Discover everything you want to know about Aaron Wan-Bissaka: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the English right back lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2019 the right back signed a contract with Manchester United that nets him a whopping salary of 5 Million Euro (4.4 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €13,661 (£12,356) per day and €569 (£515) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 12.6 years to earn the same as Spider earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English right back compared to his Manchester United teammates
The English defender graduated from Crystal Palace's academy and made his debut for the first-team during the 2017/18 season, since then he has made great strides and had his breakout season the following year, with only two years of professional football under his belt his net worth sits at 10 Million Euro (9 Million Pound). We are sure that this number is going to rise very quickly now that he is playing for Manchester United. All raw talent and with years to develop into one of the best wing-back's in the world the youngster has a market value upwards of €63 million (£58 million).
We haven't found any pictures of the defender with his immediate family but here is being mobbed by students in the assembly hall of Good Shepherd primary school near Croydon, the same place where he went for his schooling.
Selhurst Park has been home to the defender ever since he joined the academy of Crystal Palace as an eleven year old. Will he feel at home at Old Trafford as well?
Wan-Bissaka Car - What does he drive?
The defender is all about working hard and running harder, to stay on his game he prefers to use his feet instead of wheels.
Born in London, England, he grew up in New Addington, Croydon and joined the academy of Crystal Palace at the age of eleven. He started out as a winger in his early years but slowly transitioned to right-back over the course of his tenure, he first started featuring for The Eagles' first-team under manager Frank De Boer during the clubs pre-season tour of 2017, the Dutch coach played a formation emphasizing the role of wingbacks, and this new role imposed defensive responsibilities on the winger which saw him transition to his new role of right-wing-back. His time was limited during his debut season as the manager preferred other options in Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Martin Kelly, however, in the midst of an injury crisis the youngster would get his opportunity; after making his senior debut for Palace on 25 February 2018 in a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur at Selhurst Park, he was voted Crystal Palace Player of the Month in March for his outstanding performances. The Englishman would capture the attention of the world during the 2018/19 Premier League season, appearing in 35 games he registered 3 assists and formed part of a defensive line-up that helped The Eagles keep 12 clean sheets as the club finished twelfth in the league table. At the end of the season the defender cleaned up on the club's individual awards being voted as both Crystal Palace Young Player of the Year and Crystal Palace Player of the Year. In the summer of 2019 he finally got his dream transfer. Manchester United managed to sign the Englishman for a reported fee of roughly 63 Million Euro.
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