In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Kalvin Phillips: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the English defensive midfielder lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In September 2019 the defensive midfielder signed a contract with Leeds United that nets him a whopping salary of 1.05 Million Euro (935 Thousand Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €5,205 (£4,634) per day and €217 (£193) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 2.6 years to earn the same as Yorkshire Pirlo earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English defensive midfielder compared to his Leeds United teammates
Born and bred in Leeds, United Kingdom, the midfielder has gone on to fulfill his dreams of playing for his boyhood side. The 24 year old's current contract The Peacocks puts his net worth at an estimated 9 Million Euro (8 Million Pound). Subject of numerous bids from clubs both in England and across Europe, Leeds United have slapped a massive price tag on the Stockport Pirlo which puts his market value at 33.4 Million Euro (30 Million Pound).
'Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream; merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, life is a but a dream." You can be certain that Ashleigh is one gorgeous dream the Leeds United midfielder never plans to wake up from!
Kalvin Phillips Girlfriend - Ashleigh Behan
It's time to Party! Ash and crown prince of midfield pulling out all the stops during Leeds United's 2019/2020 EFL Championship victory ball. We've gotta feeling, it was a long night; a long, long night!
Mum! The Leeds born midfield enforcer credits his mother Lindsay for instilling in him the mortal and ethical disciplinary code, that went on to make him a successful person both on and off the pitch.
Brother - Terrell
Brothers in arms! Terrell celebrating Leeds United's 2019/20 EFL Championship win which granted them automatic promotion for the following seasons Barclay's Premier League campaign! A whole lot to celebrate for the people who've grown up supporting The Peacocks their entire lives!
He's lost his virginity! No! Not like that! The Stockport Pirlo decided to get get his skin inked recently, and he's started off with his sleeve. It begins with a "right makes might" kind of symbol on his hand and then descends down the length of his arm in an embroidery of leaves and roses.
Merry Christmas! The Leeds United midfielder enjoying the festivities at home with his lovely girlfriend Ashleigh Behan and their pets! Nothing like cozying up with loved ones under the Christmas tree before Santa comes calling!
Phillips Car - What does he drive?
Mercedes G Wagon
A monster of an automobile that fits the style of his play and personality. The Leeds born footballer likes to enforce his laws both on the pitch and on the roads!
Born in Leeds, England, in December 1995, Phil had a simple dream, to play for his boyhood club Leeds United. The long road started with at the youth academy of local club Wortley in 2003, and seven years later he was a step closer to his dream when he joined the youth ranks of Leeds United in 2010. After impressing with the junior side, the midfielder signed his first professional contract at Elland Road in the summer of 2014. A year later, on 6 April 2015, Phil realized a life long dream when he made his debut for Leeds United, albeit a bittersweet moment, as The Peacocks fell to a 4-3 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers. A week later, he scored his first goal against Cardiff City at Elland Road. The following seasons saw the up and coming player establish himself in the heart of Leeds’ midfielder under coach Garry Monk. The 2018/19 season saw a huge shift in his role under manager Marcelo Bielsa, which saw Phil drop to a deep-lying playmaker come centre-back role, garnering him he nickname The Yorkshire Pirlo. After narrowly missing out on promotion Leeds would go again in the 2019/20 season; The Yorkshire Pirlo proved instrumental in Bielsa’s system which saw the team secure automatic promotion to the Barclays Premier League after being crown EFL Champions.
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