Paulo Manuel Carvalho de Sousa is a former Portuguese footballer who played as a defensive midfielder and is a current coach. He was a member of the “Portugal Golden Generation“. Starting his career at Benfica, he also represented Sporting in his country, where he amassed Primeira Liga totals of 117 games and six goals in five years, and appeared with the national team in one World Cup and two European Championships. From there onwards, Sousa competed mainly in Italy and in Germany, winning the Champions League with Juventus and Borussia Dortmund and the Intercontinental Cup with the latter. His later career was severely hindered by injuries. In the late 2000s, Sousa took up coaching, managing several clubs in England, Wales, and other countries and winning national championships with Maccabi Tel Aviv and Basel.
Where was Paulo Sousa born? Paulo Sousa’s Parents
Paulo Manuel Carvalho de Sousa was born on August 30, 1970, to Maria Madalena Sousa and Delfim Silva Sousa. He was born in Viseu, Portugal. Regarding his nationality, he holds Portuguese citizenship and was born to Portuguese parents. There is no information about his parents, and it seems he is a single child.
Who is Paulo Sousa married to?
Personal information about the former footballer, Paulo Sousa is not disclosed yet. However, he is married to Cristina Mohler.
Paulo Sousa’s Net Worth
The former national footballer-turned-coach Paul did not disclose his earnings, but we expect them to be in the millions.