In 2019 the centre back signed a contract with Aston Villa that nets him a whopping salary of 2 Million Euro (1.7 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €5,464 (£4,908) per day and €228 (£204) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 5 years to earn the same as The Englishman earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Belgian centre back compared to his Aston Villa teammates
His net worth is not all that high yet, especially compared to his Premier League collegues. Dont feel too sorry for the lad though. His net worth is roughly 4 Million Euro (3.5 Million Pound). His market value has recently been determined. His realistic value at the moment is about 25 Million Euro (22 Million Euro).
A tribute to his grandparents that sadly passed away. That is what he has on his back. This guy is just walking inspiration.
A picture of the 'work in progress'. It was long and painful but totally worth it according to the Belgian.
Family - Get to know them
Son - Jack
The Family. They recently got a beautiful baby boy. His name is absolutely fit for the Premier League and life in England. Smart move.
Engels Car - What does he drive?
Who needs a car when you have a boat? That is exactly what The Englishman was thinking. Allegedly..
House - Where does he live?
Location: Reims, France
Strolling around the 'hood' near to his home in Reims, France. He is certainly going to need another home soon though.
Hi there WTFoot fan and follower. We would just love to welcome you to have a look at the personal life of this sturdy Belgian defender. He is currently playing for Aston Villa in the English Premier League and we are going to tell you all there is to know about this long man whose last name actually means English, hence his nickname The Englishman. He started his career at Club Brugge. The team from the beautiful Belgian city of Bruges. He went on to play for the youth teams of 'Club' for several years before finally making it through to the first team in 2012. He actually was never really all that succesful in the first team of Bruges. Because of injuries and inconsistent play he never managed to really develop himself into a great defender over there. It was after he was transfered to the Greek club Olympiacos that he finally started to make big strides. After having spent one year in Greece (2017-2018 season) he went on to play for Stade Reims in France. That is where he had his best season and it quickly became clear that he wanted to go to the Premier League. Aston Villa was one of the first clubs that was interested in acquiring him and that is exactly what happened.
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