in Russia followed, and he moved to Lokomotiv Moscow in 2013. Things turned in the capital and he was dismissed by the club after he refused to turn up to training. That led to a move in 2015 to Marseille, where he would turn his career around. One of the best players of the 2015/16 campaign, he won back his place in the France squad, winning a place in Didier Deschamps Euro2016 squad before injury ruled him out. Another disagreement led to speculation that he’d leave OM in the summer of 2016, but nothing materialised.