Mathieu Flamini was born on March 7, 1984 in Marseille. Originally from Guagno in South Corsica, he is an international footballer trained at the Olympique de Marseille and a businessman. First of all, he is the wealthiest footballer in the world. However, it has not been enriched by football, but by green chemistry. The Arsenal player is indeed the co-owner of a biochemistry company.
Mathieu Flamini trained at Olympique de Marseille, made his debut in the first team in 2003 and remained with OM until the end of the season. Not yet professional, he flew away in the summer of 2004 among the controversies on the Arsenal side to join Arsène Wenger’s “French Team”. There, he gradually won the English Cup in 2005 and became indispensable in the Gunners’ midfield. He took his team to the Champions League final in Paris, which he lost to FC Barcelona. After a brief spell with the U-21 side, Flamini made his first selection with Les Bleus in February 2007.