Jonny Evans is an athlete who was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 03/01/1988 and is now 35 years old. Jonny Evans has a net worth of $35 Million.
What is Jonny Evans Net Worth?
Jonny Evans's net worth is 35 Million.
How old is Jonny Evans?
Jonny Evans is 35 years old.
What is Jonny Evans Birthday?
Jonny Evans's birthday is 03/01/1988.
What is Jonny Evans Zodiac Sign?
Jonny Evans's zodiac sign is Capricornus.
What is Jonny Evans's Real Birth Name?
Jonny Evans's real birth name is Jonathan Grant Evans.
Where is Jonny Evans's Birthplace?
Jonny Evans's birthplace is Belfast, Northern Ireland.
How Tall is Jonny Evans?
Jonny Evans height is 6'2'' (187.96 cm).
What is Jonny Evans Nationality?
Jonny Evans nationality is Republic of Ireland.
What are Jonny Evans's Professions?
Jonny Evans's professions are Football Player.
Who is Jonny Evans's Spouse(s)?
Helen McConnell (m. 2013)
Who is Jonny Evans?
Jonathan Grant Evans MBE (born 3 January 1988) is a Northern Irish professional footballer who plays as a defender for Premier League club Manchester United and the Northern Ireland national team.
Evans started his career at Manchester United and progressed through the club’s academy. He went on loan to Royal Antwerp and Sunderland to gain first-team experience before making his Manchester United first-team debut in the 2007–08 League Cup. He became a regular first-team squad member the following season, playing almost 200 matches for Manchester United and winning three Premier League titles amongst a host of other honours in an eight-year spell; however, he fell out of favour at the club under manager Louis van Gaal and left for West Bromwich Albion in 2015. After West Brom’s relegation three years later, Evans signed for Leicester City, with whom he won the FA Cup in 2021. Following Leicester City’s relegation in 2023, Evans was released and returned to his former club Manchester United on a one-year contract.
Evans is the second-most decorated player in Northern Irish football history. He has played over 100 matches for the Northern Ireland national team, and was ever-present in the team’s run to the round of 16 at UEFA Euro 2016.