Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti is a professional footballer born in Morocco who plays for Wydad AC and Morocco national team. He plays as a goalkeeper and wears jersey number 26 in his current club. Since 2017, Tagnaouti has been playing for Wydad AC.
Besides, Tagnaouti has been playing football professionally since 2015, and his career kicked off after joining RS Berkane. Also, he is in the national team of Morocco, playing in the 2022 World Cup. In 2022, he received the title of the Best goalkeeper in the CAF Champions League.
Tagnaouti is a professional footballer who earns a good sum of money. So, he has a net worth of around $100,000. All of his income comes from being a professional footballer. Tagnaouti is signed with his current club.
However, the details regarding Tagnaouti's salary remain under review as none of the media outlets has given facts regarding it. According to Transfermrkt, Tagnaouti has a market value of €1.80 million. Looking at his career graph, we can say that, Tagnaouti's earnings will undoubtedly rise as he still plays actively.
Tagnaouti makes money from brand endorsement, and he is signed with Puma.
No, Tagnaouti does not have a girlfriend and is currently enjoying a solitary life to the fullest. None of his current social media posts hints at him being engaged in a romantic affair. Like many footballers, Tagnaouti prefers to keep his personal life away from the press.
His Instagram posts show that Tagnaouti seems to be a family person and shares snaps with his family members and friends.
Tagnaouti began his career as a goalkeeper with Academy Mohamed IV in 2014, where he played for a year. Tagnaouti was transferred to Nahdat Berkane in 2015. He played for two years for the club, where he played ten games.
Likewise, Tagnaouti was sent on loan to a Moroccan sports club, Wydad Athletic Club, for six months. He won Botola (2016–17) with the team. Wydad AC signed him on July 27, 2017. He was immediately loaned to the Moroccan football club, Ittihad Tanger. He was loaned to IR Tanger on July 29, 2017, with whom he won 2017-018 Botola.
As Tagnaouti is professionally signed with Wydad AC, he has already played more than 120 games.
Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti earned his first cap with the Morocco U17 with the coach Abdellah El Idrissi with whom he played 1 match. Moreover, he played three games for Morocco U20. On October 10, 2017, Tagnaouti earned his first senior cap under coach Herve Renard on October 10, 2017, in a 3-1 win against South Korea in international friendlies.
Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti was born on April 5, 1996, in Casablanca, Morocco. So, Tagnaouti holds Moroccan nationality, and his height is 6 feet 4 inches (1.92 m).
His supportive parents raised Tagnaouti, and he credits his parents for his success. He often posts snaps with his mother on his social media page.