In August 2020 the striker signed a contract with Manchester United that nets him a whopping salary of 2 Million Euro (1.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €3,216 (£6,500) per day and €130 (£110) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 5 years to earn the same as El Matador earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Uruguayan striker compared to his Manchester United teammates
The Uruguayan for has played for two of the most famous clubs in the world, Italian club SSC Napoli and Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint-Germain. Now he joins Manchester United. His estimated has net worth is around €140 million (£122 million). The centre forward still commands a market value of €10million (£8 million).
Jocelyn Burgardt is the current partner of El Matador. She is the mother of his daughter India. The three of them are photographed together in a flower garden in Paris, France.
Edinson Cavani Ex-Wife - Soledad Cabris
Ms. Cabris is the former spouse of Uruguay and Paris Saint-Germain hitman. Acquainted in their teenage years, the pair married in 2007, and are parents to two children, Bautista and Lucas Cavani. She filed for divorce in 2014 after accusing her husband of being unfaithful.
A quiet evening spent with his best mates Sara & Lolo. The Uruguayan owns a beautiful home in Paris, fitted with a fireplace for the cold winter season.
Cavani Car - What does he drive?
The Uruguay international drives the finest pair of wheels to be crafted. Pictured driving to PSG's training facility in his Ferrari, the centre-forward sure does dig a sip of mate!
Born in Salto, Uruguay, he moved to Montevideo to join FC Danubio’s youth system as a thirteen year old. In 2005 he got his opportunity with the first-team and impressed in the 2007 South American Youth Championship. Soon scouts from Europe were interested in him, and on 29 January 2007 he signed for Italian Serie A club SSD Palermo. He would be quick to make an impression, scoring within 15 minutes of his debut to draw Palermo level against Fiorentina. The striker netted 37 goals in 117 appearances for Palermo, establishing himself as one of the hottest prospects in Europe. In July 2010, fellow Serie A club SSC Napoli signed the Uruguayan for a fee of €17 million. He was off to a blistering start again, scoring twice in his full debut, to give Napoli a 2-0 victory over Elfsborg in the UEFA Europa League. In his second season he powered Gli Azzurri to the Coppa Italia final, and scored in a 2-0 victory over Juventus to win Napoli the trophy. In his final season at the club he finished as the top scorer in Serie A with 29 goals. El Matador had taken Italy by storm during his years at Naples, scoring 104 goals in 138 games. On 16 July 2013, PSG shelled out €63 million to secure the services of Europe’s top target man. Since then, in his appearances for Les Parisiens, El Matador has scored more than 200 goals and provided numerous assists. Playing a pivotal role in PSG’s domestic dominance, with the club claiming multiple Ligue 1, Coupe de France and Coupe de la Ligue titles.
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