Enis Bardhi, born 2 July 1995, from Skopje, North Macedonia is a Macedonian professional footballer. Enis plays as an attacking midfielder for Spanish club Levante UD and the North Macedonia national team. And he’s of Albanian heritage.
Full name Enis Bardhi
Date of birth 2 July 1995 (age 24)
Place of birth Skopje, North Macedonia
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
Playing position(s) Attacking midfielder
Current team Levante
17/18 – Újpest FC
14/15 – Prespa Birlik
13/14 – Broendby IF U19
13/14 – FC Shkupi
Enis Bardhi was Born in Skopje, and he started his early career at Skupi F.C, and then, later on, he became part of K.F Albarsa where he played 2 seasons for the first team at the 3rd Macedonian division by showing tremendous talent and after successful years there Bardhi joined Brøndby IF’s youth setup in 2013, from FK Shkupi. In November of that same year, however, he agreed to a one-year deal with Swedish Football Division 2 club KSF Prespa Birlik.
So,Bardhi played ten matches and scored five goals for the club during his period there at the club, helping in their narrow escape from relegation.
In August 2014, Bardhi moved to a Hungarian club called Ujpest on trial and signed a three-year contract late in that month.
On 17 July 2017, Bardhi agreed to a three-year deal with La Liga side Levante UD for an estimated €1.5 million. He made his La Liga debut on 21 August, starting in a 1–0 home win against Villarreal CF
Consequently, On 26 August 2017 Bardhi scored his first goal in the top tier, netting his team’s first goal through a direct free kick in a 2–2 home draw against Deportivo de La Coruña.
Because of his performance In the 2018-19 season, Bardhi cemented himself as a first-team regular, making 36 appearances in the league.
Bardhi, born in Macedonia and ethnic Albanian, was eligible to represent either Macedonia or Albania. Bardhi desired to represent Albania, “stating that he doesn’t believe there is an Albanian born in Skopje, with Albanian families, who would not want to play for Albania”. Redi Jupi, who was appointed as scouting manager for the Albanian Football Association, never approached Bardhi or respond to Bardhi’s managers call out.
Because Macedonia was showing genuine interest and Bardhi viewing the FSHF handling of the situation and response as unprofessional, accepted the call-up for Macedonia.
However, Jetmir Salihu, a representative, dismissed Bardhi’s claim, who unveiled all the messages between him and the player. He replied that Bardhi was never interested to come to Albania in the first place. He also accused the player of trying to damage the image of Albanian Football Association with the aim to be seen as a hero to Albanian people, stating:
“Since 2010 I’ve had hundreds of such cases, footballers that have refused the national team and in the end, they came out with such statements because they want to make FSHF guilty so they can win the sympathy of Albanians.”
Bardhi represented Macedonia at under-17, under-19, and under-21 levels before making his full international debut on 27 March 2015. Coming on as a first-half substitute for Artim Položani in a 1–2 UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying home loss against Belarus.
Enis revealed nothing about his private life but is focused on his footballing career
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Net Worth and annual salary
Weekly Salary €12,500
Yearly. €,1.5 million