|Birthdate ( Age)
||15 April 1986
||Chester, United Kingdom
||English professional footballer
Thomas David Heaton is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Aston Villa and therefore the England national team.Heaton began his career with Manchester United but was unable to interrupt into the primary team and hung out on loan with Swindon Town, Royal Antwerp, Cardiff City, Queens Park Rangers, Rochdale and Wycombe Wanderers, before joining Cardiff permanently after his release by Manchester United in July 2010.
Thomas Born in Chester, Cheshire, Heaton began his football career with Wrexham, for whom he played both in goal and in midfield, but, after making 20 appearances for the Manchester United Under-17 team within the previous two seasons, he signed for United as a trainee on 8 July 2002.
He became a daily within the Under-17 team during the 2002–03 season, and picked up an FA Youth Cup winner's medal despite playing second fiddle to Luke Steele throughout the whole competition. He made his introduction within the reserve team the subsequent season, starting during a 3–1 home convert Birmingham City within the Premier Reserve League on 2 October 2003.
Tom Heaton Wife
Tom Heaton may be a husband . He tied the knot together with his long-time girlfriend, Taralee Heaton. However, the duo has chosen to not reveal much about their personal relation . His wife often shares snaps together with her husband via Twitter.Besides, Tom Heaton is active on Twitter with 10.3 k followers.
Tom Heaton Net Worth
Thomas David Heaton is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Aston Villa who has an estimated Net Worth $5 million.He currently earns £42,000 from Aston Villa as his weekly wage and his annual earnings is £2,184,000. Jack Grealish is that the highest-paid player on the team.
Heaton made his professional debut during a League game against Wycombe Wanderers,and in his second appearance against Yeovil Town within the league he saved a penalty from Lee Johnson.During his time at Swindon, he played over 20 matches, and was described as "one for the future" by manager Iffy Onuora.
He returned to Manchester United,but, after the recall of Ritchie Jones from Royal Antwerp, Heaton was sent there for the remainder of the season after United rebuffed an approach from Huddersfield Town.Heaton spent the 2007–08 season with the primary team-squad at Manchester United, appearing on the bench when Edwin van der Sar was out thanks to injury.
On 15 August 2009, Heaton was signed by Queens Park Rangers on an emergency three-month loan deal, the terms of which allowed him to compete within the League Cup.Heaton's loan spell ended on 8 November 2009. He made one first-team appearance during his loan, within the 1–0 defeat at Chelsea within the League Cup on 23 September 2009.
Heaton's performances during the 2010–11 season earned him the club's Young Player of the Year award.Under new manager, Malky Mackay, Heaton found himself as protect David Marshall, but he played a key part within the club's League Cup run during which they reached the ultimate because of two saves from Heaton during a semi-final penalty shoot-out against Crystal Palace.He suffered an ankle injury just before the ultimate , but he overcame the injury to start out at Wembley Stadium.
Burnley : Heaton joined Burnley in May 2013, after turning down an extra one-year deal at Bristol City. He decided to remain within the Championship, and Burnley offered Heaton a two-year contract attaching him to the club until June 2015, with an option of a 3rd year.Heaton immediately became the first-choice goalkeeper for Burnley following the departures of Lee Grant and Brian Jensen. He made his Burnley debut against Bolton Wanderers on 3 August 2013.
On 30 June 2015, Heaton signed a replacement three-year deal at the club through to the summer of 2018.Taking over for Jason Shackell, Heaton was named as captain for the 2015–16 season, captaining the team for the primary time on 8 August 2015, on the opening day of the 2015–16 Championship season against Leeds United during a 1–1 draw.
Heaton signed for newly promoted Premier League club Aston Villa on 1 August 2019 for an undisclosed fee,believed to be £8 million. On 1 January 2020, Heaton suffered a season-ending knee injury during a 2–1 win against his former team Burnley, a game which also saw his teammate Wesley suffer a similarly serious knee injury.
In September 2020, with Heaton still injured, Villa signed Emiliano Martínez from Arsenal as their new first choice goalkeeper.On 10 November 2020, after over eleven months out, Heaton made his return to football for Aston Villa U23s - during a 2-2 draw away at Burnley U23s within the Premier League 2.On 26 December 2020, Heaton returned to the primary team squad for the primary time since his injury, featuring as an unused substitute during a 3-0 home convert Crystal Palace.