Dusan Tadic

MKhanal 29 Mar,2018

Facts of Dusan Tadic

Birth Name
Dusan Tadic
Famous Name
Dusan Tadic
Married to
Dragana Vukanac
Currently Married


Career & Net worth

Net Worth
$11 million
Currently Club
Serbian national team and Southampton


Married to
Dragana Vukanac
Currently Married

Dusan Tadic is an international footballer who currently plays as attacking midfielder for National Team of Serbia and Dutch club Ajax. The 29-years old footballer played for AIK Backa Topola, Vojvodina, Groningen, Southhamptom, and Twente previously.

Tadic is married to his wife Dragana Vukanac since 2013. He has an estimated net worth of about $10 million.

Dusan Tadic’s Net Worth and Salary

Tadic's net worth is expected to be about $10 million. He currently lives in an apartment in England, United Kingdom. In 2017, he received £42,000 as weekly wages from his current club i.e. £28,28,000 in a year.

Tadic's weekly salary was reported to be £60,000 i.e £3,120,000 in a year. His salary for the 2019 season is reportedly around £26,000.

In 2016, Tadic's market value was estimated at £15.30million and his current market value is estimated to be around £13.50million.

Tadic has a Porche car which costs £60,000. He is currently banned from driving as he was found overspeeding his car back in November.

Dusan Tadic’s Married, Wife, and Personal Life

Dusan Tadic is married to his beloved wife, Dragana Vukanac since 2013. The couple dated for several years before tying the knot five years ago.

Dusan Tadic's wife Dragana Vukanac  SOURCE: Spelersvrouw

The couple has three children named Vasily (10), Veljko (7), and Tara (2).

Tadic has a standing height of 5 feet 9 inch and weighs above 76kg.

Dusan Tadic’s Bio and Early Life

Dusan Tadic was born on November 20, 1988, in Backa Topola, SFR Yugoslavia. Regarding his nationality, Tadic is Serbian.

Tadic was born to his father, Petar Tadic, and mother, Mary Tadic and grew up with his brother.

Dusan Tadic’s Professional Career

Following his youth career, Dusan Tadic played for AIK Backa Topola and Vojvodina. In 2006, he was promoted to a senior team of Vojvodina but later left the club after scoring 29 goals in 107 games.

Tadic was the member of the team that held the second position in Serbian Cup (2006-07, 2009-010).

On July 1, 2010, Tadic was transferred to FC Groningen with the transfer fee of £990K and made his debut against Ajax where he provides assists for Tim Matavz in a 2-2 draw.

His first goal came on December 18, 2010, over Excelsior in a 2-2- tie. He left the club in 2012 after making 72 appearances scoring 14 goals.

Tadic moved to FC Twente on July 1, 2012, with the transfer fee of £4.95million and scored two goals in his debut match in August 2012.

He was signed by Southampton with the transfer fee of £12.60million on July 8, 2014, on a four-year contract.

Tadic later made his competitive debut on in a 1-2 loss against Liverpool on 17 August. He scored his first goal for the club with a penalty against Arsenal at League Cup on 23 September.

Tadic had a penalty against Burnley on 13 December which was saved by Tom Heaton as the team went on to lose 0-1. He has so far scored 17 goals in 126 appearances. 

He then joined Dutch club Ajax in June 2018 and also went on to score the 3rd goal in a match against Real Madrid in March 2019 that knocked the defending champions out of the Champions League.

has been honored with Eredivisie top assists(2010-2014), Serbian SuperLiga Team of the Season (2009-010) and Serbian Player of the Year (2016).

Dusan Tadic’s International Career

Dusan Tadic made his international debut with the Serbia U-19 with whom he played 3 games scoring 2 goals.

Tadic then played 11 matches for Serbia U-21 from 2007 to 2010. He was invited to 3 games for 2008 Summer Olympics along with Serbian team captain Vladimir Stojkovic.

He has represented his youth team at 2007 UEFA European Under-19 Championship and the 2009 UEFA European U-21 Championship.

On December 14, 2008, Tadic earned his first senior cap under the coach Radomir Antic. He scored his first international goal at 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification against Wales on September 11, 2012. He was also included for the FIFA World Cup 2018 and appeared in every group stage game.

Tadic has been capped 61 times for his national team scoring 14 goals. He is supported by Nemanja Matic in international games.


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