Juan Bernat Velasco is a professional football player from Spain. As of 2021, he plays for Paris Saint-German. Other teams that he has played for include Bayern Munich, Valencia, and Valencia B. Bernat also plays for the Spanish National Team, representing the country in international football matches. He plays Left-Back.

He was a part of the Spanish National Football Team that won the Under-19 event at the 2012 UEFA Championships held in Estonia.

Player Profile and Personal Life

Juan Bernat Velasco was born on March 1, 1993. His hometown is Cullera, Spain, He stands 170 centimeters tall and his listed weight is 67 kilograms. He mainly plays with his left foot and he holds the position of left-back and defender.

Team Paris Saint-Germain FC Paris Saint-Germain FC
Position Defender
Height / weight 1.77 m / 67 kg
Born 1 Mar 1993
Nationality Spain Spain
Number 14
Team History
Paris Saint-Germain FC Paris SG 2018 - present
FC Bayern Munich Bayern 2014 - 2018
Valencia CF Valencia 2011 - 2014
Valencia CF Mestalla 2011 - 2012

He grew up in Cullera and was a product of the Valencian youth system. His youth career started in 2000 and extended to 2011. He made his senior career debut in 2011.

Senior Career

At 17, Bernat Velasco made his senior career debut. He started with Valencia in their Segunda B Division. He appeared 24 times for Valencia B and appeared 51 times for Valencia. In total, he played for Valencia from 2011 to 2014.

In July 2014, he signed with Bayern Munich and debuted for the team in August of the same year. It was also with Munich that Bernat Velasco played in his first Bundesliga match.

In 2014, he was named to the Top 20 of Boot’s Talent Rader Young Players.

Paris Saint-German

When his contract with Munich was up, Bernat Velasco signed with Paris Saint-German for a three-year deal. He was taken on to replace Yuri Berchiche. While with PSG, he played in in the Ligue 1. He was also a part of the team that won the Coupe de France and the Trophee des Champions.

In the 2019-2020 season, PSG was the runner-up for the UEFA Champions League.

National Team History

2009 - Spain U162009-2010 - Spain U172012 - Spain U192013 - Spain U202013-2014 - Spain U212014 – Spain

Championships Record

Bayern Munich
2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18 - Bundesliga
2015–16 - DFB-Pokal
2016, 2018 - DFL-Supercup

Paris Saint-Germain
2018–19, 2019–20 - Ligue 1
2019–20 - Coupe de France
2019 - Trophée des Champions
2019–20 - UEFA Champions League runner-up

Spain U17
2010 - UEFA European Under-17 Championship runner-up

Spain U19
2012 – UEFA European Under-19 Championship

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