Juan Foyth

Juan Foyth Net Worth, Income, Career & All Wiki [World Cup 2022]

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What is Juan Foyth recent Net worth?
$3.1 million

Who is Juan Foyth?

Juan Marcos Foyth is an Argentine professional footballer who currently plays for the Spanish club Villarreal and the Argentina national team as a center-back or right-back.

Juan Marcos Foyth was born on January 12, 1998, to Mr. and Mrs. Ariel Foyth in La Plata, Argentina. Juan Foyth’s family are Argentine citizens of partial Polish ancestry.

His mother and father both have Polish passports, and his ancestors are said to have arrived in Argentina between 1919 and 1976.

Due to not having any siblings, he got lots of love and attention from his parents.

Juan did not have toys or games when he was a tiny child, as other single children do. All he asked for from his parents was a football as a present.

This gift of a football was important in starting him on the incredible path that is football. Foyth idolized Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand and wanted to play in the Premier League.

Juan once said; “I used to play the Playstation with family and friends, and when I played with them, I would say “I’m Rio Ferdinand” ”

Every footballer’s wife, without a doubt, aspires to be like the Greek goddesses, whose beauty can seduce and enslave their footballer husbands and boyfriends. This is not the case with Ariana Alonso, whose good character outweighs her lack of physical attractiveness.

Juan Foyth is not like Cristiano Ronaldo or Gerard Pique, he has a distinct personality. He has demonstrated to the world that he is the type of man of the twenty-first century who is unaffected by a girl’s appearance.

Juan Foyth married his childhood sweetheart Ariana Alonso. Ariana is a basketball lover and a passionate supporter of her boyfriend, whom Juan Foyth characterizes as a “Simple Girl.” Juan Foyth chose to make the courageous move of proposing to his childhood sweetheart after watching his professional football aspirations come true.

Apart from football, Juan is a man who never forgets his roots and has made sure to repay his debts to his friends in his homeland. He is able to strike the perfect balance between his personal and business lives. He spends most of his time with a PlayStation controller in his hands, occasionally without any other game in mind.

You might believe Hector Bellerin is one of the numerous footballers who enjoy using the controller and who also enjoy playing FIFA. You are most likely mistaken. Call of Duty is another game that the Spaniard adores.

Juan Foyth is one of the wealthiest soccer players and one of the most popular. Juan Foyth has a net worth of $3.1 million dollars.  He earns an annual average salary of 1.35 million euros and his transfer value is between 18M and 30M euros.  Foyth weighs 77 kg and is 187cm tall.

He actively uses social media having 625k followers on Instagram and 52.8k followers on Twitter.

The career of Juan Marcos

Juan Foyth Tottenham

Player: Juan Foyth Tottenham (source:
Cartilage Free Captain)


Foyth began his career at his hometown club, Estudiantes de La Plata, in La Plata, Buenos Aires Province. He began his career in the youth program as an attacking midfielder, then switched to center-back before turning 16 years old.

He signed his first professional deal with the club in January 2017, which runs through June 2019. At the age of 19, he made his debut in the Primera División against Patronato on March 19, 2017.

He played two matches in the Copa Sudamericana in addition to the six matches he had already participated in the league.

Tottenham Hotspur

Foyth signed a five-year contract with Tottenham Hotspur on August 30, 2017, for a rumored value of £8 million. On September 19, he made his Tottenham debut in an EFL Cup encounter against Barnsley, which Tottenham won 1–0.

Foyth made his Premier League debut for Southampton on November 3, 2018, in a 3–2 away win over Wolverhampton Wanderers. Foyth gave up two penalties throughout the game, both of which were converted. He scored his first league goal in a 1–0 victory over Crystal Palace in his next league outing, earning Tottenham their first league victory.

On 4 May 2019, he came on at halftime to replace Toby Alderweireld in a 1–0 loss to AFC Bournemouth. He was sent off three minutes later for a foul on Jack Simpson.


Foyth signed a new deal with Tottenham until 2024 in October 2020, after which he was loaned to Villarreal in Spain. He made his debut for the club on October 22, scoring a goal in a 5-3 win over Sivasspor of Turkey in the UEFA Europa League group stage at home.

He made 11 more appearances during the tournament as his team won the trophy, including starting the final against Manchester United. After a good loan season with Benfica, Foyth signed a five-year contract with Villarreal in June 2021 for €15 million.

As a result, he established himself as a key player for manager Unai Emery at right-back, replacing the veteran Mario Gaspar and filling in for the injured Serge Aurier.

International Career

In 2017, Foyth was a member of Argentina’s national under-20 squad. He has made a total of 12 appearances for the national young squad, including nine in the 2017 South American Youth Football Championship in Ecuador and three at the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

Foyth has been called up to the senior Argentina national team for the first time for a series of friendlies in October 2018. He made his Argentina debut in a friendly against Mexico on November 16, helping Argentina to a 2–0 victory.

He was named man of the match and received much appreciation for his play. Following his selection for the Copa América team, he made his first appearance in the competition against Qatar in a match against the United States.

He played right-back in three more games, including the 2–0 semi-final loss to Brazil and the 2–1 triumph against Chile in the third-place play-off.

Awards, Titles, and Achievements

Juan Foyth Villareal

Player: Juan Foyth Villareal (source:
Cartilage Free Captain)

Juan Fouth took the Tottenham Hotspurs to the finals of UEFA Champions League 2018-19 but lost to Liverpool by 2 goals. He won the UEFA Europa League 2020-21 with Villareal.