Lucas Digne

Lucas Digne Net Worth, Income, Career & All Wiki [World Cup 2022]

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Who is Lucas Digne?

Lucas Digne is a French footballer who plays left-back for Aston Villa in the Premier League and for the France national team. Digne began his professional career at Lille before joining PSG in 2013. He came to Barcelona in July 2016 after spending a season on loan at Roma. In August 2018, he joined Everton before moving to Aston Villa in January 2022.

Lucas Digne was born on July 20, 1993, in the commune of Meaux, France. His mother, Karine Digne, and father, Philippe Digne, had two children together. The French national was nurtured in Meaux, France, alongside his older brother, Mathieu Digne, as part of a generation of footballers of white heritage with unclear beginnings.

Digne’s father is Philippe. During Digne’s early years, he worked in a printing shop in Lizy-Sur-Ourcq, near Meaux, and he played for the first team of the left-boyhood back’s club, Mareuil-Sur-Ocrcq. Digne’s mother is Karine. She enjoys football as much as her husband and sons, and she used to be the secretary of Digne’s boyhood club, Mareuil-Sur-Ocrcq.

Digne’s ascension through the Lille levels has been significant for him over the years, particularly because it was during this time that he met his partner Tiziri. The young lovers, who were both 16 at the time of their first meeting, became an inseparable couple and married in December 2014. Tziri is a fitness and fashion fanatic who hopes to pursue a career in journalism in the future. In April 2019, she gave birth to their first child (a son), ushering the family into a whole new world.

Lucas Digne, a D/WB L for Everton F.C., makes £110,000 per week and £5,720,000 per year. Lucas Digne has an estimated net worth of £39,936,000. His current deal runs out on June 30, 2023. Aside from his professional career, the footballer earns a substantial sum of money from endorsement deals with several businesses, including Adidas. He and his wife are currently living in Spain in an undisclosed location. He owns a €70,360 Audi RS Q3 automobile that Audi delivered.

Digne is 1.78 meters tall and 74 kilograms, with a well-shaped body. He has 627.6k Twitter followers and 1.9 million Instagram followers.

The Career of Lucas Digne

Lucas Digne Aston Villa

Player: Lucas Digne Aston Villa (source: 90 Min)

Digne, who was born in Meaux, Seine-et-Marne, completed his professional development with Lille and signed his first three-year deal on July 27, 2010. Digne was promoted to the senior team and given the number 3 shirt ahead of the 2011–12 season. In the final 16 of the Coupe de la Ligue, he made his professional debut on October 26, 2011, in a 6–1 victory over Sedan.

Digne’s contract was renewed until 2016 January 2012. He made his Ligue 1 debut on January 28th, playing the final two minutes of a 3–0 triumph over Saint-Étienne at the Stadion Nord Lille Metropole. As the defending champions finished third, he made 16 league appearances.

In the 2012–13 season, Digne was a regular. On February 23, 2013, after his cross was deflected in by Yoann Poulard to give Lille the lead in a 3–1 win against Ajaccio, he was sent off after an hour for a foul on Matthieu Chalmé. On 7 April, he scored his first goal, a penalty, in a 5–0 home triumph against Lorient, then two weeks later, he equalized in a 2–1 comeback victory at Bastia.

Digne signed a five-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain on July 17, 2013, for a cost of roughly €15 million. In a 2–1 victory over Bordeaux in Gabon on August 3, he was an unused replacement as they won the 2013 Trophée des Champions. As manager Laurent Blanc rotated his players ahead of the UEFA Champions League, he did not make his debut until September 13th, in a 2–0 win over the same opponents. PSG won both the league and the league cup this season, despite Digne’s role as a back-up to Brazilian veteran Maxwell.

In the 2014 Trophée des Champions, Digne played the entire 90 minutes as PSG defeated Guingamp 2–0 in Beijing. The Parisians won all four domestic titles in 2014–15, despite Digne’s absence from the finals of the Coupe de France and Coupe de la Ligue.

Roma signed Digne from PSG on a season-long loan for €2.5 million on August 26, 2015, with the option to make the transfer permanent at the end of the season. Five days later, he made his debut at the Stadio Olimpico, where he played the entire match in a 2–1 triumph over title holders Juventus. He gave opponent Roberto Pereyra a mocking kiss and told him to check the scoreboard, a move reminiscent of Roma captain Francesco Totti’s 4–0 victory over the same opposition in February 2004.

On September 26, Digne scored his first goal for the Giallorossi, a close-range header in a 5–1 home win over Carpi, after assisting Kostas Manolas in his debut for the club. On 12 February, he returned from injury to score from 30 meters in a 3–1 win against the same opponents, and on 17 April, he opened a 3–3 tie at Atalanta. Digne announced that he wanted the move to be permanent after the team from Italy’s capital finished third in Serie A.

Digne signed a five-year contract with Barcelona in the Spanish La Liga on July 13, 2016. The fee was €16.5 million (£13.8 million), with the potential to rise to €20.5 million (£17.1 million) based on individual and team performance. Digne made his first appearance for Barcelona in the 2016 Supercopa de Espaa first leg against Sevilla on August 14, 2016, as a 27th-minute substitute for compatriot Jérémy Mathieu.

In his first season at the Camp Nou, he appeared in 26 games, scoring once in a 7–0 (8–1 aggregate) triumph over Segunda División B team Hércules in the Copa del Rey last 32 on December 21, 2016. Barcelona won the cup on May 27, 2017, with a 3–1 victory over Alavés, despite Digne’s absence in the final.

In 2017–18, Digne appeared 20 times as Barcelona won both the league and the cup under new manager Ernesto Valverde. He scored from Lionel Messi’s assist in a 3–1 Champions League group stage home win over Olympiacos on October 18, 2017.

Digne signed a five-year contract with Everton for an initial cost of £18 million on August 1, 2018. He made his debut ten days later, coming on for the final four minutes of a 2–2 draw at Wolverhampton Wanderers, replacing double striker and fellow debutant Richarlison. On August 29, he made his EFL Cup debut, assisting Dominic Calvert-Lewin on a goal in a 3–1 win over Rotherham United. Four days later, Digne made his Premier League debut for Everton against Huddersfield Town at Goodison Park, assisting Calvert-headed Lewin’s equalizer in a 1–1 draw.

Digne had surpassed veteran Leighton Baines as Everton’s first-choice left defender at the beginning of October. On 10 December, in the sixth minute of stoppage time at the end of a match against Watford, he scored his first goal for the club, curling in a free-kick for a 2–2 draw. He scored twice in a 5–1 win over Burnley sixteen days later, with a free-kick and a 30-yard shot. In a 1–0 win over Huddersfield on January 29, 2019, he was sent off after denying Adama Diakhaby a goal-scoring opportunity with a foul. Digne’s first season with Everton ended with individual accolades, as he was named Club Player of the Season and Players’ Player of the Season, the latter of which he shared with midfielder Idrissa Gana Gueye for the first time.

Digne was sent off in a 2–0 loss against Southampton on October 25, 2020, for a foul on Kyle Walker-Peters. Referee Kevin Friend called it “severe foul play,” which carries a three-game suspension, but on appeal, the suspension was reduced to one game. Digne informed Everton manager Rafael Benitez in January 2022 that he no longer wanted to play for the club and that he wished to leave.

Aston Villa announced the purchase of Digne from Everton for a cost of £25 million and a deal that runs until 2026 on January 13, 2022. On 15 January 2022, he made his Premier League debut for Aston Villa in a 2–2 home draw with Manchester United.

Digne was a French young international who competed at the U16, U17, and U18 levels for his country. He played every match as France won the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey in 2013. In February 2014, he was called up for the first time, ahead of a friendly match against the Netherlands on March 5. In a 2–0 triumph at the Stade de France, he made his debut as a half-time substitute for Patrice Evra.

Digne was chosen one of 23 members of the French squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, wearing the number 17 shirt, by manager Didier Deschamps in June. His only appearance for the eventual quarter-finalists came against Ecuador in the third group game, where he was sent off for a foul that earned Ecuadorian captain Antonio Valencia a straight red card.

Digne was named to the French squad that finished second in UEFA Euro 2016 on home soil, but he did not play. He was placed on the squad’s standby list for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Due to Lucas Hernandez’s injury, Digne came on at halftime in the 2–2 group draw with Portugal at UEFA Euro 2020. He, too, withdrew minutes later owing to a thigh muscle issue. Due to injuries at left-back, Deschamps was forced to adopt an untested 3–5–2 system against Switzerland in the last 16, which France lost.

Awards, Titles, and Achievements

Lucas Digne France

Player: Lucas Digne France (source: 90 Min)

Lucas Digne has won several titles and an individual award in his career.

Paris Saint-Germain

  • Ligue 1: 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Coupe de France: 2014–15
  • Coupe de la Ligue: 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Trophée des Champions: 2013, 2014, 2015


  • La Liga: 2017–18
  • Copa del Rey: 2016–17, 2017–18
  • Supercopa de España: 2016

France U20

  • FIFA U-20 World Cup: 2013


  • UEFA Nations League: 2020–21


  • Everton Players’ Player of the Season: 2018–19 (shared with Idrissa Gueye)