Thomas Deng Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Salary, Biography, Ethnicity

Thomas Deng Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Salary, Biography, Ethnicity read all about him in this article.Thomas Jok Deng is a Japanese footballer who plays as a central defender for Albirex Niigata. He has represented Australia's national team as a South Sudanese refugee born in Kenya.

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Thomas Deng Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Salary, Biography, Ethnicity
Thomas Deng

He is eligible to play for Australia, Kenya, and South Sudan as a result of his South Sudanese heritage in addition to the fact that he was born in Kenya. In October of 2018, it was announced that Deng would be joining the Socceroos team for their upcoming training camp in the United Arab Emirates as well as their friendly match against Kuwait. His first appearance was in the friendly, which he played in alongside his childhood buddy and fellow South Sudanese refugee Awer Mabil.

Thomas Deng Wiki/ Biography

Thomas Deng was born on 20 March 1997.Deng's real name is Thomas Jok Deng.Thomas Deng stands 182 cm tall and weighs 73 kg.He went to a local private school for her primary education. For his higher education, he went to some private university.

Real Name Thomas Deng
Birthdate 20 March 1997 
Age (2022) 25 years
Place of Birth Nairobi, Kenya
Nationality Australian, Kenyan, South Sudanese
Ethnicity Mixed
Religion Not Known
Education Graduation
Profession Professional footballer

Thomas Deng Family 

Father Name Mr.Deng
Mother Name Mrs.Deng
Siblings Four
Marital Status Not Married
Spouse / Partner Not Known
Children Not Yet
Net Worth 6.5 Million
Last Update 2022

Thomas Deng Parents

Thomas Deng Born to his parents Mr.Deng and Mrs.Deng. Thomas Deng has four older siblings, as well as a half-brother who lives in Uganda. His older brother, Peter Deng, has represented South Sudan.

Thomas Deng Wife, Is Thomas Deng Married

Thomas Deng is not married yet.He has never shared her personal life on social media so that there is no information about he has any past relationship and any previous engaged. He is not dating anyone. According to our Database, he has no children.

Thomas DengNet Worth

Thomas Deng Net Worth is 6.5 Million in 2022.As a Professional footballer  he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle.

Name Thomas Deng
Net Worth 6.5 Million
Income / Salary Per Years Will Update Soon
Income Source Professional footballer
Last Update 2022

Thomas Deng Ethnicity, Nationality

Thomas Deng Ethnicity is mixed annd currently he holds the Australian, Kenyan, South Sudanese Nationality.

Thomas Deng Career Highights

The Adelaide Blue Eagles were Deng's first club, together with his close buddy and fellow refugee and Socceroo Awer Mabil. After his family relocated to Melbourne in 2011, Deng made his senior football debut as a 16-year-old for Western Eagles F.C. in 2013 under then-manager Budala Barei-Niki in Victorian State League Division 3.

The following season, he went to neighbouring Green Gully SC, where manager Bob Stojcevski recruited him to play for the club's under-20 squad. In 2014, he made 13 appearances with the NPL Victoria's first team after being promoted to the senior squad. Melbourne Victory National Youth League coach Darren Davies awarded Deng a youth contract as a result of his strong achievements for Gully.

Deng made his Melbourne Victory senior squad debut in the 2015 FFA Cup against Balmain Tigers. On October 9, 2015, against Adelaide United, he made his A-League debut as a substitute, replacing Fahid Ben Khalfallah after Leigh Broxham received a red card. Thomas made his A-League debut for Melbourne Victory against city rivals Melbourne City in round 2 on October 17, 2015, and was voted Man of the Match by supporters and social media.

Deng joined Jong PSV on loan for one year in June of 2016.He returned to Melbourne Victory at the conclusion of the season after making five appearances.Following his participation in the 2020 AFC U-23 Championship, Deng departed Melbourne Victory in January 2020 to join Japanese club Urawa Red Diamonds.