In March 2017 the left back signed a contract with Tottenham Hotspur that nets him a whopping salary of 3.5 Million Euro (3.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €9,563 (£8,402) per day and €398 (£350) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 9 years to earn the same as Uncle Ben earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Welsh left back compared to his Tottenham Hotspur teammates
Young and promising players from the United Kingdom are always popular among the Premier League clubs. It is unknown for how many Euro's Spurs bought the defender from Swansea, but we do know that this lad nowadays has a price tag around his neck of 30 Million Euro (26 Million Pound). He signed an amazing contract at White Hart Lane and currently has an estimated net worth of 13 Million Euro (11.5 Million Pound).
At this pic we see the defender of the Spurs with his lovely parents and sister.
Sister - Hannah
He really loves his youngster sister called Hannah.
Davies Car - What does he drive?
Ben was driving a this Suzuki for a while when he still used to play for Fulham as a part of the Pink Ferrari challenge.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Neath, Wales
It is unknown in what kind of fashion he lives in London, but at this picture we see newly built house in his hometown Neath.
This Welsh professional football player prefers to play as a left back. He currently plays for the Spurs and the national team of Wales. He was born in Neath, a small town in Neath Port Talbot. He started his youth career at Swansea City, but when his father accepted a job in Denmark, the whole family moved to Viborg. He started to play for the local club Viborg FF during 2001-2004, and then returned to Swansea. Fun fact: this lad attended a Welsh-medium secondary school called Ysgol Gyfun Ystalyfera and is a fluent Welsh speaker. Mae'n falch iawn o'i wreiddiau Cymreig! (English: He is very proud of his roots!). After spending his youth career at Swansea he signed a two-year contract at Swansea City in 2012. He made his debut against The Hammers in August 2012, when he substituted Neil Taylor. He became a regular started in the following season 2012-13. His potential became clearly visible and he signed a new and improved four-year contract at Swansea City. He played over 70 games in the first team when Tottenham Hotspur showed interest in the young Welshman. He signed a five-year contract for an undisclosed fee in 2014. He made his debut against Liverpool (0-3 defeat) and played over 100 games for the Spurs in only 4 seasons. This lad a bright future ahead of him!
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