Dan-Axel Zagadou


Discover everything you want to know about Dan-Axel Zagadou: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the French centre back lives in and have a look at his cars!


Wiki

BirthdateJune 3rd, 1999
BirthplaceCréteil, France
Length1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)
TeamBorussia Dortmund
Positioncentre back
Number2
NicknameDaxo
TraitsTackler

Zagadou Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In June 2017 the centre back signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund that nets him a whopping salary of 234,000 Euro (200,000 Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €641.10 (£547.94) per day and €26.71 (£22.83) per hour!

Per year€234,000£200,000
Per month€19,500£16,666.6
Per week€4,500£3,846.15
Per day€641.10£547.94
Per hour€26.71£22.83
Per minute€0.45£0.38
Per second€0.01£0.01

Since you've been viewing this page, Dan-Axel Zagadou has earned...

This means the average man needs to work for at least 0.55 years to earn the same as Daxo earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:400,000 Euro (341,000 Pound)
Market Value:28 Million Euro (23.9 Million Pound)
He's only 20 but being at cash-laden PSG and Dortmund has already seen him about 400,000 Euros in net worth. His current market value is 28 Million Euros, but expect that to rise very soon.

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?



Dan-Axel Zagadou - Single


The hammock looks comfortable. A girl could fit easily on there. Do you want to give it a try, lad?
Dan-Axel Zagadou - Single


Maybe his shirt from the previous pic cracked his teammate up? The chunky vertical stripes are worn by dads' fella. Even if it's Gucci.

Zagadou Tattoo - Does he have one?

Dan-Axel  Zagadou tattoo, the French number 2 from Créteil, France
Source: Instagram.com

Emma, the child-friendly Dortmund Mascot, has made a pact with him to not get a tattoo, which is why he hasn't got one. That's what we think. Yes, we totally made this up except the no tattoos part. He truly doesn't have any.

Family - Get to know them

Brother - Steve

Picture of Dan-Axel  Zagadou Brother, called Steve
Source: Instagram.com

He's very close with his family. His older brother Steve looks after him in Germany. You don't need any distractions at that age, and it's good to have an older sibling that looks as assertive as him by your side.

Zagadou Car - What does he drive?

Mercedes Benz

Picture of his Mercedes Benz   car
Source: Instagram.com

Seen posing for a pic with a fan, this defender is a huge fan of the good ol' Merc. We're not entirely sure of the model though.
Vespa

Picture of his Vespa   car
Source: Instagram.com

We hope he isn't riding that scooter without a helmet. That would be bad. What's inside that Balenciaga bag gent?

House - Where does he live?

Location: Dortmund, Germany

House of the French number 2, located in Dortmund, Germany
Source: Instagram.com

Older brother Steve is whom he lives with in Dortmund. The rest of his friends and family are here.

Player Bio

The saying - the grass is always greener on the other side is not always true, and we think PSG have made a colossal mistake by letting this HULK of a defender leave their ranks and join Borussia Dortmund in 2017. The Parisien club's loss is, definitely, Dortmund's gain because this French U-20 international is a monster. He's very good at reading the game, isn't afraid of going into tackles, and distributes the ball rather decently from the back. He is very disciplined with his marking and is a composed player- traits that are of utter importance to any defender. He's also a good header of the ball, but his age means he's not as experienced, and that could be the reason why he loses focus from time to time. This is not a major flaw, and it should correct itself in due course. Born in France in 1999, this 20-year-old's family comes from the Ivory Coast. He started playing football with US Créteil, but signed up for PSG in 2011. He was only twelve at that time. It's beyond our understanding as to how they could let him slip by the cracks only six years later. He signed with BVB, for free too, and has now become a regular in the first team. At the international scene, he has played for France at every level from the Under-16's onwards. We can safely say that both Dortmund's and France's futures at the back are looking good.

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