Dylan Bronn is a Tunisian professional football player playing for the Italian Serie A club Salernitana. He plays as a defender and wears jersey number 2 in his current team. Since August 2022, Bronn has been with Salernitana.
Despite being born in France, Dylan plays for the Tunisian football team at the international level. He was a part of the team that finished fourth in the Africa Cup of Nations in 2019.
Bronn has not given much info about his love life in the media as he is a private guy. However, he appears to have a partner with whom he may live a low-key life. On December 16, 2021, Bronn shared a photo of the baby's holding his hand.
This hints that Bronn may have a child with his partner. However, the footballer's relationship status remains unknown. We may get some details regarding his love life by following him on Instagram, where he is registered as @dylanbronnofficiel.
Bronn has earned a decent amount of money from being a professional footballer. He has amassed a net worth of over $1 million. Currently, Bronn has a deal with Salernitana worth €1 million. So, Bronn earns £18,000 weekly and £936,000 yearly.
In the 2021 season, Bronn had a contract with another club, Metz, worth €4 million. While playing for them, he earned £16,000 a week and £832,000 a year. Before that season, he took home £17,000 as his weekly wage and £884,000 a year.
Likewise, Bronn played prominently for KAA Gent, signing a deal of €1 million. Having played for multiple teams, Bronn now has a market value of €3 million. His highest market value was €7 million on March 4, 2019.
Before Bronn became a professional, Bronn played for the French club AS Cannes. The club has a significant place in French football history as it was a stepping stone for several famous and legendary French footballers like Zinedine Zidane, Patrick Vieira, and Jonathan Zebina, to name a few players who rose to football prominence.
After several seasons at Cannes, he was an amateur player for Chamois Niortais FC in their reserve team. He signed for the senior team in July 2016 and made his professional debut for FC Niort against RC Lens.
After an impressive debut season, he was given a three-year contract deal with the club on October 18, 2016. On July 31, 2017, he was transferred from the French club Niort to the Belgian top-league club, Gents. After scoring ten goals in 77 games with Gents, he moved to play with Metz. With Metz, he appeared in 79 games and also netted three goals.
After being called up for Tunisia in 2017, Bronn made his international debut for the Tunisian national football team against Morocco in a friendly match on March 28, 2017.
He was called up for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification in November 2017. The squad includes famous Tunisian footballers like Syam Ben Youssef, Wahbi Khazri, and Anice Badri were among several players named on the team.
Also, Bronn was a part of the national team that played in the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Even though he represents Tunisia, the defender was born in Cannes, France, on June 19, 1995, to a French father and a Tunisian mother. So, from his parent's side, Bronn holds dual nationality of French and Tunisian.
Bronn is aware of his privacy but has not discussed anything regarding his family background. Regarding his physical appearance, Bronn stands at the height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.86 m).