Arthur Masuaku

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


BirthdateNovember 7th, 1993
BirthplaceLille, France
Length1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)
TeamWest Ham United
Positionleft back

Masuaku Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In August 2016 the left back signed a contract with West Ham United that nets him a whopping salary of 2.45 Million Euro (2.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €6,694 (£5,773) per day and €279 (£241) per hour!

Per year€2,450,000£2,112,999
Per month€204,167£176,083
Per week€49,797£42,947
Per day€6,694£5,773
Per hour€279£241
Per minute€4.65£4.01
Per second€0.08£0.07

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West Ham United Salary Overview 20-21
The salary of the French left back compared to his West Ham United teammates

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Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:11.6 Million Euro (10 Million Pound)
Market Value:7 Million Euro (6 Million Pound)
Starting his professional career in 2013 and joining Premier League outfit West Ham United after playing in Ligue 2 of French football and the Greek Super League sees defender's net worth in and around €11.6 million (£10 million). Approaching the prime years of his playing career the man from France has a market value of €7 million (£6 million).

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

Arthur Masuaku - Single

Forever alone! The defender isn't dating anyone at the moment. His best mate Cheikou Kouyaté has also left for Crystal Palace recently.

Also don't forget to have a look at his teammates in our Top 25 Sexiest West Ham United Wives and Girlfriends

Masuaku Tattoo - Does he have one?

Arthur  Masuaku tattoo, the French number 26 from Lille, France

The Frenchman doesn't appear to sport any tattoos.

Family - Get to know them

Mother -

Picture of Arthur  Masuaku Mother, called

The Frenchman's sister sent him a picture of their mother sporting a new hairdo.
Brother - Histaro

Picture of Arthur  Masuaku Brother, called Histaro

Brothers in the stand supporting their brother on the field for West Ham United.
Brother - Hikké

Picture of Arthur  Masuaku Brother, called Hikké

The fashionable one.

Masuaku Car - What does he drive?

Range Rover

Picture of his Range Rover   car

Going shopping! The defender is big on fashion and frequently visits clothing stores in London.

House - Where does he live?

Location: London, England

House of the French number 26, located in London, England

Looking cozy. Inside the living room of the Frenchman's London apartment.

Player Bio

The French born defender spent his youth career with a number of academies, he began his playing career at Lille OM.S. Fives in 2001, two years later he would join RC Lens and spend 5 years at their academy, in 2008 he moved again, this time to Valenciennes FC. After coming through the ranks at Valenciennes he would make his Ligue 1 debut in the opening game of the 2013-14 season against Toulouse. He would score his first competitive goal for the club in the Stade Vélodrome home to royalty of French football Olympique de Marseille. His time with Valenciennes would be short lived as Greek side Olympiacos signed him in the summer of 2014. He'd make 74 appearances for Olympiacos, scoring twice and providing 8 assists, including a goal in the UEFA Champions League against Spanish powerhouses Atlético Madrid, a match Olympiacos would go on to win 3-2. His performances attracted the attention of Europe's top clubs, generating interest from the likes of Roma, Juventus and Internazionale. In 2016 West Ham United would win the race for his signature, securing his services for a fee reported to be around £6.2 million. In the fourth round of the FA Cup against Wigan Athletic on 27 January 2018 Masuaku was sent off for spitting at an opposition player. Masuaku later apologised for his actions, stating the incident was "totally unacceptable and out of character." He received a six match ban for the offence. In the International stage the defender would go on to represent France in both U-18 and U-19 level but switched allegiances to DR Congo in June 2017, making his debut more than a year later in 2018.

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