Dani Carvajal's Net Worth as of February 2023 is $57.34 Million
Quick Facts of Dani Carvajal
|Net Worth||$57.34 Million|
|Salary||$9.9 Million per year|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||11 January, 1992|
A professional football player from Spain named Daniel “Dani” Carvajal Ramos is called Dani. He plays right-back for Real Madrid and the Spain national team. He is widely thought to be one of the best right-backs of his time.
Dani Carvajal’s Bio, Age, Family
On 11 January 1992, in Leganes, Spain, this Spanish brilliant footballer was born into a sports-loving family. Mariano Carvajal is his father’s name, and Lola Ramos is his mother’s. Patricia Carvajal is his younger sister’s name. There is no information available regarding his sibling’s details. We will update it as soon as we receive this information.
Daniel had a strong interest in football from childhood and aspired to be a footballer. He used to play football with other youngsters at school and on nearby fields. When he was seven years old, he began his youth career with ADCR Lemans.
Dani Carvajal’s Career
After progressing through Real Madrid’s youth ranks, he spent a season with Bayer Leverkusen before rejoining Real Madrid. He made his Real Madrid debut in 2013 and has since won 16 major trophies with the club, including four Champions League crowns, two La Liga titles, and a Copa del Rey.
Carvajal won the 2011 European Championship with the under-19 team and the 2013 edition with the under-21 squad at the youth international level. He earned his senior debut in 2014. Then he was selected to represent his country at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Castilla Real Madrid
As a ten-year-old, he entered Real Madrid’s development system and progressed through the ranks until reaching Real Madrid Castilla in 2010. He performed even better the next season (38 games and two goals, including the playoffs), as the B’s returned to Segunda División after a five-year exile.
Carvajal signed a five-year contract with Germany’s Bayer 04 Leverkusen for a transfer price of €5 million on 11 July 2012, after failing to make a single appearance for Real Madrid’s first squad. The Spaniards included a €6.5 million buy-back clause if they wished to re-sign the player after one season, €7 million after two seasons and about €8.5 million after three seasons.
Carvajal made his Bundesliga debut on 1 September 2012, scoring twice in a 2–0 home victory over SC Freiburg. He was then selected to the Bundesliga’s Team of the Week. On 25 November, he scored his debut goal for his new club, scoring the second goal in a 2–1 victory over TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.
Carvajal was named one of the three finest right-backs in the world at the end of his first and only season, behind Phillip Lahm of FC Bayern Munich and Atsuto Uchida of FC Schalke 04, respectively. He garnered 16% of the total fan vote.
On 3 June 2013, Real Madrid exercised its buy-back option on Carvajal, who became the club’s first signing of the 2013–14 season for an undisclosed price. Bayer’s director of football Rudi Völler confirmed this, saying: “Real Madrid took notice of Dani’s exceptional achievements this season, and it was only a matter of time until they exercised their buy-back option.” He expressed his joy at his return in a news conference shortly after the move, thanking the president, the fans, and the club.
Carvajal made his La Liga debut on 18 August 2013, scoring twice in a 2–1 victory over Real Betis at home. One month later, he made his UEFA Champions League debut, playing the full 90 minutes in a 6–1 group stage defeat over Galatasaray SK.
Carvajal made 45 appearances in his debut season, scoring twice in league matches against Rayo Vallecano and CA Osasuna. He played 120 minutes in the Champions League final, which Atlético Madrid won 4–1.
Carvajal started in Real Madrid’s victories over countrymen Sevilla FC in the 2014 UEFA Super Cup and against Argentina’s San Lorenzo de Almagro in the 2014 FIFA Club World Cup final. On 5 May 2015, he conceded a penalty for fouling Carlos Tevez in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals, with the Juventus F.C. striker converting the spot-kick to defeat the Spaniards 2–1.
Carvajal renewed his contract with the Merengues until 2020 on 8 July 2015. He made eight appearances and scored one goal in the Champions League this season, helping the club win the tournament; in the final against Atlético Madrid, he was injured early in the second half of a 1–1 draw (penalty shootout triumph).
In 2016, Carvajal was a member of Real Madrid. Carvajal started in the UEFA Super Cup match against Sevilla in Trondheim on 9 August 2016 and scored the game’s final goal 3–2 in the 119th minute with an individual effort. Despite many health issues during the league season, he contributed 23 games to the team’s championship run. Sergio Ramos gave the opposing fans the middle finger in celebration of his last-minute equaliser against FC Barcelona at the Nou Camp on 3 December 2016, but later apologized; after nearly a month on the sidelines, he returned in time to start in the Champions League final on 3 June, which they won for the third time in four years.
Carvajal renewed his contract until 2022 on 17 September 2017. It took him a while to get back into shape the next month because of a heart problem. He made eight appearances in that year’s Champions League, which Madrid won for the third straight season and 13th overall. He had to leave the match against Liverpool because of his injury.
Carvajal scored Real Madrid’s first league goal of the 2018–19 season in a 2–0 home victory over Getafe CF on 19 August 2018. He was a regular starter the following season as Real Madrid won the 2019–20 La Liga. Carvajal renewed his contract to June 2025 on 29 July 2021.
Carvajal will represent Spain in 2019. Carvajal served as a backup to FC Barcelona’s Martn Montoya at the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, including in Spain’s 3–0 group stage victory over the Netherlands. He was named to full-time manager Vicente del Bosque’s 30-man provisional squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, despite being excused from the warm-up game against Bolivia on 30 May, along with all other Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid players, due to the Champions League final, and being omitted from the final list the following day.
Carvajal was called up to the squad for the first time on 29 August 2014, for matches against France and Macedonia. He made his debut on 4 September, playing the full 90 minutes in a 0–1 friendly defeat to the former; he was also selected for the UEFA Euro 2016 competition but was dropped due to an injury sustained while playing for his club.
Carvajal was picked to Spain’s final World Cup roster. After missing the opening game against Portugal due to a lack of fitness. He made his competitive debut on 20 June and played the entire 1–0 victory over Iran.
Dani Carvajal’s Wife
Daniel Carvajal is married to Daphne Caizares. Dazzling Daphne was born in the Dutch and raised in Spain. She models for a variety of agencies and lives with three pet dogs. The joyful couple announced the arrival of their first child, born on Monday, December 7. And fulfilling one of their aspirations, on Tuesday.
Dani Carvajal’s Net Worth
The defender has an estimated net worth of 44 million Pounds. His Market value is worth well over £46 million pounds. The right defender signed a contract with Real Madrid in September 2017 that pays him 7.6 million pounds per year.
Dani Carvajal’s Height
Dani Carvajal’s height is 1.73 meters (5 ft 8 in) and his weight is 73 kilograms.