If you are a fan of English soccer players, you may be familiar with a player named Jamie Redknapp. Yeah… Jamie is a former professional soccer player that has played for some clubs including Tottenham, Bournemouth, Southampton, Liverpool, etc. It was known that he and his team won the 1995 Football League Cup Final.
Even though Jamie has retired from soccer, but many fans are still also seeing his life. Most fans really want to know what Jamie’s net worth is and what he does in his daily life after his retirement. To know more, you can read the information about Jamie’s net worth, his career journey, his personal life, etc through our post below!
What’s Jamie Redknapp’s Net Worth?
Celebrity Net Worth reported that Jamie Redknapp’s net worth is roughly $20 million that is equivalent to £14 million. Sure, everyone knows that most of his wealth comes from his career as a soccer player. When he was 17 years old, Jamies was paid roughly £350,000.
It was reported that Jamie became one of the highest-paid teenagers in British football at the time. Most fans know that Jamie is the son of successful football manager Harry Redknapp. His father is a good real estate investor that made a profit of almost £4 million, selling his previous estate to tile tycoon Barry Bester.
Harry also purchased a new beach luxury property for only £3.5 million, regarding the initial market price of £9.5 million. At a glance, we can conclude that both Redknapps are very successful with their family net worth still growing.
How Is Jamie Redknapp’s Career?
Jamie started his football career between the years of 1989 and 1991 by playing midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur. Then in 1991, Liverpool offered a contract to Jamie and paid him for £350,000. He also played for the LFC football club until 2002 that scored 30 goals from his midfielder position.
Between 2002 and 2005, Jamie returned to Tottenham Hotspur and played in 48 games. At the end of his career, he was finally signed to Southampton in 2005 and played in 16 games. He was then in the England team between the years of 1993 and 1999.
Jamie also represented England in international competition from 1993 to 1999. By 2004, Jamie also started off as a studio pundit for BBC European Championship and Sky Sports after his retirement.
By 2005, Jamis published an ‘Icon Magazine’ that authored about professional football players and their families. With his wife and former teammate Tim Sherwood, Jamies was working on the magazine. In 2013, Jamie then joined Sky Sports ‘Saturday night Football’.
To ease you know Jamie’s journey career, we also show you a recap of Jamie’s career in each club. Here you go!
- AFC Bournemouth
At the age of 16, Jamies began his professional career at Bournemouth in 1989, managed by his father, Harry Redknapp. Before attracting the attention of Liverpool, he made at least 13 appearances for the Bournemouth club. It was known that Jamie was one of the most expensive young footballers in English football around this time.
Jamie became the youngest Liverpool player to perform in European competition after manager Kenny Dalglish offered him a contract. His first goal for Liverpool came in his league debut on December 7, 1991 as he featured as a 63rd-minute substitute for Jan Molby with Southampton at the Dell.
During the time Roy Evans managed at Anfield, Jamie built himself as a key midfielder, leading him as one of young players that came through the team such as Robbie Fowler and Steve McManaman.
Briefly, Jamie had played 308 for the Reds and scored 41 goals that became a favourite amongst Liverpool fans.
- Tottenham Hotspur
In April 2002, Jamie joined Gleen Hoddle’s Tottenham Hotspur with just a couple of fixtures remaining of the 2001 – 2002 season. He scored his first goal for the club on August 26, 2002 winning over Aston Villa at White Hart Lane. He also played 49 times for Tottenham Hotspur that scored 4 goals.
Jamie finally joined Southampton on a free transfer. He made his debut on January 5, 2005 in the 3-3 league draw with Fulham at St. Mary’s. On June 19, 2005, at the end of season, he then decided to retire from the game, as his constant injury problems and also on the advice of his medical specialists.
- International Career
His manager Terry Venables gave a chance to Jamir for his international debut on September 6, 1995 in the international friendly match with Columbia at Wembley. During the Euro 96 campaign, Jamies was also capped 17 times for England, but he only played just 39 minutes at a major tournament. On October 10, 1999, Jamie’s international goal came in the friendly match against Belgium at the Stadium of Light, Sunderland.
In addition to being a professional soccer player, Jamie also reportedly became Avram Grant’s assistant when Roman Abramovic, Chelsea’s owner billionaire, looked to shake up Stamford Bridge’s coaching staff.
Later on, it was announced on December 11, 2008, Jamie would become coach of Chelsea reserves two days a week.
How Is Jamie Redknapp’s Life?
Jamie Redknapp was born on June 25, 1973 in Barton on Sea, England. His father is Harry Redknapp who is known as a football manager and his mother is Sandra Harris. His older brother is Mark who is known as a model.
Jamie grew up on the south coast when his father was coaching Bournemouth. He then attended Twynham School in Christchurch. He then began playing in the Sunday league youth teams with his brother.
In June 1998, Jamie married Louise Nurding, a member of the girl group ‘Eternal’. They have two children together named Charles William Charley Redknapp and Beau Henry Redknapp. They lived in Oxshott, Surrey. But they divorced on December 29, 2017 after 19 years of marriage.
Jamie then married model Frida Andersson in October 2021 at Chelsea Registry Office in London. They welcomed their first child on November 24, 2021 named Raphael.
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