Phil Foden took a break from his gruelling training schedule to enjoy a family dinner at The Ivy in Manchester with his girlfriend Rebecca.
Phil Foden : Girlfriend | Mum | Salary | wife | Son
Philip Walter Foden is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Manchester City and the England national team.
|Full name||Philip Walter Foden|
|Date of birth||28 May 2000|
|Place of birth||Stockport, England|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)|
He is considered one of the best young players in the world.
Foden’s breakthrough into professional football came in 2017 when he won the FIFA U-17 World Cup Golden Ball award following England’s successful Under-17 World Cup campaign.
He made his debut for City during the same year and in December was named BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year.
Phil Foden Girlfriend
Foden, 22, and his girlfriend Rebecca Cooke, 22, started dating as teenagers and have two children together.
- Girlfriend : Rebecca Cooke
Manchester City star Phil Foden was forced to leave a beach club while on holiday with his girlfriend Rebecca Cooke.
Foden’s partner was filmed shouting “Do you think I’m a d*** head?” before they departed from a Corfu holiday in front of other holiday-goers before they were escorted off of the premises.
Cooke can be seen pointing her finger both at Foden and in the direction of where they were previously sitting. At one stage, Cooke moves her head incredibly close to her boyfriend’s before repeating: “Do you think I’m a d***head?”
While security guided the pair to the exit, Foden’s partner was then heard shouting: “Yeah I wonder why, mate,” before demanding: “Tell her ’n’ all,” when the City star did not reply. The couple are childhood sweethearts and have two children together.
Phil Foden mum
England and Manchester City ace Phil Foden attended the fight between Amir Khan and Kell Brook on Saturday night when his mum was assaulted.
Claire Foden was standing up for her son whilst backstage at the Manchester AO Arena when a group of men insulted the footballer, and it led to an altercation that saw Foden’s mother get punched.
“It was carnage. It was out of control. I’ve never seen anything like it before in my life,” a witness told the Sun.
“I was in the next box and heard all the shouting and screaming so we went out to see what was happening.
“It was crazy. Everyone was saying Phil Foden was there.”
“I saw a punch thrown. There was more violence than just what was caught on film,” the witness continued.
“Another man got punched after the footage came to an end. He was bleeding.
“It was all kicking off. It lasted a few more minutes.
Foden is currently earning around 1.7 million euros per year, but, according to the aforementioned reports, the Englishman will soon get around 7m euros per season when he puts pen to paper on the new deal offered to him by Manchester City.
As of 2022, the 21-year-old forward has an estimated net worth of approximately 3m euros. Again, though, this should increase when he finally signs his new contract.
Phil Foden wife
Foden is in a relationship with Rebecca Cooke and has a son, Ronnie, born in January 2019. In April 2021, the couple announced that they were expecting their second child, a daughter who was due in late summer or early autumn 2021.
Rebecca Cook is a 22-year-old English citizen who has been reportedly dating the Manchester City wonderkid for a long time now. Phil Foden, who has been a crucial part of the England National Team and Manchester City.
Rebecca Cook doesn’t have a public social media profile as she believes in anonymity and has often chosen to be behind the media coverage that Foden receives.
The couple has often been seen strolling around the neighborhood with their children. Although, both Cook and Foden haven’t been spotted in any other part of Manchester during their time together.
Fatherhood has changed Foden’s life for the better, as his teammates predicted it would, but it is not without its challenges.
He counts himself lucky to be doing what he loves and playing for the Club he supported as a boy, but, as with any job, there are consequences for his home life.
- Son : Ronnie Foden
Away trips have forced the Stockport-born midfielder to miss precious moments in young Ronnie’s early life.
He understands that it’s a sacrifice he has to make if he’s to fulfil his ambitions on the pitch and while the time away has taken some getting used to, being a dad has provided the teenager with a fresh perspective on his fledgling career.
“If you have a bad game or a bad session, you’re disappointed, but now I think about the bigger picture.
“I go home and see him smiling, so there’s more important things than worrying about one bad session. You look at things in a different way when you’ve got a kid.
“Honestly, I’m really enjoying it, but I find it quite difficult, always having away games and being away from him. He’s one now, so he’s missing me a bit.