Dani Carvajal of Real Madrid took to his social media handle to celebrate his son’s one-year birthday. The baby boy named Martin Carvajal Canizares was born on December 7, 2021.
The Spanish International who just got knocked out of the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar by Morocco on November 5, 2022, didn’t hide his emotions as he celebrated his child by sharing pictures of himself and the boy on his Instagram page to wish him a happy birthday.
Dani Carvajal’s love life.
Carvajal met Daphne Canizares after setting his foot as a senior footballer at Real Madrid. Since then the couple has been together.
Dani Carvajal and Daphne Canizares got married in June of 2022 in a lavish ceremony that was attended by many of Carvajal’s current and ex-teammates.
Dani and Daphne began dating at least four years before their wedding, crediting October 24, 2018 as the start of their love story.
They got engaged on 24 December 2020 and got married two years later to keep up with the growth of the affairs.
Spanish footballer Dani Carvajal was joined by his Real Madrid teammates as he tied the knot with girlfriend Daphne Cañizares at a stunning rustic venue.
Dani, 30, and Daphne, who share a son, exchanged vows in front of 250 of their closest friends and family on June 24, 2022, after their original plans were delayed due to Covid.
Dani Carvajal and Daphne Canizares have a son together, named Martin Carvajal Canizares.
Who is Daphne Canizares?
Daphne Canizares is of Spanish and Dutch origins. Little is known about her childhood and early adulthood. She is a successful model and is associated with various modeling agencies.
She is a social media influencer and uses her social media reach to promote various brands and products.
Dani Carvajal’s career.
The defender was born on 11 January 1992 in Leganés, a suburb of Madrid, Spain. Dani Carvajal’s age is 30 years. He is often referred to as ‘Kiwi Head’ by his teammates and fans.
The 30-year-old was born to Mariano Carvajal (Father) and Lola Ramos (Mother).
He grew up in Leganes, Central Spain, together with his sister, Patricia. Dani used to accompany his parents to watch football matches at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Dani then developed an interest in football and became a Real Madrid fan. He started playing soccer with friends in school and along the streets. Meanwhile, Mariano and Lola noted their son’s passion for the game and enrolled him in the Real Madrid youth team.
Dani joined Real Madrid’s academy on 1 July 2002 and started playing for the Under-11 side. He rose through the ranks representing every category until 2010 when he got promoted to the reserve team.
Carvajal spent two years with the Castilla, where he also served as captain. He played 38 games for the reserve team, helping them earn a promotion to the Segunda Division. However, Dani failed to break into the senior team and was sold to Bayer Leverkusen for $5.3 million.
The combative right back made a massive impact in his new club and became a hard nut to crack on the right flank.
He helped Leverkusen finish third in Bundesliga behind Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, and helped them qualify for the 2013/14 UEFA Champions League.
His brilliant performance attracted several teams, but his boyhood club won the race to sign him. So, Dani finally returned to the club that nurtured his talent.
The Los Blancos re-signed Carvajal from Leverkusen at $6.9 million after activating a clause in his contract. The defender made his La Liga debut on 18 August 2013 in a match against Real Betis, which they won 2-1.
The overlapping full-back has played over 325 games for the Los Blancos, scoring 7 goals with 54 assists. He has won multiple trophies with the Spanish giants and has received several individual awards.
Dani Carvajal’s national career.
The Spaniard made his national team debut on 29 August 2014 in a friendly match against France, ending in a 1-0 defeat. However, Dani Carvajal’s stats with La Roja does not reflect his true talent.
Dani has played 31 games for his country, registering 7 assists but without a goal.
Meanwhile, the Real Madrid right-back was part of the Spanish team that suffered a heartbreaking elimination from the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.