Born in Tulle, France on September 10, 1985. French professional soccer player and Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielney has an estimated net worth of $18 million. He made his debut career with amateur and youth clubs such as Brive, Tulle Corrèze and Limoges. He then joined Guingamp in 2003 and had his first appearance a year later. He went on to join Tours in the third tier of the French league in 2007 and was honored the Ligue 2 Team of the Season. In 2009, he moved to Ligue 1 team Lorient with a €1.7 million transfer and his talent was discovered there by Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger. He was eventually transferred to Arsenal in 2010 and got elected as Wenger’s most effective signing of 2010–11 after his good start at the club. Together with the club, he won two FA Cup titles in a row. Internationally, he has played for the French national team since 2011 and participated in the 2012 UEFA Euro and the 2014 World Cup. Before joining France, he was also able to play for Poland because of his family ancestry. Individually, Laurent Koscielney was honored Premier League Team of the Season in the 2013-14 season.