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|Birthdate||August 12th, 1996|
|Length||1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Nickname||The Title Collector|
Arthur Salary & Net Worth Revealed
SALARY 2020How much does he earn?
In July 2018 the central midfielder signed a contract with Juventus that nets him a whopping salary of 2.3 Million Euro (1.9 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €11,402 (£10,502) per day and €475 (£438) per hour!
|Per month||€191,667||£176,534||Per week||€46,748||£43,057||Per day||€11,402||£10,502||Per hour||€475||£438||Per minute||€7.92||£7.29||Per second||€0.13||£0.12|
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Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 5.9 years to earn the same as The Title Collector earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
The Brazilian midfield maestro came through the youth ranks at Grêmio and moved to Barcelona in 2018 for a fee close to €40 million. His multi-million year deal with the Catalan giants has seen net worth rise to €13.9 million (£12 million). Still only 22 years of age and already regarded as one of the best central midfielder on the planet, the man from Brazil has a market value north of €63 million (£58 million).
|Net Worth||13.9 Million Euro (12 Million Pound)|
|Market Value||63 Million Euro (58 Million Pound)|
Arthur Tattoo - Does he have one?
Not your typical Brazilian footballer, is he? The midfield maestro from South America doesn't have a shred of ink on his body. (Image: Instagram)
Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?
Arthur Arthur Single -
While it may come as a surprise, this Brazilian (unlike most) is a single man. Happy to be spending time with his pet pup! (Image: Instagram)
Family - Get to know them
As with most Brazilians, Barcelona's midfield king is very close to his family (finally some Brazilian traits!) Here is a photograph of him with his mother from their homeland. (Image: Instagram)
Arthur Car - What does he drive?
The beaches and seas in Brazil are far better off than their roads, and it's no surprise that the midfielder prefers his jet-skis to cars! (Image: Instagram)
House - Where does he live?
Location: Goiânia, Brazil
The man from Brazil has deep rooted connections to his homeland. The allure of money and fame have always been secondary to the simple joys of having a football to play with as one day blends into the next. (Image: Instagram)
Born in Goiânia, Brazil, the midfielder began his career with local club Goiâs at 12 years of age before moving to Série A side Grêmio in 2010. He was promoted to the first-team in 2015 after impressing coach Luis Felipe Scolari, and was handed a debut against Aimoré for the Campeonato Gaúcho. In 2016, the Brazilian made his Premeira Liga vow during the final game of the league season as Grêmio fell to a 1-0 defeat to Botafogo. In 2017, the midfielder would stamp his authority on Grêmio's first-team following impressive performances in Primeira Liga and Campeonato Gaúcho. Come May, he scored his first professional goal, opening the scoring in 3-1 victory over Fluminense in a Copa do Brasil fixture; and in July he scored his first league goal, the second in a 3-1 victory over Vitória. The midfielder completed the season with an impressive 50 appearances for Grêmio. He left his native land with a host of individual and team trophies, including: Copa Libertadores (2017), Recopa Sudamericana (2018), Campeonato Gaúcho (2018), Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Team of the Year (2017), Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Best Newcomer (2017). On 9 July 2018, the Brazilian midfield maestro completed a switch to Spanish giants FC Barcelona for a fee of €40 million. Widely touted as the successor to Barca greats Xavi and Iniesta, with whom he drew comparisons due to his playing style. The midfielder made his debut in the Supercopa de Espańa as Barcelona ran out 2-1 winners over Sevilla, giving the Brazilian his first piece of silverware at his new club. His debut season saw him make 27 appearances in La Liga and 44 appearances in all competitions, culminating in a La Liga trophy.