Kevin De Bruyne – The Tumble Dryer

This Belgian proficient footballer plays as a midfielder for English club Manchester City and the Belgian national team.

Net Worth

Kevin De Bruyne is an indispensable part of his team. His skills and abilities have made it possible for his national team to gain impetus and made its way onto the charts. His earnings are consummate of his paramount efforts and part in the game and team.

Kevin De Bruyne joined Manchester City for a then club record price tag of £54 million. Today, he earns £260,000 every week.

Kevin De Bruyne Net Worth is $620 Million. The Net worth of Kevin De Bruyne has grown at a fast pace in the last 3 years. His net worth includes Match Fee, Brand Endorsements, Personal investments, etc.

Family Life

Kevin is happily married to a beautiful and dazzling Michele Lacroix. They met in 2014 in Bundesliga. He moved to the Premier League club after finding out that Michele was pregnant.

In December 2016, the Belgian playmaker proposed her amorously beneath the Eiffel Tower in Paris. They tied the knot in 2017 with a sumptuous wedding ceremony in Italy. On 10 March 2016, they were blessed with a healthy baby boy whom they named Mason Milian De Bruyne.

Luxury Cars

Mercedes was the first luxury car that Kevin bought. Until then, he relied on club vehicles. However, he wanted everything special and ready for the birth of his child. What better than having your own car? The car owned by Kevin De Bruyne is the Mercedes G-Class G63 AMG. The car was bought for a whopping £1, 90,000.qa

Exquisite Mansion

He splashed out on a mansion for £2.25 million. His beautiful 3 storeyed mansion is an epitome of his taste and lifestyle. With six bedrooms and five bathrooms, the house is magnificent and humungous. He also has a home theatre and a personal gym. The golf course views from his mansion are the one to die.

Other Interests

Kevin de Bruyne is a massive fan of the Great British Bake Off. After conquering and mesmerizing the audience with his football skills, he tried his hands on baking as well.

He wrote an autobiography, entitled Keep It Simple, which was published by Borgerhoff & Lamberigts in October 2014.

Since 2014, Kevin has been an envoy of Special Olympics. As empathetic as he is, he sends part of profits in these Olympics from his clothing line.

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