Darnell Johnson

Darnell Johnson

Darnell Johnson, born as Darnell Tobias Jack Johnson, is an English professional footballer. Previously he was a defender in Leicester City. However, he was moved to Wigan Athletic on loan from Leicester City until January 4, 2021. 

Furthermore, Darnell was also a part of the England under-19 team. The team had played against Portugal and won the 2017 UEFA European Under-19 Championship. 

Quick Facts:

Name Darnell Johnson
Birthday September 3, 1998
Age 22
Gender Male
Height 6 feet 1 inches
Nationality British
Profession Footballer
Married/Single Single
Instagram @djdarnell
Twitter @djdarnell98

10 Facts About Darnell Johnson

  1. Born on the 3rd of September, 1998, Darnell Johnson’s age is 22 years old. He was born in Leicester, England, and holds a British nationality.
  2. The English footballer, Johnson, has a dedicated Wikipedia profile with sufficient information published about him.
  3. Moving on, Darnell Johnson is active on social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter. He has verified social media accounts with over 8.5K followers on Instagram and 3K followers on Twitter.
  4. Now, talking about his romantic life, the rising athletic star has kept his personal life away from the media. That’s why we are not sure as to whether or not he is single or dating a girlfriend.
  5. Darnell Johnson is currently playing for Wigan Athletic on loan from Leicester City as a defender. Thus, his income and salary are not confirmed at the moment but as a defender, he must be earning a healthy salary.
  6. In August 2018, Darnell signed a three-year contract with Leicester City after a friendly game ahead of the 2018-2019 season. 
  7. A rising athlete, Darnell Johnson stands tall at a towering height of 6 feet and 1 inch. Similarly, he has a bodyweight relevant to his height.
  8. For the remainder of the 2018–19 season, Johnson moved on loan to Scottish Premiership club Hibernian in January 2019. 
  9. Due to a challenge he made on Emilio Izaguirre in a match against Celtic, Johnson was suspended for two consecutive matches on February 6.
  10. Moreover, Johnson was also made captain of the England under-16 team that was to play against  Northern Island. 

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