In July 2018 the centre back signed a contract with Ajax Amsterdam 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 €5,479.45 (£4,657.53) per day and €228.31 (£194.06) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 4.72 years to earn the same as Mister Composure earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
8 Million Euro (6.8 Million Pound)
24 Million Euro (20.4 Million Pound)
His stay in England has seen his net worth rise to about 8 Million Euros. His current market value is 24 Million Euros.
He likes to enjoy a game of FIFA with his mate at home. It could be PES; we don't know.
Blind Car - What does he drive?
We don't understand the obsession with Vespas. Why are footballers afraid of trying out motorbikes? Carly being cheeky and putting her tongue out. She was probably riding the scooter. If that was the case, we take back what we said about you. Real brave, man.
Guessing by the high driving position, we're going to say that he was driving a G wagon. Also, the RHD suggests that this was in the UK.
Born in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, to a very successful footballer, his career path was pretty much decided for him even before he was born. His father Danny was an Ajax legend, but that didn't stop him from enrolling his son at Amsterdamsche FC's academy. He spent three years between ages 5 and 8, there. After taking to the sport, he naturally moved to Ajax's academy. He advanced through their system, and initially played as a midfielder in his youth. He could still be used as one, but he's settled in as a defender and now plays as a center-back. His first stint at Ajax did not take off until after he completed a very brief stay at Groningen, where he played as a right back. He returned to Ajax to be used at the left back position, but found his feet after his role was changed and he moved to the midfield. He'd win four successive Eredivisie titles from the 2010-11 season onwards before transferring to Manchester United in 2014. His stay in England was not very successful because he was being played out of position. However, he did win some silverware during his time there. He returned to Ajax in 2018 and won the Eredivisie on his first season back. He also features quite regularly for the Dutch team. He was a part of the 2014 squad that finished third in that year's World Cup. Considering that he's almost 30, we reckon that he'll finish his career in the Eredivisie with Ajax.
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