David Neres

In this article you will discover everything you want to know about David Neres: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Brazilian forward lives in and also have a look at his cars!


BirthdateMarch 3rd, 1997
BirthplaceSão Paulo, Brazil
Length1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
TeamAjax Amsterdam
NicknameLittle Neymar
TraitsAgile Dribbler

Neres Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In August 2019 the forward signed a contract with Ajax Amsterdam that nets him a whopping salary of 1.5 Million Euro (1.2 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €4,109 (£3,287) per day and €171 (£136) per hour!

Per year€1,500,000£1,304,348
Per month€125,000£108,696
Per week€28,846£25,084
Per day€4,110£3,574
Per hour€171£149
Per minute€3£2

Since you've been viewing this page, David Neres has earned...

This means the average man needs to work for at least 3.33 years to earn the same as Little Neymar earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:250,000 Euro (213,000 Pound)
Market Value:45 Million Euro (38.3 Million Pound)
He's currently worth about 250,000 Euros net, but has a lot of time in his hands to increase that number. His current market value is about 45 million Euros.

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

David Neres Girlfriend - Kira Winona

This was during their holiday in LA. That's Venice beach. Hs's trying to look serious, isn't he?
David Neres Girlfriend - Kira Winona

He tried to pull that serious face again, but Kira cracked him up. They're a cheerful couple.

Family - Get to know them

Sister - Ingrid

Picture of David  Neres Sister, called Ingrid
Source: Instagram.com

He's got a big family, and he's very close with all of them. They're seen chilling out here on a wall. You can also see brother Vinicius in the picture.
Mother - Maria

Picture of David  Neres Mother, called Maria
Source: Instagram.com

Mum Maria is a sweetheart. She's proud of her little boy, who has achieved a lot at such a young age.

Neres Tattoo - Does he have one?

David  Neres tattoo, the Brazilian number 7 from São Paulo, Brazil
Source: Instagram

He's too chilled out for tattoos. He thinks he doesn't need them to draw attention to himself. He's got other skills.
David  Neres tattoo, the Brazilian number 7 from São Paulo, Brazil
Source: Instagram

The wildest he gets is when he colors his hair. This was in Brazil. We do like the blonde look on him.
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House - Where does he live?

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

House of the Brazilian number 7, located in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Source: Instagram.com

They're having a pajama party at home. The jammies always give it away. We love the decor of the house. She's so petite. It was his 22nd birthday celebrations in case you were wondering.

Neres Car - What does he drive?

Picture of his    car
Source: Instagram.com

He rides an inflatable unicorn outside of work. We've got to give it to him; he's quite creative.
Mercedes Benz

Picture of his Mercedes Benz   car
Source: Instagram.com

We reckon he drives a Mercedes to work. That's both elegant and regular.

Player Bio

They could have called him anything but 'Little Neymar". There's no dearth of talent in Brazil, and he's one fine Brazilian import to Europe. However, the comparisons stop there because he behaves nothing like a petulant child. Considering he's only 22, it's refreshing to see someone that's associated in some way with the name Neymar, but behaves in an entirely acceptable manner. He's a southpaw and has got a lot of that Samba flair, but he still needs to go miles before he can become a top talent. The Eredivisie and Ajax, in particular, is a very good choice for him because they nurture young talent like no other. He came through São Paulo's youth setup before transferring to Ajax. He played for Jong Ajax, before making it to the senior side. He hasn't been with them for long, but has already won the Eredivisie and the KNVB Cup in the 2018–19 season. As a Brazilian national, he has played in their U-20 team, and received his first callup to the senior side earlier in 2019. As a player, he's like a diamond in the rough. He's got all that innate talent, but is understandably very rough around the edges. He needs to keep his head down and stay away from negative influences that have derailed way too many Brazilian players' careers in the past.

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