In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Demarai Gray: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the English left winger lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In November 2017 the left winger signed a contract with Leicester City that nets him a whopping salary of 3.3 Million Euro (2.8 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €9,016 (£7,803) per day and €376 (£325) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 7.9 years to earn the same as Speedy Gray earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English left winger compared to his Leicester City teammates
The young English forward is still in his baby years as a footballer turning pro as recent as 2013, starting with Birmingham City in the lower divisions of English football and signing for Leicester in 2016 his net worth is in the vicinity of €13.9 million (£12 million). He is already commanding a market value close to €20.8 million (£18 million) and the figure will surely rise in the coming years.
The training pitch is home for the fledgling footballer, tirelessly working on his craft to become one of Premier League's brightest superstars.
Gray Car - What does he drive?
Every Leicester City player has been gifted one of these beauties for their miraculous title winning campaign.
Born in Birmingham, England, he joined Birmingham City's youth academy as an under-11 in 2006. Coming up through the ranks with an abundance of speed and skill he impressed Birmingham City manger Lee Clark in training and was subsequently called up to represent the first team in 2013. In November of that year he would be handed his first team debut against Charlton Athletic in the Championship, shortly thereafter he signed his first professional contract with the club in December. He would make only 7 appearances that season in the Championship but the quality of his performances at such a young age earned him Birmingham City's Youth Player of the Season award. The 2014-15 season would be the young wingers breakthrough season, a change in management would benefit him greatly as new manager Gary Rowett gave him the opportunity to establish himself as a regular first team player. The winger would return the trust shown in him by his new gaffer as he scored 6 times and racked up 41 appearances for The Blues over the course of the season. His fine performances didn't go unnoticed as Premier League clubs flogged Birmingham City for the services of the winger's mercurial talents. Try as they might it became impossible for Birmingham City to hold on to the youngster and midway during the 2015-16 season Leicester City triggered the wingers release clause which saw him sign for The Foxes on a 4 and a half year deal. Little did he know his 12 appearances (mostly as a substitute) for Leicester City over the remainder of the season would be part of what would turn out the be the greatest fairy tale story in modern football. Leicester City would defy all odds (5000/1 to be precise) and logic to go on to be crowned Premier League Champions! Moving forward the winger established himself as a regular in The Fox's lineup making 85 appearances and scoring 6 goals in all competitions over the next couple of seasons. It could be said the young winger from Birmingham has already enjoyed more success than most professional footballers do in their entire career, however, only 22 with his prime years ahead of we're surely yet to see his best.
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