[People Profile] All We Know About Domingos Quina Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Domingos Quina was born on 18 November 1999. He is the name of a Portuguese professional player, who works in the midfield at EFL Championship club Watford.
Profiling ” Domingos ” Quina
In This Review
|Full Names||Domingos Quina|
|Place of birth||Bissau, Guinea-Bissau|
|Date Of Birth||18 November 1999|
|State of Origin||Bissau, Guinea-Bissau|
2016 West Ham United
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2016–2018 West Ham United
2021 → Granada (loan)
2021 → Fulham (loan)
2022 → Barnsley (loan)
2015–2016 Portugal U17
2016 Portugal U18
2016–2018 Portugal U19
2017–2019 Portugal U20
2019 Portugal U21
|Salary||£416,000 Annual Salary|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
Despite his birthplace in Guinea-Bissau He has played for Portugal in international youth competitions. He is the father of the former Portugal international player Samuel Quina.
After spending in the academies of Benfica and Chelsea He was then offered an agreement by Arsenal however Quina was able to sign with West Ham United in May 2016 in the hope that he would be a part of the team in July 2016 and sign a professional deal at the age of 17 in November 2016. Quina made his debut making his debut as an 81st-minute substitute for Michail A. Antonio in the Europa League against NK Domzale in the Europa League on July 28, 2016 and was also a role in the second half of the club’s 3-0 win at the club’s inaugural game on the pitch at London Stadium. On October 3, 2016, Quina scored a widely applauded score in the match for West Ham Under 23’s, through a chip close to the mid-point of the pitch to beat Leicester Under 23’s team.
At the age of 17, Quina has signed his debut professional deal at West Ham in November 2016 which may keep him there until the end of the year 2019. The similar year, Quina also received two nominations to be Premier League 2 “Player of the Month” for October. These nominations were awarded for his performance in the matches against Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and West Bromwich Albion respectively. His performance in the West Ham Under 23’s saw Sky Sports describe Quina as”a wonderful kid”.
9 August 2018 Quina made a move to Watford on a four-year deal for an unspecified amount, thought to be PS1 million. Quina began the Watford debut on the 29th of August in the second round of the EFL Cup game away to Reading. In the second half, with Watford already in the lead at 1-0, Quina scored with a driving shot that was called “superb”, from 30 yards out to make it two goals, which was the final score. Quina scored the Premier League debut for the club on December 4, 2018, making his debut as a substitute in a 2-1 loss at home to Manchester City and his first league appearance in the next matchon
December 10, 2018 with a 2-2 away match against Everton. On the 15th December, the Watford player became most youthful Watford players to have scored in the Premier League, in a match against Cardiff City.
The 1st of February, 2021 saw Quina was signed by La Liga side Granada on loan until the close of the season.
The 31st of August, 2021 Quina joined newly relegated Championship club Fulham on an all-season loan agreement and the club also holds the option of making the loan contract permanent.
1 February 2022 was the day that Quina was signed by EFL Championship side Barnsley on loan until the end of 2021-22’s season. Quina scored his debut goal for Barnsley against Queens Park Rangers on 12 February 2022. The loan was ended on the 26th of April 2022 following aBarnsley were knocked out of the Premier League.
Moving to Portugal when he was a child, Quina has represented that nation at the under-17, under-18, as well as the under-20 level. He was the winner of his place in the UEFA European Under-17 Championship with Portugal in May of
2016. In July of 2018 the player was part of Portugal’s U19 team who took home the UEFA European Under-19 Championship beating Italy U19 4-3 in extra time.