- Famous Name Terry Taylor
- Birth Name Terence Taylor
- Birth Place Irvine, Scotland
- Famous Name Terry Taylor
- Salary £52,000 per annum
- Position in Team Midfielder
- Current team Burton Albion
- Nationality Scottish, Wales
- Profession Footballer
Terence Taylor, better known as Terry Taylor is a Scottish professional footballer who is signed to the League One side Burton Albion. At the international level, he represented Scotland U18 and U18 national teams but later switched to Wales national teams and represented its U21 squad.
Irvine, Scotland native, Terry Taylor was born on 29th June 2001, under the star sign. His father is Scottish while his mother is Wales, hence, he holds both Scottish and Wales nationality. The twenty-year-old stands 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in) tall.
How Much Is Terry Taylor's Net Worth In 2021?
At Burton Albion, Terry Taylor makes £1,000 weekly which is £52,000 per annum. Earlier, he played for Grimsby Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers but no financial detail was provided.
His current market value is reported at £559. An Adidas athlete, his net worth as of 2021 is under review.
Terry Taylor's Relationship Status
Burton Albion No. 23 midfielder is yet to come out with his personal stuff in the public. Terry who is the rising name in football has a good fan base and they are very eager to know if the twenty years old is dating or not. But sadly, Terry has not left any hint regarding his relationship or girlfriend. For now, he is believed to be single
Terry Taylor's Football Career
Terry Taylor widely spend his youth career playing at Aberdeen (2009-2017). In 2017, he joined the youth team of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
On 30th October 2019, he made his first-team debut for Wolverhampton Wanderers in an EFL Cup tie against Aston Villa. Also, he was a team member in the club's pre-season tour of China, where he played in the club's Premier League Asia Trophy Final victory against Manchester City.
On 7th September 2020, Taylor was loaned out to Grimsby Town for a seasonlong. The very next day, he made his debut for the Grimsby Town in an EFL Trophy tie with Harrogate Town. Following injury, he missed out on Holloway's final five games before his resignation and not playing any games under new manager Paul Hurst, Wolves recalled Taylor in the winter transfer window.
On 1st February 2021, Taylor signed with Burton Albion on a permanent deal, agreeing on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
Born in Scotland to Wales mother, Taylor is eligible to play for both the nation internationally. He represented Scotland U 17 and U 18 national teams.
On 19th November 2019, he made his debut for the Wales under-21 team as a second-half substitute in the 1–0 wins against Bosnia-Herzegovina. He has then gone on to represent the under-21 side a further 5 times, captaining them as well.
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