In July 2016 the left back signed a contract with West Ham United that nets him a whopping salary of 3.06 Million Euro (2.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €8,365 (£7,102) per day and €349 (£296) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 7.2 years to earn the same as Cressy earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English left back compared to his West Ham United teammates
With more than 12 years of professional football under his belt across England's first, second and third division football leagues the Englishmen's net worth is an estimated 22.4 Million Euro (19 Million Pound). Now a seasoned veteran, nearly 30, and with clubs looking to sign younger players with potential the defenders market value is around a modest 10.6 Million Euro (9 Million Pound).
Not much is known about the defenders family but he is good friends with teammates Andy Carroll and Winston Reid
Cresswell Car - What does he drive?
Mercedes AMG S65
The Englishman stops and signs autographs for his fans prior to driving off to training.
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, England
The defender has been known to spend most of his time at the West Ham United training ground, the place he calls his home.
The young aspiring footballer grew up in Liverpool idolizing star striker Robbie Fowler of Liverpool Football Club. How he ended up playing in the exact opposite spectrum of the pitch to his hero remains quite a mystery to this day. He started his footballing career with Tranmere Rovers' youth system before signing his first professional contract with them in July 2008. His performances would see his stock rise and soon multiple Championship sides were vying for his signature. In June 2011 Ipswich Town beat out fierce competition to secure his services. He made 130 appearances for Ipswich Town over 3 years winning their 'Supporters Player of the Year Award' in 2012. Steady and consistent performances with Ipswich Town made Premier League sides take notice of the defender and in July 2014 West Ham United signed him to a five year contract. A few months later he'd go on to score his first goal for the club in front of their home supporters in a 1-0 win over Newcastle United at the Boleyn Ground. The Englishman became a regular feature in the first team and made an outstanding 47 appearances, the highest of any West Ham player in the 2015-16 campaign, featuring in 37 out of a possible 38 fixtures in the Premier League. He earned his first England cap against Spain at Wembley Stadium in November 2016.
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