Alisha Lehmann is a Swiss professional footballer who plays for WSL team Aston Villa and the Swiss National Women’s team. She has scored 38 goals in her career so far, since 2016. In 27 appearances for Aston Villa she has scored three goals. For Switzerland, she has made 34 appearances, scoring seven goals.
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Douglas Luiz is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for Aston Villa and the Brazil National team. He is a defensive midfielder and has made 116 appearances for Aston Villa, since joining them in 2019 from Manchester City. For Brazil, he has made nine appearances but has not been selected for their World Cup squad.
Why is Alisha Lehmann more famous than her boyfriend?
Alisha Lehmann has 9.1 million followers on her Instagram account. Her salary as a WSL player may not be as much as her boyfriend, Douglas Luiz, but her earnings from sponsorship deals far outweigh his. As per reports, Lehmann earns huge amounts of money from her sponsorships with EA and Adidas. In a recent interview, she compared her footballing abilities with Douglas Luiz.
On being asked who is a better footballer, both put each other’s name forward. Lehmann’s latest goal came in Aston Villa’s shock win over Manchester City Women’s side. This was on September 18th, and the forward has failed to score since.
What is Alisha Lehmann’s Age?
Alisha Lehmann was born on 21st January 1999 and is 23 years old. She started her youth career at FC Konolfingen, before moving to BSC YB Frauen. While at the Swiss club, she earned her first senior contract. The Swiss national team player scored 25 goals in 52 appearances at the club, which earned her a move to West Ham. She was then loaned out to Everton, before making a permanent move to Aston Villa.
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— Aston Villa Women (@AVWFCOfficial) September 28, 2022
Douglas Luiz, 28, is a defensive midfielder and a regular starter for Aston Villa. He was heavily linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer, but the deal collapsed. Arsenal did not agree with Villa’s $56 million valuation for the Brazilian. Luiz was set to play for Manchester City before his move to Villa, but a work permit issue meant he had to stay loaned at Girona. He then signed for Villa in 2019.