In July 2019 the centre back signed a contract with Juventus that nets him a whopping salary of 6.4 Million Euro (5.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €31,727 (£27,407) per day and €1,322 (£1,142) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 15.4 years to earn the same as DajeDani earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
36 Million Euro (41.7 Million Pound)
22 Million Euro (25.5 Million Pound)
Th 25-year old Italian defender came through the youth system at Juventus before going on to represent the first-team. His net worth is estimated at around €36 million (£41.7 million); the youngster is yet to make his mark on the game and a market value in the region of €22 million (£25.5 million).
The Italian centre-back is as tough as nails but his skin remains without a blotch of ink. Maybe the Juventus man is afraid of the old needle!
Family - Get to know them
Brother - Simone
A proud family! The Juventus defender is joined by his mother and brother Simone after The Old Lady adds another Scudetto trophy to her glittering trophy cabinet.
Rugani Car - What does he drive?
Dani and his girlfriend Michela are both fitness buffs and eco-friendly. They couple like to switch engines for pedals, it gives them a great workout while staying true to nature.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Tuscany, Italy
Before all the fame, and glam, and what have you, there was Dani and the Italian town of Lucca, Tuscany. A priceless picture that shows a young man trying to beat the summer heat by transforming his balcony into a make shift cot!
Born in Lucca, Italy, starting out in 2000 at the age of six, he spent the majority of his youth career at Empoli FC, before joining Juventus in 2012. After impressing with Juve’s reserves, the club signed him to a long-term deal before loaning him back to his boyhood club Empoli, in order for the youngster to gain experience with regular opportunities at first-team football. In the 2013/14 season the youngster made 40 league appearances in Serie B, helping Empoli gain promotion to Serie A for the following season. He had established himself as the club’s first-choice and most important defender, an incredible feat for a player who was still in his teenage years. On 31 August 2014, a 20-year old Dani made his Serie A debut in a 2-0 loss against Udinese. The young centre-back continued his fine form in Serie A, featuring in all 38 league games as Empoli finished 15th in the table, avoiding relegation. On 30 September 2015, Dani made his debut of Juventus in a 2-0 win over Spanish opposition Sevilla in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. On 16 December 2015, he made his full debut for The Old Lady in the Derby della Mole, as Juventus triumphed 4-0 over rivals Torino in the Coppa Italia. The competition for centre-back places at Juventus meant the young Italian saw less first-team opportunities then he’d hoped for, but the trophies kept piling in, including 4 Scudettos and 3 Coppa Italias.
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