In September 2020 the centre back signed a contract with Leeds United that nets him a whopping salary of 1.1 Million Euro (1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €3,134 (£2,811) per day and €131 (£117) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 2.9 years to earn the same as earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Spanish centre back compared to his Leeds United teammates
The Spanish defender came through the academy of Real Madrid before having loan spells at Rayo Vallecano and Málaga. After a successful spell at Real Sociedad he moved to England to join Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United. The 27 year old has a net worth close to 12.5 Million Euro (11.4 Million Pound) and his market value is somewhere in the region of 20 Million Euro (17.5 Million Pound).
Can you hear the wedding bells are toll? The Spanish footballer married his sweetheart Ana López in the lush gardens of the beautiful Finca Lasmargas in Segovia, Spain. Ana looks absolutely stunning in her white dress as the dazzling sun amplifies this beautiful moment.
The Leeds United centre-back and his beautiful wife Ana loves to travel the world! The couple have been all over from globe from Paris to Beijing. This picture captures the Spanish globetrotters on the beaches of Bangkok, Thailand!
Family - Get to know them
The Spanish couple welcomed their first child in 2019. It looks like daddy's little princess is growing up fast and we sure hope that this bundle of cuteness is enjoying the English weather!
Llorente Car - What does he drive?
A throwback to his Real Madrid days! The defender is a product of Los Blancos' youth academy and graduated to represent the first-team on two occasions before moving on to seek first-team opportunities elsewhere. Even though his aspirations of playing for the Galacticos might've come to a premature end, at the very least he got to drive around in some fine automobiles!
House - Where does he live?
Location: Leeds, England
The Spaniard moved to England in the summer of 2020 to play for legendary Argentine coach Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United team. The Elland Road faithful are hopeful that the defender will be rock at the back for a team that is known for it's all out attacking prowess
Born in Madrid, Spain, on August 16th, 1993, he began his journey at being a professional footballer as early as 7 years of age with the academy of Perez Galdós followed by a short spell at Trabenco, before he made the grade at Real Madrid’s youth program by the age of nine. The hometown boy would go on to represent the Los Blancos at junior level falling just shy of a century of appearances. His boyhood dream came true in the final game of the 2012/13 campaign as he took the pitch in the famous white of Real Madrid against CA Osasuna. A lack of first-team opportunities forced the centre-back to seek opportunities elsewhere and he opted to go out on loan to Rayo Vallecano (2015/16). The defender cemented his place in the team and scored his first goal in La Liga in a 2-2 draw against Real Sociedad on January 3rd, 2016. Despite his best efforts the Spaniard was unable to help save his team from relegation come the end of the season. A loan spell at Málaga (2016/17) was followed by his permanent departure from the Santiago Bernabeu as the defender signed with Real Sociedad in the summer of 2017. The centre-back scored on his debut for his new club to secure a 4-2 win over Deportivo de La Coruña. During his tenure at Real Sociedad the defender racked up 88 appearances over three seasons before moving to England to play for Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United in the summer of 2020.
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