Gokhan Inler

Birth date 27 Jun 1984 (30 years)
Nationality Switzerland Switzerland
Height 181 cm
Position Midfielder
Team history
SSC Napoli 2011 - present
Udinese 2007 - 2011
FC Zurich 2006 - 2007
FC Aarau 2005 - 2006
Schalke 2004 - 2005

Gokhan Inler is a Swiss international football player of Turkish origin who currently features for the Italian Serie A club Udinese. He plays as a central defender.

Gokhan Inler started his professional club football career at Swiss giants FC Basel. He was part of the first team for them in the 2004-2005 season and moved to FC Aarau in 2005. After one season there he moved to Swiss club FC Zurich, where he scored thrice in 52 league matches and established himself.

In 2007 Inler was signed by Udinese and was immediately inducted into the starting xi. He has become one of the most renowned midfielders in Italian football and is reportedly linked with a number of top Italian football clubs.

Gokhan Inler made his international debut for Swizerland on September 2,2006 against Venezuela and has become a regular for his nation.

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