Dong Fan Net Worth

He was born in Zhuhai, China and is the chairman of Jafron Biomedical, a company that went public in August 2016 at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. He has been instrumental in the company's success and growth, and his stake in the company is a testament to his commitment to the business.
Dong Fan is a member of Healthcare

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Place Zhuhai, China, China
2002 Dalian Saidelong18(2)
2005 China U203(0)
2008 China U233(1)
2010 Legia Warsaw2(0)
2011 Mika21(4)
2014 Hebei Zhongji7(2)
Full name Dong Fangzhuo
Date of birth (1985-01-23) 23 January 1985 (age 33)
Place of birth Dalian, Liaoning, China
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Playing position Striker
Years TeamApps(Gls)
2002–2004 Dalian Shide8(0)
2004–2008 Manchester United1(0)
2004–2006 → Royal Antwerp (loan)71(34)
2008–2010 Dalian Shide26(0)
2010–2011 Portimonense3(0)
2012–2013 Hunan Billows43(9)
Total 200(51)
2005–2007 China13(1)

💰 Net worth: $3.1 Billion (2023)

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Dong first came to prominence in 2000 when he was named the most valuable player in an under-17 tournament. He then signed for Dalian Saidelong and helped them finish as runners-up in the Chinese Jia-B league in 2002. This then earned him a move to Dalian Shide, the most successful club team in China. Dong scored his first goal for Dalian in the second match of the qualifying stages of the 2002–03 AFC Champions League.


Dong left Dalian for Manchester United on 12 January 2004 for an initial fee of £500,000, which could have risen to £3.5 million, depending upon appearances. He thus became the first East Asian player to sign for Manchester United.


After signing for Manchester United, he was unable to play for the senior team immediately because he was ineligible for a work permit. Due to these legal issues, Dong was loaned out to get first-team experience with Belgian First Division side Royal Antwerp where the employment laws were less strict. In his first season, he scored one goal in nine appearances as he began to get used to his new environment. His second season began more promisingly, finding the net in six of his first seven appearances of the season, all as a substitute off the bench. However, disrupted by injury and international duty, his form fell away in the latter half of the season as he finished with seven goals in 22 appearances in all competitions. At the beginning of the 2005–06 season, he was called up to join Manchester United on their pre-season tour and made his unofficial debut for the club in a friendly match in Hong Kong, scoring a goal in a 2–0 win.


Dong was called up by Chinese under-20 national team to participate in the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship. He came off the bench to play in three out of the four matches during the tournament. Dong scored his first goal for the Chinese national team in a 4–1 loss to Switzerland on 3 June 2006 and was also called up for the 2007 AFC Asian Cup. Dong competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics. In the team's opening match against New Zealand, he was substituted on for Han Peng and went on to score China's first goal in the 88th minute, securing a 1–1 draw.


Dong made his Old Trafford debut in a friendly charity match against a European XI on 13 March 2007, coming on as a substitute for Alan Smith in the 72nd minute of the 4–3 win. He was a regular for the Manchester United reserves, and on 9 May 2007, Dong made his Premier League debut, partnering Ole Gunnar Solskjær up front against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. He made a further appearance for the club at Old Trafford, playing the entire match in a 2–0 defeat to Coventry City in the League Cup on 26 September 2007. On 12 December 2007, Dong made his first UEFA Champions League appearance as a substitute against Roma in the last group stage match of the 2007–08 season, replacing fellow striker Wayne Rooney. With that appearance, Dong became the second ever Chinese player to participate in the UEFA Champions League after Sun Xiang. However, He was able to score four goals in three matches for the reserves before suffering an injury.


On 27 August 2008, Dong returned to Dalian Shide. His experience at Manchester United meant that expectations of him were high, but his performances in the league upon his return were very poor. Dong struggled to score goals and was relegated to the reserves as a result. His poor performances in the league also prevented him from being called up for the Chinese national team.


After attending a training camp with Polish club Legia Warsaw, Dong signed an 18-month deal with an option for two more years, depending on his performances with the club. Despite impressing in several pre-season frendlies, Dong looked desperately out of his depth in the league and managed to play in just two appearances before being dropped to the reserves. He was released by Legia on 1 August 2010. On the back of former team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo's recommendation, Portuguese club Portimonense signed Dong to a one-year deal in August 2010. Dong was not used often and was on the bench for most of his time at Portimonense. He grew frustrated with his lack of playing time and terminated his contract with Portimonense. Dong immediately left Portmonense and he was briefly linked with Serbian SuperLiga’s FK Sloboda Point Sevojno. Dong impressed again in Sloboda’s friendlies and the Serbian news mentioned he was close to signing a contract. However, the club offered a long term contract to Dong, but the player only wanted a short term deal. Dong was reported to be asking for 10,000 Euro a week, but negotiations brokedown and he was on his travels again.


In March 2011, Dong signed for Armenian Premier League side Mika. At the end of season, he left Mika for China League One side Hunan Billows. He played there for two years, scoring 9 goals before moving on to another Chinese second tier team, Hebei Zhongji, scoring 2 in 7.