Alessandro Florenzi


Discover everything you want to know about Alessandro Florenzi : his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Italian right back lives in and have a look at his cars!


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BirthdateMarch 11th 1991
BirthplaceRome, Italy
Length1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
TeamValencia CF
Positionright back
Number25
NicknameThe Professor
TraitsPacy Dribbler

Florenzi Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In August 2018 the right back signed a contract with Valencia CF that nets him a whopping salary of 6.2 Million Euro (5.2 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €16,986 (£14,247) per day and €708 (£594) per hour!

Per year€6,200,000£5,200,000
Per month€‭516,667£‭433,333
Per week€‭119,231£‭100,000‬
Per day€16,986£14,247
Per hour€708£594
Per minute€11.80£9.89
Per second€0.20£0.16

Since you've been viewing this page, Alessandro Florenzi has earned...

This means the average man needs to work for at least ‭14.44 years to earn the same as The Professor earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:20 Million Euro (16.8 Million Pound)
Market Value:20 Million Euro (16.8 Million Pound)
His move to Valencia was purely due to sporting reasons. He's made the big bucks in Rome. His current net worth is estimated to be around 20 million Euros, and it mirrors his present-day market value too.

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?



Alessandro Florenzi Wife - Ilenia


They look perfect together. Although we couldn't get a complete view of her dress, the floral print does look chic on this lady.
Alessandro Florenzi Wife - Ilenia


This couple has made it their life's mission to make us strain our necks to get a good view of them together. At least they're easy on the eyes.

Florenzi Tattoo - Does he have one?

Alessandro  Florenzi  tattoo, the Italian  number 25 from Rome, Italy
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We're pleasantly surprised by the fact that he has no body art. There's none that we could spot.
Alessandro  Florenzi  tattoo, the Italian  number 25 from Rome, Italy
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He loves his wife, his club, and his country. As for tattoos, they're not in luck.

Family - Get to know them

Mother - Luciana

Picture of Alessandro  Florenzi  Mother, called Luciana
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We've failed to ascertain what mum's feeling here. Spotted accompanying her son on his wedding day, she's wearing a rather mysterious look.

Florenzi Car - What does he drive?



Picture of his    car
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Here's Ilenia and their dog taking a ride with him in his car. Given how notorious these two are with their crooked photo angles, our brains are having a hard time processing their images. We're not even bothered by what car he could be driving.


Picture of his    car
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We'd think he'd be a good pilot, if he ever chooses to be one. He's got a cool head on him.

House - Where does he live?

Location: Rome, Italy

House of the Italian  number 25, located in Rome, Italy
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That nursery is one of the sweetest we have ever seen. This couple has built a pleasant home for themselves in Rome.

Player Bio

Although he spent time at Atletico Acilia and Lodigiani, he is considered to be Roma's product. It is his boyhood club. He graduated from their academy and debuted for the capital side in 2011. A year-long loan spell at Crotone in Serie B was all the time he had spent away from them until now. With the Euro 2020 on the back of this mind, this lively right-back decided to move to Spain for playing time. Lackadaisical is not a word that you'd ever associate with this player. He's one of Roma's captains, but of late, the opportunities in the first team have become sparse, which is why he decided to come to Valencia until the end of the season. Considered to be a reliable player, he's known for his acceleration. This lets him play on the wing too if the team demands it. He's also capable of playing in the middle of the ground due to his excellent technique. He's also an efficient passer and a decent crosser of the ball. This team player will have a lot to think about come summer, but for now, he's committed to being a member of Valencia's squad. He's a full-time member of the Italian national team and has been one since 2012. He has also played in the Under-20 and Under-21 teams for the Azzurri.

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