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Dimitri Payet
Payet April 2016.jpeg
Payet playing for West Ham United in 2016
Personal information
Full name Dimitri Payet[1]
Date of birth (1987-03-29) 29 March 1987 (age 34)
Place of birth Saint-Pierre, Réunion
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[2]
Position(s) Attacking midfielder / Winger
Club information
Current team
Number 10
Youth career
1995–1998 Saint-Philippe
1998–1999 Saint-Pierroise
1999–2003 Le Havre
2003–2004 AS Excelsior
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2004–2005 AS Excelsior 36 (12)
2005–2007 Nantes 33 (5)
2007–2011 Saint-Étienne 129 (19)
2011–2013 Lille 71 (18)
2013–2015 Marseille 72 (15)
2015–2017 West Ham United 48 (11)
2017– Marseille 127 (28)
National team
2007–2008 France U21 12 (4)
2010– France 38 (8)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17 April 2021
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 11 October 2018

Dimitri Payet (French pronunciation: ​[dimitʁi pajɛt];[3] born 29 March 1987) is a French professional footballer who plays for Ligue 1 club Olympique de Marseille and the France national team. A set-piece specialist, known for his accurate, bending free kicks,[4] he primarily plays as an attacking midfielder, and is described as a player who is "blessed with terrific technique and dribbling skills".[5]

Payet was born on the French island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean, where he began his career playing for local clubs Saint-Philippe and Saint-Pierroise. In 1999, he moved to metropolitan France, joining Le Havre. Payet spent four years at the club before returning home to spend two years playing for AS Excelsior in the Réunion Premier League. In 2005, he joined FC Nantes and, after a successful 2006–07 season, joined AS Saint-Étienne on a four-year contract. With Saint-Étienne, Payet played in European competition for the first time after featuring in the 2008–09 edition of the UEFA Europa League. In the 2010–11 season, he won the UNFP Player of the Month award for September after scoring three goals and helping Saint-Étienne reach first place in the league table. Following the season, in June 2011, Payet joined the defending champions Lille signing a four-year contract. He had two years there and a further two at Olympique de Marseille before moving abroad to join West Ham United. In 2017 he moved back to France to join his old team, Marseille.

Payet is a French international. From 2007 to 2008, he represented his country at under-21 level, making eleven appearances and scoring four goals. In 2010, he was called up to the senior team by manager Laurent Blanc for the first time. Payet made his international debut on 9 October 2010 in a UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying match against Romania, appearing as a substitute. He was a member of the French squad that reached the final of UEFA Euro 2016.

Club career

Early career

Payet was born in Saint-Pierre on the island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean and began his career at local club AS Saint-Philippe.[6] While at the club as a youth, he was described by coaches as "a kid who stood out from his comrades" and, after three years of development training, moved to one of the best clubs on the island, JS Saint-Pierroise.[7] After only a year at Saint-Pierroise, Payet was signed by professional club Le Havre in metropolitan France, with whom his club shared a mutual partnership. Le Havre also recruited former Saint-Pierroise players Florent Sinama Pongolle and Guillaume Hoarau during this period.[6]

While at Le Havre, Payet endured a tumultuous four years. While training at the club, he was accused of having a difficult character and displaying a lack of motivation.[8] The accusations ultimately led to his departure in 2003 as Payet returned to Réunion to sign with AS Excelsior. He spent only a year and a half at Excelsior playing in the Réunion Premier League before being signed in January 2005 by Nantes who sought to give the player another opportunity to prove himself on the mainland. Payet signed a two-year amateur deal with the club; however, Nantes were given the option of terminating the contract after six months.[8]


Upon his arrival at Nantes, Payet was inserted onto the club's reserve team in the Championnat de France amateur, the fourth level of football in France. In the 2005–06 season, Payet quickly established himself as one of the best players on the reserve team. He impressed with the team in 22 matches scoring six goals and was described by the club's reserve team coach Stéphane Moreau as a "talented player despite his natural indifference".[9][10] His influential play with the team resulted in the player being called up to the senior team in December 2005 by manager Serge Le Dizet. Payet made his professional debut on 19 December in a league match against Bordeaux appearing as a substitute in a 0–0 draw.[11] After the winter break, Payet remained with the senior team and scored his first professional goal in a 4–1 win over Metz. The midfielder appeared as a substitute in the match and had been on the field for no more than two minutes before netting the goal.[12] After appearing in a league match against Toulouse on 4 February, Payet was relegated back to the reserve team for the rest of the season.[13]

Ahead of the 2006–07 season, Payet signed a three-year professional contract with Nantes. He was officially promoted to the senior team and assigned the number 31 shirt by Le Dizet. After appearing as a substitute in the first two matches of the season, Payet made his first professional start on 9 September 2006 in a league match against Lille. In the match, he scored the equalizing goal in a 1–1 draw.[14] Two weeks later, Payet started again and scored the opening goal in a 2–1 win against Marseille.[15] Payet, subsequently, appeared as a starter for the rest of the campaign. He scored his only other goal during the season in a 1–1 draw with Sedan.[16] One dark spot during the campaign was a straight red card in an embarrassing 5–2 loss to Valenciennes.[17] Despite the successful individual season by Payet, Nantes ultimately finished the season in 19th place and were relegated, which meant the club would play in Ligue 2 for the first time since 1963.


Following Nantes' relegation, Payet's desire to remain in the first division led the player to issuing a transfer request. The player was, subsequently, linked with Sochaux and Saint-Étienne. Payet ultimately decided to sign with Les Verts, stating the move to the club was a "straightforward logical answer" and that Saint-Étienne "can offer me the opportunity to play, which is a priority."[18] Payet ultimately succeeded in getting the move after agreeing to a four-year contract with the club ahead of the 2007–08 season. Nantes was compensated €4 million for the player.[10]

In his first season at Saint-Étienne, Payet struggled to assert himself into the team. He made his club debut on 4 August 2007 in a 1–1 draw with Monaco. Despite being a starter for the majority of the campaign, Payet scored no goals and also failed to provide any assists. In a reversal of fortune, despite Payet's sub-par season, Saint-Étienne finished in fifth place, which meant qualification to the UEFA Cup. In the 2008–09 season, Payet return to the form that resulted in Saint-Étienne signing the player. Prior to the start of the season, he was given the honour of captaining Saint-Étienne in a friendly match against the Réunion national team in the player's return to the island.[19] Payet appeared in 30 league matches scoring four goals and supplying six assists in the season. He scored his first league goal for the club on 29 September 2008 in a 1–1 draw with Bordeaux, netting the opener.[20] In December 2008, he scored the game-winning goal against his former club Le Havre.[21]

Payet featured in European competition for the first time after playing in the 2008–09 edition of the UEFA Cup. He made his debut in the competition on 18 September in the first leg of the team's first round tie against Israeli club Hapoel Tel Aviv. On his debut, he scored the opening goal in a 2–1 win.[22] In the group stage, Payet scored a goal in a 3–1 win over Danish club Copenhagen.[23] In the knockout rounds, Payet was instrumental to the team's 5–2 aggregate victory over Greek club Olympiacos. In the first leg, he assisted on a goal in a 3–1 win, while in the second leg, he netted the opener in 2–1 positive result.[24][25] Saint-Étienne were eliminated from the competition in the next round by German club Werder Bremen, losing 3–2 on aggregate. Payet appeared as a substitute in both legs. Due to focusing its efforts on performing well in four competitions, Saint-Étienne finished one spot short of relegation in the league. On 22 July 2009, Payet signed a two-year contract extension with the club until 2013.[26]

In the 2009–10 season, Payet remained consistent appearing in 35 league matches scoring two goals and providing six assists. He also performed well in the cup competitions, particularly in the Coupe de France. On 24 January 2010, he scored a double in 4–1 victory over Lorient.[27] Two weeks later, he scored the winner against Vannes.[28] Saint-Étienne ultimately reached the quarter-finals losing to Lens. On 18 May 2010, Payet was involved in a physical altercation with teammate and captain Blaise Matuidi during the team's 1–0 defeat to Toulouse.[29] Midway through the first half, Payet received criticism from teammate Yohan Benalouane for displaying a lack of aggression. He was then confronted by Matuidi, who echoed Benalouane's sentiments. Payet and Matuidi suddenly went face-to-face with the former player delivering a blow to Matuidi's head before the two were separated by referee Bruno Coue and teammates.[30] As a result of the incident, Payet was substituted out after 31 minutes and sanctioned by club president Roland Romeyer.[31] Payet apologized for the incident shortly after. On 6 October 2010, following both Payet and Matuidi's call up to the national team, Payet described the incident as "an argument that had no place" and that "the incident was explained and the two were on new ground." Matuidi described the altercation as a "lack of maturity" on both players part.[32]

After the summer, Payet put the past behind him and opened the 2010–11 season by scoring seven goals in the first two months of domestic play. On 7 August 2010, he scored in the team's opening 3–1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.[33] On 29 August 2010, Payet scored his first professional hat-trick in a 3–1 victory over Lens.[34] After the international break, he scored a double against Montpellier.[35] On 25 September, Payet delivered a perfect free-kick goal in the team's Derby du Rhône match against Lyon. The free-kick, described by local media as "superb and untouchable," was the only goal in the team's upset victory.[36][37] The win placed Saint-Étienne in first place for the week. For his performances, Payet was awarded the UNFP Player of the Month award for September. Due to his performances domestically and international, Payet drew interest from several clubs, notably English clubs Chelsea and Liverpool.[38] In January 2011, he was linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain as the Parisian club looked to immediately replace the departed Stéphane Sessègnon. Payet sought for the move, but Saint-Étienne refused. Ahead of the closure of the transfer window, a frustrated Payet failed to show up to training in an effort to force the transfer.[39] After returning to the team days later, Payet was demoted to the club's reserve team ahead of the team's league match against Montpellier on 5 February 2011.[40]

Payet returned to Saint-Étienne's line-up for the following match against Lyon on 12 February. In his last 14 matches of 2010–11, Payet scored five goals and also registered a further three assists.[41] He ended the season with 13 goals, making him Les Verts' top scorer.[42]


Payet playing for Lille in August 2012
Payet playing for Lille in August 2012

On 28 June 2011, Saint-Étienne manager Christophe Galtier confirmed that Payet was on the verge of signing with the defending league champions Lille after the player himself informed him the previous day.[43] Hours later, the move was confirmed by both Saint-Étienne and Lille.[44][45] Payet agreed to a four-year contract, while the transfer fee was priced at €9 million with future incentives to be included later.[46]

Payet debuted for Lille in a 5–4 Trophée des Champions loss to Marseille at the Grand Stade de Tanger in Morocco on 27 July 2011. His Ligue 1 debut for the club came in the 2011–12 season opener against Nancy on 6 August. On 15 October, Payet scored his first goal for the club in a 3–1 win at Auxerre.[47] Three days later, Payet made his UEFA Champions League debut as a 62nd-minute substitute for Benoît Pedretti in Lille's 1–0 home loss to Italian club Internazionale.[48]

Payet ended his first season at Lille with six goals and six assists, starting in 23 of the team's 38 league matches.[41]

In his second season at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy, after the sale of Eden Hazard to Chelsea, Payet established himself as a regular in Lille's attack, starting all but one of the team's Ligue 1 matches.[41] At the season's winter break, Payet was recognised by the Ligue de Football Professionnel as the league's highest assist-maker, with 7 in the team's 19 matches.[49] He had also reached six goals at the halfway stage, having scored in each of Lille's three matches prior to the winter break.[41]

On 18 May 2013, Payet was named in the UNFP's Ligue 1 team of the season.[50] He ended the season as the league's joint-top assist-maker, alongside Mathieu Valbuena, with 12 goals created.[51] He also scored 12 league goals to register the second-highest scoring season of his career.[41]


Payet playing for Marseille in 2013
Payet playing for Marseille in 2013

On 27 June 2013, Marseille signed Payet for a fee in the region of €11 million. On his debut, he scored a brace within the first 15 minutes of the game, helping his side to a 3–1 victory over newcomers Guingamp at the Stade du Roudourou on 11 August.[52]

In his second and final season with Marseille, Payet made more successful through-balls than any other player, with the exception of Lionel Messi, in European football's top five leagues. He made almost twice as many key passes as any other player, and made 17 assists in 36 league appearances, topping the Ligue 1 assist charts. Payet credited his excellent 2014–2015 Marseille season which transformed his career to Marcelo Bielsa, who was appointed the head coach of Marseille on a two-year contract in May 2014. I clicked with him," he later told L'Équipe. "He made me more mature and consistent. He put order into my game. I still have his advice in my head."[53][54] The key, according to Jan Van Winckel (who was Bielsa's assistant during the 2014–2015 season), was giving him the pivotal No. 10 role and making him the focal point of attacks.[54]

"Bielsa was the first to recognise that Dimitri is a playmaker and not a winger. Dimitri is probably the best player in the world, together with Andrés Iniesta, with his back to the goal. He is so technically gifted and agile that it is almost impossible to get the ball from him. It is no coincidence that Dimi scored against Romania (at the Euro 2016 finals in France) when he was playing in a central role."

Jan van Winckel


On 17 May 2015, he was named in the Ligue 1 Team of the Season by the UNFP for the second time.[55]

West Ham United

Payet taking on compatriot Gaël Clichy of Manchester City in January 2016
Payet taking on compatriot Gaël Clichy of Manchester City in January 2016
Payet in West Ham colours, January 2016
Payet in West Ham colours, January 2016

On 26 June 2015, Payet joined Premier League club West Ham United on a five-year contract, with the option for an extra 12 months. The transfer fee West Ham paid to Marseille was reported to be £10.7 million.[53][54] Payet had not intended to leave Marseille in the summer of 2015.[56] Rather, his sale was subject to Marseille's concern with financial stability after the sale of players such as Florian Thauvin and Giannelli Imbula had stalled.[57] On 9 August, he made his Premier League debut against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium and provided the free kick assist for Cheikhou Kouyaté to head in the opening goal of a 2–0 win.[58] Six days later, he scored his first goal for the team, albeit in a 1–2 home defeat to Leicester City.[59] Payet scored twice against Newcastle in a 2–0 win at the Boleyn Ground on 14 September.[60] On 9 November, he was ruled out with an injury for an estimated three months after damaging his ankle in a tough challenge from Everton's James McCarthy in a 1–1 home draw on 7 November.[61] He scored his first goal from his return from injury in a 3–1 comeback win against AFC Bournemouth on 12 January 2016, equalising with a curling hit free-kick that went in off the underside of the crossbar, which was praised by several pundits.[62] His Man of the Match performance received a standing ovation from West Ham fans as he was substituted in the 78th minute for Alex Song.[63]

In February 2016, Payet signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract with West Ham that would pay him £125,000 a week, committing him to the club until the summer of 2021.[54][64] That March, Payet was named the Premier League Player of the Year at the 2016 London Football Awards.[65] On 13 March, he scored a free kick, described by some journalists as "sublime" and "spectacular", from 35 yards (32 m) as West Ham drew 1–1 at Old Trafford against Manchester United in an FA Cup quarter-final.[66][67]

Following an outstanding first season in English football, Payet was named Premier League Player of the Year at the London Football Awards in March[68] and shortlisted by the Premier League for the 2016 PFA Players' Player of the Year Award.[69] In May 2016, Payet became the 38th recipient of the West Ham United Player of the Year award.[70]

Return to Marseille

Payet captaining Marseille in a UEFA Europa League clash with Red Bull Salzburg in 2018
Payet captaining Marseille in a UEFA Europa League clash with Red Bull Salzburg in 2018

After the takeover by American businessman Frank McCourt,[71] Marseille introduced their "OM Champions" Project, one that would be fueled by a new influx of talent.[72] This prompted the purchase of Morgan Sanson and Patrice Evra.[73][74] However, both the coaching staff and the Marseille board had been keen on bringing Payet back to the club since the beginning of 2017 January transfer window.[75]

On 12 January 2017, West Ham United manager Slaven Bilić announced that Payet no longer wanted to play for the club.[76] He then did not feature at all in the matchday squad on 14 January, despite no reported injuries.[77] At the London Stadium on that matchday, a mural installed in tribute to Payet winning Player of the Year was guarded by security in order to "prevent it being vandalised".[78] Payet was subsequently the subject of two bids from his previous club Marseille which were both rejected by West Ham. They stated that they did not want to sell the player, but would prefer him to apologise to fans and continue playing for the club.[79] On 29 January, West Ham accepted an offer of £25 million from Marseille for the transfer of Payet, marking a club record sale for West Ham.[80] The day after Payet completed his move to Marseille, his mural at the London Stadium was removed and replaced with one to commemorate Andy Carroll's bicycle kick goal against Crystal Palace scored earlier in the month.[81]

Payet made his second Marseille debut in a 2016–17 Coupe de France clash with Lyon on 31 January 2017, appearing as a substitute in extra time at the Stade Vélodrome as his new club won 2–1.[82] On 8 February, Payet scored his first goal since returning to OM in a 2–0 home victory over Guingamp.[83]

On 3 May 2018, Payet played in the Europa League semi-finals away to Red Bull Salzburg as Marseille played out a 1–2 away loss but secured a 3–2 aggregate win to secure a place in the 2018 UEFA Europa League Final.[84] During the Europa League Final against Atlético Madrid, Payet suffered a hamstring injury and was substituted in the 32nd minute of the first half, leaving the field in tears. Marseille would go on to lose 3–0.[85]

On 10 August 2018, during Marseille's 4–0 victory over Toulouse, Payet scored the first two goals of the 2018–19 Ligue 1 season, the second of which was a converted penalty awarded using video assistant refereeing (VAR) technology; the first usage of VAR in French football.[86]

International career

Payet in a friendly match against Armenia, October 2014
Payet in a friendly match against Armenia, October 2014


Payet is a former French under-21 international. He made his debut for the team in February 2007 in a friendly match against Switzerland, and assisted a Jérémy Ménez goal. In the team's ensuing match against Denmark, he scored a double in a 3–1 win.


Payet was called up to the senior national team for the first time by Laurent Blanc for the Euro 2012 qualifying matches against Romania and Luxembourg. He made his debut in the former on 9 October 2010, coming on as a substitute for Karim Benzema in the 86th minute and assisted Yoann Gourcuff's goal to make it 2–0.[87] Three days later, he came on for the last 30 minutes against Luxembourg and again assisted Gourcuff for a goal.[88]

Payet scored his first goal on 7 June 2015, coming on for Mathieu Valbuena in the 73rd minute to net France's third goal 16 minutes later, in a 4–3 home friendly defeat by Belgium.[89] Six days later, Payet was substituted at half-time in a 1–0 away friendly defeat by Albania.[54] Having been absent from the French squad since then, Payet was recalled in March 2016 for a squad to play the Netherlands and Russia.[90] His performance on 25 March in a 3–2 win against the Netherlands in Amsterdam was praised by manager Didier Deschamps. Payet hit the post with a second-half shot and created six chances, more than double any other player. He also had the most touches of any player, with 89.[91] Four days later, with his first touch after replacing Antoine Griezmann, he scored a 30-yard free kick against Russia and later assisted Kingsley Coman to confirm a 4–2 win.[92]

In May 2016, Payet was named in the France squad for Euro 2016.[93] He was named the Man of the Match for scoring a goal, laying on an assist, creating eight scoring chances and delivering 13 crosses in the opening match of Euro 2016, on 10 June, a 2–1 win for France against Romania. In that match, Olivier Giroud headed Payet's cross into the goal in the 57th minute and Payet scored France's second goal in the 89th minute — a curling and powerful left-footed shot into the top corner from 2 metres (2.2 yd) outside the penalty box.[94] In France's second group match against Albania on 15 June, Payet was again named the Man of the Match for creating six scoring chances for his teammates and supplying 17 crosses. In that match, Payet scored the second goal for France in a 2–0 win, the goal coming in the 96th minute.[95][96][97] On 3 July, he scored and assisted in a 5–2 quarter-final win over Iceland at the Stade de France, as the hosts advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament.[98] In the final of the tournament on 10 July, Payet was involved in a collision with Cristiano Ronaldo while attempting to challenge him for the ball, which resulted in an injury to the Portuguese forward and forced him off after 25 minutes of play. Payet was later substituted and Portugal eventually won the match 1–0 in extra time to lift the trophy.[99]

Payet sustained an injury during the 2018 UEFA Europa League Final, which resulted in him missing out on France's ultimately victorious 2018 FIFA World Cup squad.[100] Payet was not personally informed about his omission by manager Didier Deschamps; according to his mother, he "found out watching on television like everyone else, with the family."[101]

Personal life

During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Payet's club, Marseille were badly affected financially due to the cancellation of the 2019–20 season. As a result, several players accepted pay cuts in May 2020. Payet, the club's top earner, refused such a cut as he had a family to support.[102] In August 2020, Payet was one of five Marseille players who returned a positive test for COVID-19.[103]

Career statistics


As of match played 17 April 2021[41][104]

Club Season League Cup[nb 1] Europe[nb 2] Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
AS Excelsior 2004 Réunion Premier League 36 12 0 0 36 12
Nantes 2005–06 Ligue 1 3 1 0 0 3 1
2006–07 Ligue 1 30 4 1 0 31 4
Total 33 5 1 0 34 5
Saint-Étienne 2007–08 Ligue 1 31 0 0 0 31 0
2008–09 Ligue 1 30 4 2 0 10 3 42 7
2009–10 Ligue 1 35 2 6 3 41 5
2010–11 Ligue 1 33 13 1 0 34 13
Total 129 19 9 3 10 3 148 25
Lille 2011–12 Ligue 1 33 6 5 0 4 0 42 6
2012–13 Ligue 1 38 12 6 1 8 0 52 13
Total 71 18 11 1 12 0 94 19
Marseille 2013–14 Ligue 1 36 8 4 0 5 0 45 8
2014–15 Ligue 1 36 7 2 0 38 7
Total 72 15 6 0 5 0 83 15
West Ham United 2015–16 Premier League 30 9 7 3 1 0 38 12
2016–17 Premier League 18 2 4 1 0 0 22 3
Total 48 11 11 4 1 0 60 15
Marseille 2016–17 Ligue 1 15 4 2 1 17 5
2017–18 Ligue 1 31 6 2 1 14 3 47 10
2018–19 Ligue 1 31 4 2 0 5 2 38 6
2019–20 Ligue 1 22 9 5 3 27 12
2020–21 Ligue 1 28 5 2 1 6 2 36 8
Total 127 28 13 6 25 7 165 41
Career total 516 108 51 14 53 10 620 132


As of 11 October 2018[104]
National team Year Apps Goals
France 2010 3 0
2011 0 0
2012 0 0
2013 4 0
2014 4 0
2015 4 1
2016 17 7
2017 5 0
2018 1 0
Total 38 8

International goals

As of match played 11 November 2016. France score listed first, score column indicates score after each Payet goal.[104]
International goals by date, venue, opponent, score, result and competition
No. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 7 June 2015 Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France  Belgium 3–4 3–4 Friendly
2 29 March 2016  Russia 3–1 4–2
3 30 May 2016 Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes, France  Cameroon 3–2 3–2
4 10 June 2016 Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France  Romania 2–1 2–1 UEFA Euro 2016
5 15 June 2016 Stade Vélodrome, Marseille, France  Albania 2–0 2–0
6 3 July 2016 Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France  Iceland 3–0 5–2 UEFA Euro 2016
7 7 October 2016  Bulgaria 2–1 4–1 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
8 11 November 2016  Sweden 2–1 2–1


Mural at the London Stadium commemorating Payet being crowned Hammer of the Year for 2015–16; this was guarded after Payet's desire to leave West Ham was made public, and removed after he rejoined Marseille.
Mural at the London Stadium commemorating Payet being crowned Hammer of the Year for 2015–16; this was guarded after Payet's desire to leave West Ham was made public, and removed after he rejoined Marseille.


AS Excelsior





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