[People Profile] All We Know About Noni Madueke Biography, Family, Career, Networth
Chukwunonso “Noni” Tristan Madueke (born 10 March 2002) is an English professional footballer , who plays for Eredivisie club PSV as a winger as well as an midfielder attacking.
Madueke is from Igbo descent. Born in Barnet the city of Barnet, Madueke relocated to the tiny village of Wintelre along with his mother when signing with PSV.
Profiling Chukwunonso "Tristan " MaduekeA Quick Glance At Chukwunonso "Tristan " Madueke
|Full Names||Chukwunonso Tristan Madueke|
|Place of birth||Osasco, Brazil|
|Date Of Birth||10 March 2002|
|State of Origin||Barnet, England|
2011–2014 Crystal Palace
2014–2018 Tottenham Hotspur
2019–2020 Jong PSV
2017–2018 England U16
2018–2019 England U17
2019 England U18
2021– England U21
|Salary||€ 13,462, per week|
|Net Worth||2.5 Million Pound|
Madueke signed with Crystal Palace at the age of nine, and he was there for three years. club for three years. Later, he was signed by Tottenham Hotspur; he captained their under-16 team and made his debut as an under-18 player in the age group of fifteen. He joined Dutch team PSV in June of 2018, signing a three-year deal and rescinding any offer by Manchester United in the process.
On the 26th of August, 2019 Madueke made his debut for the senior team at the top of the Eerste Divisie for Jong PSV, coming on in the 64th minute as a substitute in a 1-0 defeat against MVV Maastricht.
When he made his debut with PSV’s team on the 19th of January, 2020, with the 1-1 draw against VVV-VenloMadueke made his way in to the PSV team completely in the 2020-21 season and scored his first start with PSV with a 2-1 win over Emmen on September 19, 2020. Madueke completed this season with 7 Eredivisie goals. The club later said he was having an “breakout” campaign, with eight assists and nine goals across all competitions.
7 August 2021 Madueke scored two goals in the Johan Cruyff’s Shield’s 4-0 victory against Ajax and, as a result, helped Ajax to end their 17-game streak of unbeaten.
On the 26th of August, 2021 Madueke signed a new contract with PSV and will remain with PSV until 2025. Madueke was also awarded his number 10, which is the jersey.
Madueke has played for England at the youth level, scoring two goals in a qualifying match against Denmark under-17. He also was part of the squad in the 2019 UEFA European Under-17 Championship.
Madueke made his debut for the U18s in the 70th minute as a substitute in the 3-2 victory against Australia in De Montfort Park on 6 September 2019. He scored his first goals for the U18s in the 2-0 victory over South Korea at North Street on the 10th of September, 2019.
On March 15th, 2021, Madueke got the first England U21 selection to the Young Lions squad for the 2021 European Under-21 Championship of UEFA[18and played his first game as a player in the second group match which ended in a 2-0 loss to Portugal on the 28th of March in 2021.
PSV Eindhoven forward, Noni Madueke, a forward for PSV Eindhoven, has given about the country he would like to represent. The player has Nigerian parents living in England and is therefore capable of representing either of the two nations.
The PSV star is the focus of numerous discussions about a transfer this season, and it’s not a surprise given his impressive record of seven assists since joining the team in The Phillips Stadion.
His career at club hasn’t been the only thing to be questioned However, there has been no open declaration of which country he’d like to represent at the international level.
The speculation seems to have been put to rest since this Former Tottenham prodigy has revealed his intention to follow in the footsteps of the players like Bukayo Saka as well as Jadon Sancho in the Euros as well as in the World Cup.
In an England with the Sun the forward expressed his confidence in his potential to be a part of the England team.
“I’m quite self-confident in myself. In my mind, there are no limit in what I can accomplish.”
“I don’t know what’s likely take place in the near future. However, I will never doubt my abilities.”
He also expressed his desire representing England in the following World Cup in Qatar.
“You never know what football will play. I try to accept each day as it is. Bread and butter is my comrade.”
“If I’m winning games with my club, if I could be at the World Cup in 15 months, it would be great.”
Madueke has represented England at a youth level and with the amazing talent which he has displayed over the past two years, it will just take a few minutes of time until he receives the opportunity to play for England.
He has never expressed his intention to represent Nigeria