In July 2016 the right back signed a contract with Everton that nets him a whopping salary of 3.2 Million Euro (2.9 Million Euro) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €15,864 (£14,387) per day and €661 (£599) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 8.1 years to earn the same as Sid earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the French right back compared to his Everton teammates
The Frenchman played for Ligue 1 clubs LOSC Lille and AS Monaco before moving to England to play Premier League club Everton. He has a net worth of approximately €16.2 million (£14.7 million), and a market value in the region of €15 million (£13.6 million).
The French full-back in action for Ligue 1 club AS Monaco. He doesn't seem to have any tattoos on his skin.
Family - Get to know them
We haven't found in any photographs of his next of kin, but the Frenchman is one of the humblest footballers out there. The defender puts in a lot of time with the local community, providing inspiration and support for the younger generation.
Sidibe Car - What does he drive?
The French full-back derives great joy from the simple pleasures in life. Like driving around in a caddy on the training fields. No rules and regulations to abide, just go about however you like!
House - Where does he live?
Location: Monaco, France
The Frenchman photographed during his 100th appearance for AS Monaco. He might have moved to Goodison Park for the time being but the Stade Louis remains his spiritual home.
Born in Troyes, France, he began his career with local side Troyes AC as an eight-year old in 2000. After progressing through the various youth-ranks, he made his debut in the Championnat National (third-tier of French football) on 17 September 2010 against Grenoble. Between 2010-12 he made 41 appearances for Troyes, helping them achieve promotion to Ligue 1 (first-tier of French football), before being scouted and signed by Ligue 1 club LOSC Lille. On 25 August 2012, he made his debut for Lille, and marked it with a goal, scoring the equalizer in a 2-2 draw against OGC Nice. The defender spent 4 seasons with Les Dogues, building on his performances each year, and totalled 119 appearances and 11 goals, catching the eye of some of Europe’s major clubs. On 8 July 2016, he signed for fellow Ligue 1 club AS Monaco. The defender made 47 appearances, forming part of a team that made a run to the 2016/17 UEFA Champions League semi-finals, and won the Ligue 1 title for first time in 17 years. He was awarded with a place in the UNFP Ligue Team of the Year for his performances. After 113 appearances for Les Monégasques, the Frenchman moved to English shores, signing a season-long loan deal with Premier League club Everton in the summer of 2019.
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