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|Birthdate||April 10th, 1996|
|Length||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Nickname||The Humble Dane|
Welcome to the wiki of The Humble Dane, the Danish centre back who is currently playing for Chelsea in the English Premier League. He started his career in his native Danish land. His first club, the one that he joined the youth-academy of, was Brøndby IF. He played in the youth of that club for 8 years before he made the move to the academy of Chelsea. In 2013 he joined the first of Chelsea, but he was almost immediately loaned out to a German side, Bundesliga Club Borussia Mönchengladbach. In 2017 he came back from that loan and ever since he has been a part of the first team of Chelsea. He does not only play for Chelsea in the Premier League, but he is also playing international football for the Danish national team. Most noticably he was a part of the team that made it to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. He played alongside Simon Kjaer in central defense and he helped Denmark survive the group stage of the tournament. In the first knockout game they were eliminated by Croatia though, a bitter dissapointment for the Danes. Now lets have a look at the life of this Humble Dane, WTFoot has discovered all there is to know about this defender.
Christensen Salary & Net Worth Revealed
SALARY 2019How much does he earn?
In 2017 the centre back signed a contract with Chelsea that nets him a whopping salary of 3.8 Million Euro (3.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €10,383 (£8,967) per day and €433 (£374) per hour!
|Per month||€316,667||£273,479||Per week||€77,236||£66,702||Per day||€10,383||£8,967||Per hour||€433||£374||Per minute||€7.21||£6.23||Per second||€0.12||£0.10|
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