In August 2019 the right back signed a contract with Newcastle United that nets him a whopping salary of 2.5 Million Euro (2.2 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €12,393 (£11,204) per day and €516 (£467) per hour!
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The salary of the Swedish right back compared to his Newcastle United teammates
The Swedish defender has been around the world, testing himself in various leagues around the globe including Ligue 1 and Serie A. He signed for Premier League club Newcastle United from Swedish club Helsingborgs IF in 2019. The right-back has a net worth estimated in the region of €10 million (£9 million), and a market value close to €2.5 million (£2.3 million).
The Swede enjoying his day at the beach. Basking under the hot summer sun, close to the ocean waves! Ripped from head to toe in muscles, he has no tattoos on his body.
Family - Get to know them
Sister - Alma
Alma photographed with her beloved brother on her birthday! A quiet day spent at their family home in Ljungby, Sweden.
Krafth Car - What does he drive?
The Swedish defender with his new ride! A stylish new Volkswagen in silver.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Tyneside, England
St. James' Park upon Tyne will play home to the Swedish right-back and his girlfriend Lina Lundqvist for the foreseeable future.
Born in Ljungby, Sweden, he began his youth career at the academy of local club Lagans AIK. After progressing through the youth-ranks, he came to represent the first-team in 2010. Shortly thereafter he switched to Östers IF in 2011, before joining fellow Superettan club Helsingborgs IF a year later. Between 2012-2015, the defender made 93 appearances for Di Röe, totalling 3 goals and 9 assists. His next move would be offshore, moving to Italy to join Serie A club Bologna in 2015. Struggling with the demands of Serie A, he made 43 league appearances for the Rossoblu during his two-year stint in Italy. Ahead of the 2018/19 season, Ligue 1 outfit Amiens FC signed the Swede on a season-long loan, with an option to make the deal permanent come the end of the season. He waged a remarkable campaign, starting in all but 3 of the clubs league fixtures, helping Amiens steer clear of relegation with a 15th position finish. In the summer of 2019, Premier League club Newcastle United secured the services of the Swedish defender for a fee close to £5 million. On the international stage he has 20 caps for Sweden and was apart of the 23-man squad that played in the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
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