In July 2018 the forward signed a contract with Borussia Mönchengladbach that nets him a whopping salary of 3.1 Million Euro (2.7 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €8,493 (£7,397) per day and €354 (£308) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 7.5 years to earn the same as Lasso earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
6.5 Million Euro (5.6 Million Pound)
30 Million Euro (26.1 Million Pound)
His current net worth is estimated to be about 6.5 million Euros. Lasso is valued at 30 million Euros in the market today.
He could have had four tattoos. But he chose not to get even one. He's keeping it clean for now.
Lasso is enjoying a day out in the pool with his mates. He doesn't need tattoos to socialize.
Family - Get to know them
Father - Sekou
Dad Sekou is an academic person. He studied in Lille and now works as a professor in one of the universities there.
Our forward's mum is a homemaker and has been very supportive of his choices in life. She's a French national.
Pléa Car - What does he drive?
He likes posing sitting on top of vehicles. That's a bizarre way to use a car. We think he does not like driving it.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Mönchengladbach, Germany
He is thriving in Mönchengladbach, and has taken a liking for this city. He does have a place he calls home in this lovely place.
This 27-year-old forward honed his finishing skills whilst at Nice with the help of Mario Balotelli. He is now putting everything he acquired to practice. Mentioning Balotelli might rub someone in the wrong way, but he is an excellent finisher and was kind enough to tutor this young man. Lasoo used to play on the left side of the pitch, but he was developed to play a more central role, and The Foals are reaping the rewards of this change. Although he was born in Lille, he never attended their academy as a youngster. He got his formative football lessons at U.S. ASCQ and Entente Wasquehal. He joined Olympique Lyon's youth team as a teenager in 2009, graduated, and made his first-team debut for them in 2012. His opportunities at Les Gones were limited, which saw him secure a loan move to Auxerre in Jan 2014. The summer of 2014 was when everything changed for the better for him. He transferred to Nice, and his performances started getting better. Four years later, he swapped the Ligue 1 for the Bundesliga and life couldn't get better for him right now. His contribution towards goals has steadily increased, and he even earned his first callup to the French national team in 2018. A top-class finisher our french forward is also an accomplished dribbler, and an outstanding passer of the ball. He's a strong and agile frontman who has represented his country in the U18, U19, U20, and U21 levels.
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