Geoffrey Edwin Kondogbia is a professional footballer who plays for Spanish club Valencia CF and the Central African Republic national team as a defensive midfielder. He can also play as a central defender or left back. He started his career at Lens, then signed with Sevilla at the age of 19. In 2013 he was bought by Monaco for €20 million, and then by Inter Milan for €31 million two years later. Kondogbia earned 57 caps for France across its youth levels, before making his debut for the senior team in 2013. In August 2018, he was cap-tied to the Central African Republic by switching his allegiance, and made his debut for its national team in an official match shortly after.
About Geoffrey Kondogbia
Defensive midfielder who won the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup representing France. At the club level, he has played for Racing Club de Lens, Sevilla FC, Valencia CF and others.
He joined RC Lens' youth system at the age of 11.
He received a two-match ban for sarcastically applauding the referee during a February 2014 loss to ACF Fiorentina.
His older brother is soccer player Evans Kondogbia.
He has played with Jaume Domenech at Valencia.
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