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|Full name||Daniel Parejo Muñoz|
|Date of birth||16 April 1989|
|Place of birth||Coslada, Spain|
|Height||1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Playing position||Central midfielder|
|2006–2008||Real Madrid B||37||(11)|
|2008||→ Queens Park Rangers (loan)||14||(0)|
Who is Dani Parejo?
Daniel Parejo also known as “Dani” was born on 16th of April 1989, he’s a professional footballer of Spanish origin, who plays as a central midfielder for Valencia CF, where he is captain, and also for the Spanish national team.
After starting at Real Madrid, he first made his name in La Liga with Getafe. Transferred to Valencia in 2011, he continued to appear in 335 official matches for the latter club and won the Copa del Rey in 2019; he also spent four months in England, with the Queens Park Rangers.
In all the youth stages, Parejo won 43 national matches for Spain and scored nine goals. He made his full debut in 2018, at the age of 28.
Daniel Parejo – Net Worth
The present net worth of Daniel Parejo is estimated to be around € 15 million Euros, according to recent reports. His market value currently stands at € 20 million as of the ongoing football season.
Dani Parejo Wife
Dani Parejo is married to his lovely Spanish wife by the name of Isabel, they are blessed with 2 kids
Daniel Parejo – Club Career
Born in Coslada, Madrid region, Parejo was a product of Real Madrid’s youth academy and began when he was 14 years old. He was repeatedly called by first-team coach Bernd Schuster to coach with the seniors and during the 2006–07 season, played four games for Real Madrid Castilla in the Segunda Division.
On August 4, 2008, Parejo signed a one-year loan deal with the Championship club Queens Park Rangers, debuting five days later, coming off the bench in a 2-1 win over Barnsley on Loftus Road, moving on to a total of 18 official appearances .
On December 17, Real Madrid withdrew the player from his loan from January 1, 2009, after first-team midfielders Rubén de la Red and Mahamadou Diarra were both looking for the campaign with various physical problems.
Parejo received the squad number 17, which had previously been assigned to Ruud van Nistelrooy, who was also out for months due to a serious injury. He appeared a bit during the season, and his first match was the 4-0 La Liga away success against Sporting de Gijón on February 15 when he replaced Sergio Ramos in the last ten minutes.
In late July 2009, when Esteban Granero was bought back from Getafe CF, Parejo went in the opposite direction with Real, as in Granero’s case, with a similar alternative.
On March 25, 2010, he scored against his former club after stealing the ball from goalkeeper Iker Casillas, but the hosts lost it 2-4; Having to compete for a starting spot in central midfield with coach Míchel’s son, Adrián – a former teammate of Real Madrid B – he nevertheless contributed solidly during the campaign when Getafe qualified for the second time in his history for the UEFA Europa League.
Parejo appeared more in 2010-11 (36 games), but Madrid’s edge club avoided only narrow relegation.
Parejo played for Valencia in 2015
On June 14, 2011 Valencia CF signed Parejo for a reported € 6 million, with goalkeeper Miguel Ángel Moyá going to Getafe on an annual loan as part of the deal. He made his league debut on August 15 and played 80 minutes in a 1-1 draw against RCD Mallorca.
Parejo was soon considered surplus to the demands of his new club, and his situation did not improve even after the serious injury sustained by Sergio Canales, who played in the same position. However, he bounced back for 2012-13, scoring twice in 36 official matches in a possible finish in fifth place.
In the years that followed, Parejo was an undisputed starter for several managers. In 2014-15, he scored the top 12 goals of his career, and was one of the best scorers in the midfielder’s competition. In the process, he also became the first Valencia midfielder to score ten or more goals since Vicente in the 2003–04 season.
Parejo and Paco Alcácer each scored twice in a 5-1 win away to third place RC Celta de Vigo on November 7, 2015; his first came just before halftime, through a free kick to put the visitors ahead 2-1. In January, however, after a poor run of form, the former was deprived of his captaincy in favor of the latter by manager Gary Neville.
International career – UEFA Championship
Parejo was named the Spanish Under-19 squad for the UEFA Championship in 2007. In the tournament held in Austria, he scored the last winner against Greece (1-0).
Parejo was promoted to the under-21 team the following year, appearing in several qualifying matches for the European Championships in 2009. He won his first cap for the senior team on March 27, 2018, replacing Thiago Alcântara late in the 6-1 friendly defeat to Argentina.
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