In March 2019 the midfielder signed a contract with PSV Eindhoven that nets him a whopping salary of 400,000 Euro (338,000 Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €1,096 (£926) per day and €46 (£39) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 0.93 years to earn the same as Mo Afellay earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
75,000 Euro (63,000 Pound)
15 Million Euro (12.6 Million Pound)
Money is not his priority for now. He needs to develop a lot more before he gets the big bucks. His current net worth is about 75,000 Euros. His market value is about 15 million Euros.
This boy doesn't seem to be the kind that likes tattoos. He doesn't have any, and it's highly unlikely that he'll get one soon.
Family - Get to know them
Brother - Nabil
This is an older pic. Our footballer has lost most of that baby fat. Not sure if we can say about brother Nabil too.
Ihattaren Car - What does he drive?
ATV's may be fun, but that's kid stuff. Grown men go for merry rides on motorcycles. We'll excuse him, considering that he's still a kid. Nice LeBron jersey by the way.
Land Rover Range Rover
The boy can drive, but that's not his car. It belongs to the host, and he was kind enough to let the kid have a go.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Marrakech, Morocco
He's of Moroccan origin. Seen holidaying in Marrakech, it'll be intriguing to us when he chooses his national team.
Dutch football has a gem in its hands. A player that is truly synonymous with child prodigy is our midfielder here. We're not exaggerating when we're talking about him. His development has been nothing short of remarkable, and he's only 17. Born in 2002, in Utrecht, our playmaker has Moroccan ancestry. He's had a fantastic 2019, and all his achievements happen to trackback to the year 2009 when he joined SV Houten. He decided that he was going to be a professional footballer from a very young age, and moved to PSV Eindhoven's academy a year later. This would happen to be a very crucial move because PSV gave him the opportunity to develop rapidly. He has had the opportunity to work with some legends of the game like Ruud van Nistelrooy and Mark van Bommel whilst in Eindhoven. The latter saw his development and gave him an opportunity to train with the first team. He grabbed it with both hands and has since become a regular in PSV's senior squad. The year 2019 has been a roller coaster ride for our youngster. While his professional life has been incredible, he also lost his father to cancer this year. It hasn't dented his spirit because he has come out stronger and has pledged his international future to the Dutch team. He has represented the Netherlands in the Under-15, 16, 17, and 19 levels.
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