Manuel Akanji


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Picture of the 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in) tall Swiss centre-back of Borussia Dortmund

BirthdateJuly 19th, 1995
BirthplaceNeftenbach, Switzerland
Length1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
TeamBorussia Dortmund
Positioncentre-back
Number16
NicknameStabilisator
TraitsTackler

Akanji Salary & Net Worth Revealed

SALARY 2020
How much does he earn?

In January 2018 the centre-back signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund 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 €6,849.3 (£5,753.4) per day and €285.4 (£239.7) per hour!

Per year€2,500,000£2,100,000
Per month€208,333.3£175,000
Per week€48,076.9£40,384.6
Per day€6,849.3£5,753.4
Per hour€285.4£239.7
Per minute€4.76£4
Per second€0.08£0.07

Since you've been viewing this page, Manuel Akanji has earned...

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

Net Worth & Market Value
Net Worth2 Million Euro (1.7 Million Pound)
Market Value40 Million Euro (34 Million Pound)
At 24 years old, this defender has a net worth of 2 Million Euros. His market value is estimated to be at 40 Million Euros but is on the rise.

Akanji Tattoo - Does he have one?


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Manuel  Akanji tattoo, the Swiss number 16 from Neftenbach, Switzerland
Family- Where life begins and love never ends. That's a lovely thought, and we wish you all the best. (Image: Instagram.com)

Manuel  Akanji tattoo, the Swiss number 16 from Neftenbach, Switzerland
He has the text "prove them wrong" tattooed on his left forearm. Whoever you are, he has proved you wrong. He has made it. (Image: Instagram.com)


Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

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Manuel Akanji Wife - Melanie
Picture of his Wife, who goes by the name Melanie.
White shirt, white socks, and white shoes. Is he going to the gym, or does he have a questionable sense of style? This is in LA. (Image: Instagram.com)

Manuel Akanji Wife - Melanie
Picture of his Wife, who goes by the name Melanie.
On their big day in Mallorca. He cleans up pretty well. Melanie looks stunning in that dress. (Image: Instagram.com)


Family - Get to know them

Sister - Michelle
Picture of Manuel  Akanji Sister, called Michelle
This footballer values family more than anything else. He's all about spending quality time with his loved ones, and we like that. (Image: Instagram.com)


Akanji Car - What does he drive?

Range Rover
Picture of his Range Rover   car
He's a laid back guy and likes being driven around. That's his Range Rover in white. (Image: Instagram.com)


House - Where does he live?

Location: Ibiza, Spain
House of the Swiss number 16, located in Ibiza, Spain
That's not his house either. The pic is from his holiday. Melanie is nowhere to be seen. (Image: Instagram.com)

Bio

The Stabilisator, or Stabilizer in English, is what the Dortmund fans fondly refer to this burly Swiss defender. He weighs a solid 91 kilograms and stands at 186 cm, but he's not brash in any sense of the word. He's a calm and stable guy with a lot of values, and that shows in his game as well. He was born in the tiny village of Neftenbach, Switzerland, in 1995. He has Nigerian roots from his father's side, and his mother is Swiss. He began his career with FC Wiesendangen in 2004 as a 9-year-old. Football has always been in him and he would have a kick about whenever he could, be it during break time in school or with his mates on the streets after school, he did enjoy playing the game. FC Winterthur came calling three years after he started his journey. He graduated from the youth setup and began playing for their senior side from 2014 up until FC Basel bought him a year later. He would go on to play with the Swiss team for three seasons and is now with Borussia Dortmund. Die Borussen signed him in 2018, and he has established himself as a regular in the team. For the Swiss national side, he has played in the Under-20 and Under-21 levels. He now plays for the senior side. Although he's only 24, this defender is a mature man and a leader on and off the pitch.

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