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Discover everything you want to know about Aleksandar Mitrovic: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Serbian striker lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2019 the striker signed a contract with Fulham that nets him a whopping salary of 3.1 Million Euro (2.8 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €15,368 (£13,735) per day and €640 (£572) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 7.7 years to earn the same as Big Alex earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Serbian striker compared to his Fulham teammates
The Serbian's move to England in 2015 to play for Newcastle and consequently Fulham a couple of years later have seen him pull in the big bucks with his net worth estimated to be around 22 Million Euro (19.6 Million Pound) with a contract that runs till 2024. A proven goalscorer is difficult to come by, and Big Alex is just that, justified by his market value exceeding 20 Million Euro (17.5 Million Pound).
Fancy a game Novak?! The Fulham centre forward is also a massive tennis buff; the Serbian big man regularly dispossess all his teammates on the court. His tattoos on his arms are a testament to the toughness of his backhand and forehand strikes!
Family - Get to know them
Son - Luka
Hakuna Matata! Young Simba and has been a source of joy and inspiration for young lads stretched out across multiple generations! As you can tell from the theme of his special party, Luka is a big fan of The Lion King!
Mitrovic Car - What does he drive?
Driving with a purpose! This picture tells the story of the time Mitro fell out of favour with his manager, but with Kristina's unyielding support and his own relentless efforts the big Serb was back to his best for his club side.
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, United Kingdom
Mitro and his lovely wife Kristina Janjic ringing in the Christmas festivities with their son and daughter! The Serbians opted out on the big celebrations in favour of a cozy and intimate in their London apartment.
Born in Smederevo, FR Yugoslavia, on 16 September 1994, Mitro is a product of Serbian club Partizan’s youth system. After a short loan spell with Teleoptik, the dreams of 18 year old Mitro came true as his debut season with boyhood club Partizan saw them crowned the Serbian SuperLiga champions. The striker would go on to feature 42 times for Partizan before Belgian club Anderlecht paid a club record fee of €5 million to secure the teenagers services. The big Serb would not disappoint, finding the back of the net 44 times in 90 appearances, helping Anderlecht to the Belgian Pro League title and the Belgian Super Cup in his two seasons at the club finishing as top scorer on both occasions. Premier League club Newcastle United paid £13 million in the summer of 2015 to tie the striker to a five-year contract. In stark contrast to all the success that followed prior, Mitro’s career was off to a rocky start at Tyneside; the striker was sent off in his second game for the club and his debut goal coming in a 6-1 hammering at the hands of Manchester City; the season would end in collective failure as The Magpies were relegated to the EFL Championship. Further disciplinary issues would see the big Serb fall out of favour at the club leading to a loan spell at EFL Championship club Fulham. Mitro would take full advantage of the move scoring 12 goals in 17 appearances, Fulham would secure promotion via playoffs to close out the season. In the following summer Mitro joined Fulham on a permanent transfer recapturing his prolific form. Mitro has played in 57 competitive games for Serbia and scored 35 goals. The striker finished top scorer in the 2018/19 UEFA Nations League, and was named 2018 Serbian Player of the Year.
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