|Intro||French association football player|
|Is||Athlete Football player Association football player|
|Birth||11 November 1996, Chambray-lès-Tours, canton of Chambray-lès-Tours, arrondissement of Tours, Indre-et-Loire|
Adam Ounas (born 11 November 1996) is an Algerian footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Bordeaux in Ligue 1 and the Algeria national team.
Ounas was four years old when he joined the local club Tours FC encouraged by his father, a former goalkeeper, Hadji Ounas. He played for Tours FC for ten years before joining the U14 youth team of Châteauroux.
One year later, due to juvenile mistakes, he left Châteauroux and played for a small local club, Football Club Ouest Tourangeau 37 where Arnaud Vaillant, scout for Girondins de Bordeaux and Yannick Stopyra discovered him.
Girondins de Bordeaux
In April 2013, Ounas joined the Girondins de Bordeaux on a one-year contract and in April 2014, he signed a two-year trainee contract.
Ounas made his first-team debut for Bordeaux on 4 October 2015, being introduced in the 72nd minute and scoring the last goal in his club's 3–2 defeat away to Lorient. He started in the following match against Montpellier HSC before being substituted in the 59th minute and was introduced in the 77th minute of Bordeaux's 0-1 defeat to FC Sion in the Europa League on 22 October. On 25 October, Ounas scored his second Ligue 1 goal 11 minutes after having come on in the 67th minute helping his club to a 1–0 win over Troyes AC. In December, Bordeaux rewarded him with a professional contract running until June 2019.
Born in France to Algerian parents, Ounas is eligible to represent both countries internationally. After initially playing for the France under-20 team, he opted to change his allegiance to Algeria in October 2016. Shortly after the switch, Ounas was called up to the Algeria national football team for the first time for a 2018 World Cup qualifier against Nigeria.