In July 2021 the midfielder signed a contract with Sevilla that nets him a whopping salary of 6 Million Euro (5.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €16,438 (£13,972) per day and €684 (£582) per hour!
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Net Worth & Market Value
15 Million Euro (12.7 Million Pound)
15 Million Euro (12.8 Million Pound)
An incredible leader deserves incredible paychecks, which means that his net worth is at 15 million Euros approximately. His current market value is at 15 Million Euro (12.8 Million Pound).
This is his family house in Denmark. We reckon that it's in Frederiksberg. Nonetheless, the autumn sky is picture-perfect.
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
He's 28 but spent 23 years of his life here. We think it's safe to call this place his home.
Delaney Car - What does he drive?
That's the Audi he drove whilst in Copenhagen. We think it's an Audi A7.
Here, he can be seen behind the wheel of the car. He was filming a documentary about his time with the Danish champions.
We're not entirely sure what car he drives now. He's seen with a fan in Dortmund, Germany.
This Dane has an Irish sounding name because his father is from the USA and has Irish roots. Having been born in Denmark, he chose to represent the country of his birth as a professional footballer. It could be because they call it soccer in that part of the world, and also because men's football in the States is not as refined, as it is in continental Europe. He's a product of F.C. Copenhagen and spent 15 seasons with their youth teams before debuting for the senior side in 2008. He would spend eight more years with the Danish champions, before deciding to move to Germany to play for Werder Bremen.
A born leader, this midfielder leads from the front and has won numerous domestic titles in his career. Almost all of those have been with Copenhagen except the DFL Supercup, which he won in 2019, with Borussia Dortmund. He has been with The Black and Yellows since 2018, completing a 20 million Euro transfer from The Green-Whites.
An incredibly positive influence on the pitch, he is known for taking charge and rallying his teams to get the desired results. In the summer of 2021 he moved to Andalusia and signed a contract for Sevilla, who bought him for 6 Million Euro (5.1 Million Pound). He has played for the Danish national team since 2013 and has represented them at various youth levels as well.
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