Timothy Castagne

Timothy Castagne Net Worth, Income, Career & All Wiki [World Cup 2022]

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What is Timothy Castagne recent Net worth?
$11 million

Who is Timothy Castagne?

Timothy Castagne is a Belgian footballer who plays as a right-back for Premier League club Leicester City and the Belgian national team. He can also play as a left-back. He began his football career with SB Waltzing-young Bonnert‘s squad, then moved on to Lorrain Arlon, Virton, and Genk’s youth teams.

He signed a three-year professional contract with Genk in June 2013. On September 14, 2014, he made his Belgian Pro League debut. He signed a €6 million deal with Serie A club Atalanta on July 7, 2017. He made 96 appearances for Atalanta in three years, scoring eight goals in all competitions. He signed a 5-year contract with Premier League team Leicester City on September 3, 2020. He scored his first goal for Leicester City against West Bromwich Albion on September 13, 2020. He has represented Belgium in several age groups on the international stage. He’s played for Belgium at the U18, U19, U21, and senior levels. On September 7, 2018, he made his Belgium national team debut.

Timothy Castagne was born on the 5th of December in the year 1995. Arlon, Belgium, is where he was born. Pierre, his father, and his mother, whose identity is unknown, gave birth to him. Emmi, his younger sister, was his childhood companion. Pierre, his father, was a professional who twice finished as Luxembourg’s best scorer in the 1990s. He was born in Belgium and is a Belgian citizen. He is of Caucasian racial origin. Sagittarius is his zodiac sign.

The talented player was the first and only son (out of three children – a boy and two girls) to enter the world. All were the result of his mother and father’s relationship. Timothy Castagne had a wonderful childhood with his best friend, Noemie, who also happens to be his loving sister. Timothy is the son of a previous Luxembourg Golden Boot winner, according to several sports websites. Pierre, his father, was a professional footballer who, not once, but twice, finished as Luxembourg’s top scorer in the 1990s.

He blended academic instruction with professional football training from an early age. Tim showed versatility early on and was adept at managing multiple priorities. The Belgian grew up with a single goal in mind: to follow in his father’s footsteps. Pierre Castagne struggled with his decision to withdraw from football. As a result, Timothy wanted to carry on his father’s footballing ambitions. Castagne, according to research, went to a boarding school in Liege, Belgium. He was able to practice with the youth teams of Standard Liège, a big club in Belgium, thanks to the institution.

The Belgian celebrity is not single. He is rumored to be dating Camille Melon, with whom he has shared a couple of images on their social media profiles. They appear to be content with each other.

Timothy Castagne, a D/WB/M RL for Leicester City, makes £67,000 per week and £3,484,000 per year. Timothy Castagne has an estimated net worth of £9,053,200. His current deal runs out on June 30, 2025.

Timothy Castagne is 1.85 meters tall, or 6 feet and 1 inch tall. He is 80 kilograms in weight. He has a muscular physique. His eyes are dark brown, and his hair is also brown. He has a straight sexual orientation. He has 98.7k Instagram followers and 9.8k Twitter followers.

The Career of Timothy Castagne

Timothy Castagne Liecester City

Player: Timothy Castagne Leicester City (source: Foxes of Leicester)

Castagne, who was born in Arlon, Belgian Luxembourg, began his football career with local clubs US Waltzing and Lorrain Arlon before joining Virton’s junior academy, the province’s main club. After attending a boarding school in the area, he continued to play matches at Virton on weekends with the Standard Liège young teams.

Castagne moved to Genk in 2011 after Standard opted not to hire him on a permanent basis. He signed a three-year professional contract with Genk in June 2013. After making a positive impression during training camp with the first team in January 2014, then-Genk coach Mario Been decided to include him in the first squad for the second half of the season. On 14 September 2014, he made his Belgian Pro League debut as a starter against Club Brugge under new head coach Alex McLeish. Castagne scored his first senior goal in a 7–1 home triumph on May 2, 2015.

After Andrea Conti left Atalanta for Milan in July 2017, he joined Serie A club Atalanta for €6 million. On January 2, 2018, he scored his first goal for the Bergamo team in a Coppa Italia victory over Napoli.

His play improved in the first half of the second season after the first season of adaptation, and on August 27, 2018, he scored his first goal in Serie A in a 3–3 tie against Roma. He scored four goals in the league while alternating with Hans Hateboer at right wing-back; the others came in the second leg against Roma and two vital end-of-season triumphs over Lazio (1–3) and Genoa (2–1).

He continued to alternate with Hateboer the following season, scoring two goals in all competitions: one on 22 September 2019, when he scored the equalizing goal in the 95th minute against Fiorentina in a 2–2 draw, and the other in the UEFA Champions League, when he scored the first goal in a 0–3 win against Shakhtar Donetsk, advancing the Nerazzurri to the round of 16 for the first time.

Castagne made 96 appearances for Atalanta in three years, scoring eight goals in all competitions. His departure was prompted by a tense relationship with Gian Piero Gasperini, his coach.

Castagne signed a 5-year contract with Premier League team Leicester City on September 3, 2020. He made his Premier League debut on September 13, 2020, scoring his first goal for Leicester City in a 3–0 win over West Bromwich Albion, becoming the fifth Belgian player to do so following Luc Nilis, Thomas Vermaelen, Christian Benteke, and Leandro Trossard.

Castagne made his Belgium national football team debut as a starter against Scotland in a friendly on September 7, 2018. In a 3–1 win over Russia in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifications on March 22, 2019, he assisted his now-Luton teammate Youri Tielemans.

He collided head-on with Daler Kuzyayev in the 25th minute of Belgium’s UEFA Euro 2020 opener against Russia on June 12, 2021. Both had to be replaced. Castagne had to withdraw from the competition due to a bilateral eye socket fracture.

Awards, Titles, and Achievements

Timothy Castagne Belgium

Player: Timothy Castagne Belgium (source: Foxes of Leicester)

Castagne has won only one title in his whole career.

Leicester City

  • FA Cup: 2020–21