In 2017 the centre back signed a contract with RB Leipzig that nets him a whopping salary of 1.15 Million Euro (1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €3,142 (£2,707) per day and €131 (£113) per hour!
Since you've been viewing this page, Ethan Ampadu has earned...
This means the average man needs to work for at least 2.8 years to earn the same as The Viking earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
(2.1 Million Pound)
8 Million Euro (7.1 Million Pound)
He recently joined Chelsea and that is when he started to earn a whole lot more than what he was used to at Exeter City. As a result his net worth is rising. At the moment he is worth roughly 2.5 Million Euro (2.1 Million Pound). His market value is rising as well, but it is hard to determine exactly how much this young lad is worth. We expect that he might be a very expensive player pretty soon. At the moment his market value is about 8 Million Euro (7.1 Million Pound).
This picture has been taken after the Nation League game Wales vs. Denmark. No inks yet!
Family - Get to know them
Father - Kwame
Meet his father, Kwame. He was born to an Irish mother and a Ghanaian father and featured for clubs such as Arsenal, Swansea City, Leyton Orient ánd Exeter City; the club where Ethan started his career!
Mother - Unknown
Her name is unknown but it's thanks to her that Ethan has the Welsh nationality. She is very proud of him and managed to get the best out of little Ethan!
Brother - David Luiz
People often call him the 'Next David Luiz'. And for a reason, as you can see. They don't only look like eachother, they are also really close off the pitch! Luiz is like a big brother to him.
Ampadu Car - What does he drive?
This lad is not driving a car yet! He is too young for that. Well, not as young as on this picture anymore (5 years old). His first ride will probably arrive soon, keep following WTFoot for the latest updates.
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, United Kingdom
No ladies and gentlemen, this is actually not his own swimming pool. It's the pool of Chelsea, where he did everything to recover asap after his first major injury in 2018.
Hi WTFoot fans! Welcome to our Wiki of this talented center-back from Wales. Ethan Kwame Colm Raymond Ampadu was born in Exeter, a little cite in Devon. He is the son of Kwame Ampadu, a former professional Irish footballer who played for clubs such as Arsenal, Swansea City and Leyton Orient. Ethan launched his youth career at Exeter City, for whom he already played in the under-18 squad at the age of fourteen! And the story gets even more impressive; he made his senior debut in an EFL match when he was only 15 years, 10 months and 26 days old. This made him the youngest ever player of the club. He played only eight games in total for Exeter because Chelsea signed him in the summer of 2017, only one year after his debut. He made his official debut for The Blues in the EFL Cup (again!) on 20 September 2017 versus Nottingham Forrest. And he broke yet another record; he became the first player ever born in the 2000’s to play for Chelsea FC. He made his long expected Premier League debut for Chelsea versus Huddersfield Town on 12 December 2017. Internationally he has chosen to play for the Welsh national team, since his mother is Welsh. He played his first game for Wales at the age of 16 against France (2-0 loss). In a short amount of time he became a regular in the Welsh national team. It’s clear that this lad has a nice future ahead of him. We will keep on following him! Because he wants to get more playing time he, in accordance with manager Frank Lampard, has agreed to a loan to RB Leipzig.
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