Donny van de Beek

Discover everything you want to know about Donny van de Beek: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Dutch midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!


BirthdateApril 18th, 1997
BirthplaceNijkerkerveen, the Netherlands
Length1.84 m (6 ft 0.25 in)
TeamManchester United

van de Beek Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In January 2018 the midfielder signed a contract with Manchester United that nets him a whopping salary of 2.5 Million Euro (2.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €6,849 (£5,753) per day and €285 (£239.73) per hour!

Per year€2,500,000£2,173,913
Per month€208,333£181,159
Per week€48,077£41,806
Per day€6,849£5,956
Per hour€285£248
Per minute€5£4

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This means the average man needs to work for at least 5.83 years to earn the same as Maradonny earns in only 1 month.

Manchester United Salary Overview 20-21
The salary of the Dutch midfielder compared to his Manchester United teammates

Have a look at our in-depth Manchester United Salary Overview 2020-21!

Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:5 Million Euro (4.2 Million Pound)
Market Value:50 Million Euro (42.6 Million Pound)
He'll make the big bucks in the future, but for now, his net worth is only 5 Million Euro (4.2 Million Pound)s. His market value, however, is 50 million Euros as of writing.

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

Donny van de Beek Girlfriend - Estelle Bergkamp

He's almost got her in a chokehold. Take it easy, mate. Estelle is Dennis Bergkamp's daughter, after all.
Donny van de Beek Girlfriend - Estelle Bergkamp

She's got sparkly eyes. The couple looks good together. His jacket makes him look older than he really is.

Also don't forget to have a look at his teammates in our Top 35 Sexiest Manchester United Wives and Girlfriends

Family - Get to know them

Brother - Rody

Picture of Donny van de Beek Brother, called Rody

In case you couldn't tell, the lad on his immediate right is his brother Rody. They were unveiling some stuff that was made by Life After Football.

van de Beek Tattoo - Does he have one?

Donny van de Beek tattoo, the Dutch number 6 from Nijkerkerveen, the Netherlands

He needs to start spending more time in the gym. That's more like an off-season bod. He can think about tattoos later.
Donny van de Beek tattoo, the Dutch number 6 from Nijkerkerveen, the Netherlands

The gym's not that way, fella. The back's in the clear and in much better shape too.
Check out our Top 30 Crazy And Ugly Premier League Players Tattoos

House - Where does he live?

Location: Amsterdam, the Netherlands

House of the Dutch number 6, located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

We know Christmas is a good time for families to get together. We also know the reason behind his flabby midsection. He steals all the food of brother Rody's plate, doesn't he? Rody looks thin and frail. He could use a snack.

van de Beek Car - What does he drive?


Picture of his Volkswagen   car

He practiced driving on that car. He appears to tell us that he passed it with flying colors.
Mercedes Benz

Picture of his Mercedes Benz   car

This is one of his current rides. It looks like an A-class Mercedes, but we can't be sure.

Player Bio

This Ajax youth product is skilled at linking up with his team's attackers while being very good at thwarting opposition attacks at the same time. He plays in the centre of midfield, which is a very demanding position in football. His lung-busting runs and high intensity on the pitch are the reasons he's so widely sought after with Real Madrid being one of his suitors this past summer. Ultimately, he decided to stay put and this definitely benefits Ajax in some ways. He dictates the tempo of the game, much like a metronome. He is truly capable of being a game-changer when he wants to be. Although he isn't a goal scorer, we have to consider that he's only 22. Ajax could potentially develop him into their very own Steven Gerrard. The goal-scoring aspect of his game will develop eventually but the fact that he needs regular first-team football at the highest level is undisputed. As far as silverware goes, he won the 2018-19 Eredivisie in his first breakout season, and got within touching distance of winning the Champions League that year. Having represented the Netherlands at various youth levels, he's now a member of the senior side. We can conclude by saying that the future of Dutch football is bright and Oranje.

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