In May 2019 the striker signed a contract with Crystal Palace 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 €17,351 (£15,330) per day and €723 (£639) per hour!
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The salary of the English striker compared to his Crystal Palace teammates
The English striker has played 8 full seasons in the Premier League between Sunderland and Crystal Palace, his net worth during this time is estimated to be in the region of €23.5 million (£20.8 million). Injuries have crippled his career post 2015 and as a result his market value sits at €3.5 million (£3 million).
The Englishman is a tattoo junkie and here's one of many that adorns his body, a sleeve painted with flowers and the mane of a lion.
Family - Get to know them
Son - Jaxan
All cuddles, love and cake as the Englishman and his son celebrates his second birthday.
Wickham Car - What does he drive?
Mercedes G Wagon
A monstrous set of wheels fit for a monstrous centre-forward.
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, England
The Englishman enjoying thanksgiving dinner at home with his missus and son.
Born in Hereford, Herdforshire, England, he joined the academy of Reading as a nine year old in 2002 and would later move to Ipswich Town from, he would graduate into Ipswich's first-team as a sixteen year old, making his debut in a 3-1 defeat to Doncaster Rovers. The striker would score his first and second senior-goal in only his fourth appearance, they came in a League Cup tie as Ipswich beat Shrewsbury Town 4-2 on penalties. His three seasons at Ipswich town yielded 15 goals in 72 appearances, his exploits in the EFL Championship led to a move to Premier League club Sunderland who signed the youngster to a four-year deal for a fee of £12 million. The striker scored his first and only Premier League goal of his debut season to aid the Black Cats to a 2-2 draw against Aston Villa. A lack of games forced the striker to look for opportunities elsewhere and he'd spend bits and parts of the next two seasons on loan to EFL Championship side Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds United. The Englishman would be recalled from loan halfway through the 2013/14 season to bolster Sunderland's depleted firepower in a bid to avoid relegation. On 16 April he scored a brace in a 2-2 draw against Manchester City, three days later he'd score Sunderland's first in a 2-1 win over Chelsea, and on 27 April he scored two more in a 4-0 win over Cardiff City, proving instrumental in the Black Cat's late surge to survive relegation. On August 2014 the Englishman signed a five-year contract with Crystal Palace for a fee of £7 million, making his debut as a substitute a 3-1 win over Norwich City. He scored 5 goals in 21 Premier League games in his debut season for Palace. In November 2016 the striker suffered a serious knee injury that would keep him out of action until October 2018, he made his return to the startling line-up on January 2019 in 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the fourth-round of the FA Cup.
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