[People Profile] All We Know About Tosin Adarabioyo Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Abdul-Nasir Oluwatosin Oluwadoyinsolami Adarabioyo born on the 24th of September, 1997 is an English professional footballer who is a centre-back at Premier League club Fulham.
Adarabioyo began his professional career at Manchester City where, after growing through the club’s junior ranks and making his debut as a senior player in the year the year 2016. Then, he became the youngest player to make his debut in the first UEFA Champions League match for the club. He had eight appearances in all competitions. He also had loans at West Bromwich Albion and Blackburn Rovers. He signed for Fulham as a permanent player on July 20, 2020.
Adarabioyo is an former England youth international, and has was a part of the team in 14 occasions between younger and older levels however, he has still waiting to play his first senior game for England. Adarabioyo is also still in the position to play for Nigeria.
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Profiling Abdul-Nasir Oluwatosin Oluwadoyinsolami AdarabioyoA Quick Glance At Abdul-Nasir Oluwatosin Oluwadoyinsolami Adarabioyo
|Full Names||Abdul-Nasir Oluwatosin Oluwadoyinsolami Adarabioyo|
|Place of birth||Manchester, England|
|Date Of Birth||24 September 1997|
|State of Origin||Manchester, England|
–2003 Fletcher Moss Rangers
2003–2016 Manchester City
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2016–2020 Manchester City
2018–2019 → West Bromwich Albion (loan)
2019–2020 → Blackburn Rovers (loan)
2012–2013 England U16
2013 England U17
2014–2015 England U18
2015 England U19
|Salary||£17,000 per week|
|Net Worth||$1.5 million|
In Manchester, England, Adarabioyo was raised within Whalley Range and attended Chorlton High School as well as St Bede’s College. His career in football began when he was five years old, when he was a part of the youth program in Manchester City after he was noticed by the club’s director recruiting, Terry John, at an event for local players. He was briefly trained by city rivals Manchester United and Blackburn Rovers but chose to stay at City and quickly advanced through the youth ranks through his early years. At 14 years old, he joined City. old, he was a part of the U18 squad and was the captain within a couple of years as he started training with the club’s first team. He was the captain in City’s loss of 5-2 in the FA Youth Cup final to Chelsea during the 2014-15 FA Youth Cup final.
The form he showed at the young age saw him promoted to the first squad during the 2015-16 season. He played as a non-serious substitute for the first time in 2 UEFA Champions League matches against Juventus and Borussia Monchengladbach. Adarabioyo’s first senior appearance came on the 21st of February, 2016 when he was selected in a youth starting team to Manuel Pellegrini for City’s FA Cup match against Chelsea The match received praise for his strong performance when he played in the opposition’s goalie Diego Costa despite his side being defeated 5-1.
Prior to the start of the 2016-17 season and after the appointment of Pep Guardiola as the replacement for Pellegrini, Adarabioyo was linked a transfer away from City due to speculation of interest coming from Celtic as well as Tottenham Hotspur. The latter stayed with city and got applauded with praise by Guardiola for his performance in the pre-season that led to him being elevated to first team. It was the Champions League debut as a substitute for John Stones in a 1-0 play-off round victory over Steaua Bucuresti on the 24th of August 2016. He then became the youngest player ever to play an official match with the team later in that year at 19, 73 and 19 days. Also, he made the League Cup debut during the season in which he was involved at least three times as he was granted an extension of his contract at the close of the season.
In the 2017-18 campaign, Adarabioyo continue to play in both the first squad and reserve team, but his time in the senior team was restricted by the depth of the City defense, which was reflected in that of the Captain Vincent Kompany, Stones, Nicolas Otamendi, Eliaquim Mangala and the new signing, Aymeric Laporte. It was not until October 24, 2017 that he played his debut performance of the campaign, against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the fourth round of the League Cup, where Manchester City beat Wolverhampton 4-1 in a penalty shoot-out after an 0-0 draw. Adarabioyo continued to make three appearances, increasing his total for the season to four in all competitions. He also joined Championship club West Bromwich Albion on loan prior to the start of the 2018-19 season.
In October 5, 2020, with one year left in his deal, Adarabioyo ended his 18-year partnership of Manchester City when he joined Premier League rivals Fulham on an ongoing contract. While the price was unannounced but local media stated that City would be paid up to PS2million in exchange for the transfer in addition to the opportunity to earn 20% selling on fee for any subsequent transfer. At the time of his arrival, newly promoted Fulham were unable to win their first four league games in the league and he was immediately put into the starting line-up by the manager Scott Parker, where he made a formidable team with Joachim Andersen, who had joined the club the same day under the form of a short-term contract from Olympique Lyonnais. Through the time of the season Adarabioyo was able to make the Sky Sports described as a “seamless transition” to the Premier League and delivered a numerous impressive performance that included the clean sheet during the league’s 1-0 win against the reigning champions Liverpool in March. This made him eligible to be considered for as an England call-up. But he was not able to stop the club from being sent down to the Championship and was confirmed by the fact that there were only three games remaining in this campaign.He made his debut for Fulham in the 1-1 draw against Bournemouth on December 3 in 2021.
Adarabioyo is an ex- England youth international who was a part of his home country at 14 times across different age-groups. His first appearance in the national team’s uniform in November 2012, at fifteen years old, when he was selected to the England under-16 squad for the first time. making his debut in the 41st minute substitute in the game against Scotland in the game. England were able to secure 12 consecutive Victory Shield triumph. In August of that same season, Adarabioyo received a call-up to England under-17 team for the first time. He was first on the pitch in a 3-1 loss to Portugal in the month following. Adarabioyo then became an individual player in the England under-18 squad and made his debut in the event of celebrating his birthday when he played as an extra in a 2-0 defeat to Italy. In
November of 2015, Adarabioyo was called up to the England under-19 team to make his first appearance. After playing as an uninvolved substitute in the game against the Netherlands He was able to make the England under-19 debut in the game against Japan on the 15th of November, 2015, playing the entire match, and the under-19 team won 5-1.
Despite playing regularly at the young age in England, Adarabioyo is yet to make his debut in the national side and is eligible to continue representing Nigeria by descent.
The former player was said to have declined an offer from his country’s Nigeria Football Federation to represent the Super Eagles but opened the possibility of being called up in 2020, when he stated his desire to play in 2022’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar one of England or Nigeria