Bryan Gil

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Picture of the 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in) tall Spanish  winger of Sevilla

BirthdateFebruary 11th, 2001
BirthplaceBarbate, Spain
Length1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
NicknameThe Beatle
TraitsAgile Dribbler

Gil Salary & Net Worth Revealed

How much does he earn?

In January 2020 the winger signed a contract with Sevilla that nets him a whopping salary of 550,000 Euro (480,000 Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €1,507 (£1,315) per day and €63 (£55) per hour!

Per year€550,000£480,000
Per month€‭45,833£‭40,000‬
Per week€‭10,577£‭9,231
Per day€1,507£1,315
Per hour€63£55
Per minute€1.05£0.91
Per second€0.02£0.02

Since you've been viewing this page, Bryan Gil has earned...

Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least ‭1.33 years to earn the same as The Beatle earns in only 1 month.

Net Worth & Market Value
Net Worth225,000 Euro (196,000 Pound)
Market Value10 Million Euro (8.7 Million Pound)
This youngster is estimated to have around 225,000 Euros in net. His present-day market value is about 10 million Euros.

Gil Tattoo - Does he have one?

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Bryan Gil  tattoo, the Spanish  number 26 from Barbate, Spain
He's lost in thought about if he should be getting a tattoo. It's a good idea to think before you act. (Image:

Bryan Gil  tattoo, the Spanish  number 26 from Barbate, Spain
Here he's probably wondering what his tattoos would look like once his body has lost its youthful charm. The answer brought a chuckle and he's trying hard to control it. (Image:

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

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Bryan Gil - Single
Picture of his , who goes by the name Single.
He's chuffed about his life in general for now. Maybe the lockdown period will give him some perspective into the life of a committed person. (Image:

Bryan Gil - Single
Picture of his , who goes by the name Single.
He likes kissing inanimate objects. That can easily translate towards a person. However, he'll have to hold his horses for now. (Image:

Family - Get to know them

Father - Alfonso
Picture of Bryan Gil  Father , called Alfonso
Dad Alfonso, and mum Raquel moved with him to Sevilla when he joined there. They bought a house and gave him the stability he needed to succeed. His little brother is now in Sevilla's system, and these two are proud of their kids. (Image:

Gil Car - What does he drive?

Picture of his    car
This Beatle likes the water and uses a jet ski while he tries to wade through it. (Image:

Picture of his    car
Forget the cars. Walking is a very useful skill to master. You never know when it could come handy. (Image:

House - Where does he live?

Location: Madrid, Spain
House of the Spanish  number 26, located in Madrid, Spain
He has found himself a place in Madrid after moving to Leganes. It's got a cozy-looking couch and that's all that matters. (Image:

Location: Madrid, Spain
House of the Spanish  number 26, located in Madrid, Spain
He's even squeezed an exercise bike into the house. The place looks functional and is not overly flashy. Considering that he's going to be here just until the end of the season, it makes sense. (Image:


This left-footed winger was born in the coastal town of Barbate and joined Barbate CF's academy as a youngster. But as fate would have it, he moved to Sevilla's academy soon after. He rose through the ranks of the Andalusian club's Cantera. He performed so well that some sections of the press began calling him the Diamond of Barbate. He was a born dribbler and liked to take on defenders. It was in Sevilla, where he was taught to do it in danger zones. Places where it'd hurt the opposition the most. He is known to be a workaholic, and his dedication to the sport is well appreciated by the insiders in Sevilla. A place where he had been in since he was ten has rewarded him with a contract until the end of 2022 but sent him out on a loan to Leganés in January 2020. This was to make sure that he experienced continuous football and the much-needed experience of playing at the highest level in the league. His game needed improvement on multiple levels. His dribbling is an asset, but his passing skills and his vision demand a lot of attention. In order to become a complete attacker, his decision making and his response to counteract challenges have to get quicker and more incisive. There's no doubt that this 19-year-old will go on to represent Spain one day. He plays for them in the U19 levels for now, after serving his country in the Under 16, 17, and 18 teams.

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