Tosin Adarabioyo (born 24 September 1997) is an English professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Premier League club Fulham.
|Abdul-Nasir Oluwatosin Oluwadoyinsolami Adarabioyo
|Date of birth
|24 September 1997
|Place of birth
|6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Tosin Adarabioyo Biography, EarlyLife
On September 24, 1997, Tosin Adarabioyo was born. Abdul-Nasir Oluwatosin Oluwadoyinsolami Adarabioyo is his legal name. Manchester in England is where he was born. His parents’ identities have been kept secret and have not yet been revealed. Born to parents with Nigerian ancestry in Manchester, England, he is the youngest of three siblings. Fisayo Adarabioyo is a football player who currently plays for Altrincham, and his oldest brother Gbolahan represents him. Former members of Manchester City’s youth ranks include all three brothers.
Tosin Adarabioyo Education
He went to St. Bede’s College and Chorlton High School. He is of Nigerian-Black ethnicity and has dual English and Nigerian citizenship. His religion is Islam, and his horoscope sign is Libra.
Tosin Adarabioyo’s Height, And Weight
Tosin Adarabioyo is 1.96 meters, or 6 feet and 5 inches, tall. His body weight is 80 kg. His physique is athletic. His black hair contrasts with his dark brown eyes. Straight is the way he identifies sexually. His other body measurements, such as his chest, biceps, and waist, have yet to be made public. He has a generally sound body.
Loan to Blackburn Rovers
Ahead of the 2019–20 season, Adarabioyo joined Blackburn on loan for the remainder of the campaign and made his debut for the club in a 2–0 loss against Fulham the following month. After an injury-enforced absence from the squad, he soon established himself in the first team where he formed a defensive partnership alongside Derrick Williams, Ryan Nyambe, and Darragh Lenihan, and he scored his first senior career goal in Blackburn’s 2–1 win over Sheffield Wednesday in November. His impressive performances during the first half of the season led to suggestions that he would return to Manchester City in January, with his parent club enduring an injury crisis at the time, but Guardiola ultimately elected to employ midfielder Fernandinho as defensive cover rather than recall Adaraioyo.
Instead, he remained at Ewood Park and continued to feature as a first-team regular, and by the time the season was suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic in March, he had made 27 league appearances for the campaign. With the competition later resuming behind closed doors, he extended his loan spell with the club until the revised end of the season and made his 50th career appearance against Barnsley in June. Immediately before that milestone, he had scored his third goal of the season with a curling effort in a 3–1 win over Bristol City, with his effort later being nominated for the club’s Goal of the Season award. He ultimately made 34 appearances in the league, scoring three times and registering one assist, as Blackburn ended the campaign in 11th position in the Championship standings.
Following the conclusion of his loan, the club ultimately decided against signing Adarabioyo permanently, which manager Tony Mowbray explained was due to Blackburn being unable to afford his services: “Ultimately, we couldn’t afford him, that’s the first part of the question,” Mowbray said. “This is why this loan system is really good because not in a million years could we afford Tosin Adarabioyo. We’ll wait and see, but I’m not thinking sat here that Tosin will be starting next season with us, unless Man City does us a huge favor, of course, I’m not sure that will be the case.” Before returning to his parent club, Adarabioyo made two separate statements, thanking the club for the experience and giving him an opportunity.
On 5 October 2020, with a year remaining on his contract, Adarabioyo ended his 18-year association with Manchester City when he joined Premier League rivals Fulham on a permanent deal. Tosin agreed a three-year deal at Fulham, with the club holding the option to extend by an additional 12 months. While the fee was officially undisclosed, local media reported that City would receive up to £ 2 million for the transfer, as well as the benefit of a 20 percent sell-on fee on any future sale. At the time of Adarabioyo’s arrival, newly-promoted Fulham had lost their opening four league matches of the season and he was immediately introduced into the starting XI by manager Scott Parker, where he formed a strong partnership alongside Joachim Andersen, who had joined the club on the same day in a short-term deal from Olympique Lyonnais.
Throughout the season, he made what Sky Sports described as a “seamless transition” to the Premier League and delivered several impressive performances, including a clean sheet in a 1–0 win over reigning champions Liverpool in March, which saw him come into contention for an England call-up. However, he was unable to help prevent the club from suffering relegation to the Championship, which was confirmed with three matches remaining in the campaign. He scored his first goal for Fulham in a 1–1 draw with Bournemouth on 3 December 2021.
Adarabioyo is a former England youth international and represented his country of birth on 14 occasions across the various age-group levels. He made his first appearance in national team colours in November 2012 at the age of 15 when he was called up to the England under-16 squad for the first time, making his debut as a 41st-minute substitute against Scotland as England went on to claim a 12th consecutive Victory Shield triumph.
In August of the following year, Adarabioyo was called up to the England under-17 for the first time and made his debut in a 3–1 defeat to Portugal later that month. He then established himself as a squad player within the England under-18 team and made his first appearance on the day of his 17th birthday when he featured as a substitute in a 2–0 loss against Italy. In November 2015, Adarabioyo was called up to the England under-19 squad for the first time. After appearing as an unused substitute against the Netherlands, he made his England under-19 debut against Japan on 15 November 2015, starting the whole game, as the under-19 side won 5–1.
Despite featuring frequently at youth level for England, Adarabioyo is yet to make his senior debut for the national team and remains eligible to represent Nigeria through descent. He was previously reported to have turned down an approach by the Nigeria Football Federation to represent the Super Eagles but opened the door to a potential call-up in 2020 when he expressed his desire to play at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with either England or Nigeria.
Oluwatosin Adarabioyo Stats – Detailed
Premier League Stats for Oluwatosin Adarabioyo
|Per 90 Minutes
|87 min’ per appearance
|Matches Subbed In
|Matches Subbed Out
|Per 90 or %
|Minutes Per Goal Conceded
|Ground Duels Won
|Aerial Duels Won
|Penalties Given Away
Yellow Cards, Red Cards, and Foul Stats
|Cards & Fouls
|Minutes Per Booking
|498 min’ / card
|Cards Over 0.5
|Per 90 Minutes
|Shots On Target
|Shots Off Target
|Hit The Woodwork
|Shot Conversion Rate
|Shots Per Goal Scored
Dribbling & Offside Stats
|Dribbles & Offsides
|Per 90 Minutes
|Dribble Success Rate
Tosin Adarabioyo’s Net Worth
Tosin Adarabioyo makes money playing football professionally. Contracts, salaries, bonuses, and endorsements provide the majority of his income. He signed a permanent contract with Fulham in October 2020 for an undisclosed sum after it was reported by the local media that City would receive up to £2 million for the transfer along with the benefit of a 20% sell-on fee on any subsequent sales. His estimated net worth as of 2022 is between $1 million and $5 million, and his annual salary is £884,000. He is currently worth about €15 million.
Transfer Value and Records
- Current market value: €15.00m
- Highest market value: €18.00m
Tosin Adarabioyo’s Girlfriend, Dating
The football player ignores his personal life in favor of his professional endeavors. He might currently be seeing a stunning girl, or he might not. On his social media accounts, he hasn’t posted any images of himself with any women. Any modifications to his romantic life will be posted here.
Tosin Adarabioyo Awards
- EFL Championship: 2021–22
- PFA Team of the Year: 2021–22 Championship
- EFL Championship Team of the Season: 2021–22 Championship
What is the market value of Tosin Adarabioyo?
His market value is €15.00m.
What is the height of Tosin Adarabioyo?
His height is 6 feet 5 inches.
What is the age of Tosin Adarabioyo?
His age is 26 years as of 2023.