In July 2017 the centre back signed a contract with Crystal Palace that nets him a whopping salary of 3.4 Million Euro (2.9 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €16,855 (£15,005) per day and €702 (£625) per hour!
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The salary of the Dutch centre back compared to his Crystal Palace teammates
The Dutchman came through the famous youth academy of AFC Ajax and played for the Dutch super club for five years before moving to England to sign for Crystal Palace in 2017, his net worth is estimated at €17.6 million (£15 million). The defender has a market value of €5 million (£4.3 million).
The Dutch destroyer does not seem to sport any ink on his body.
Family - Get to know them
The Dutchman's mother is of hal-Dutch and half-Indonesian descent, this photograph was taken when the defender visited his Indonesian family for the first time.
Riedewald Car - What does he drive?
The Dutch destroyer used to drive a pretty looking Mercedes during his time with Ajax.
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, England
Selhurst Park will play home to the Dutch defender after he signed for Crystal Palace in July 2017.
Born in Haarlem, Netherlands, he joined the fabled youth academy of AFC Ajax at the age of 11 years old before progressing the ranks to sign his first professional contract with the club on 15 March 2013. He made his debut for the first-team as a second half substitute in 3-0 win over IJsselmeervogels in a KNVB Cup fixture on 19 December 2013. His Eredivisie debut came in a 2-1 victory over Roda JC Kerkrade, the defender came on in minute 80 as Ajax trailed 0-1, he scored two quick goals to give Ajax the victory and in-turn becoming the youngest scoring debutant in club and league history at 17 years and 104 days old. During his time with de Godenzonen the defender made 93 appearances which included winning the Eredivsie title in 2013/14 and a run to the Europa League final in 2016/17 to suffer an eventual loss to Manchester United. In July 2017 the Dutch destroyer signed a five-year contract with Premier League side Crystal Palace. The Dutchman's niggling injury problems and inconsistencies led to him struggling to hold down a first-team berth at Selhurst Park, only playing in 12 Premier League games during his two seasons at the club. On the international stage he received his first call-up to the senior Netherlands squad in August 2015 and made his debut against Turkey on 6 September 2015.
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