In August 2017 the striker signed a contract with Tottenham Hotspur that nets him a whopping salary of 4.5 Million Euro (3.9 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €12,295 (£10,557) per day and €512 (£440) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 11 years to earn the same as The Lion King earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Spanish striker compared to his Tottenham Hotspur teammates
In the summer of 2017 he moved from Swansea to Tottenham Hotspur for 13.6 Million Pound. This guy is already active in football for quite some time, and earned good money. His net worth is estimated at 25 Million Euro (21 Million Pound). That's surely enough to survive un till the end of times! His market value is currently less than before: once he was worth about 30 Million Euro, nowadays it is estimated around 3.5 Million Euro (3 Million Pound).
San Sebastian will always be his home. This man is a proud citizen of Basque Country!
Llorente Car - What does he drive?
Arriving at the training ground of Tottenham Hotspur in his Mercedes!
Born in Pamplona and launched his career at Athletic Bilbao. He joined the club in 1996, when he was only eleven years old. In 2003 he moved to their so-called farm team CD Basconia, who played in the Tercera Division by then. He gradually improved and was promoted to Bilbao Athletic, the reserve team of Athletic de Bilbao. They played in the Segunda Division B, in which he made several goals. He was rewarded with a new contract at Athletic de Bilbao and soon made his debut for the first team and in La Liga. He started to become a regular in the first team, a legendary player even, and played 262 games in the first team in which he made 85 goals! But after many highly successful years he decided it was time for something new. He refused a new contract offer of Athletic and confirmed in that he would move to Juventus. He signed a four-year deal in Turin. He stayed two years and scored 23 times in 66 matches. He even made some minutes in the 2015 Champions League final against Barcelona (1-3 lose)! After spending some time in Sevilla and at Swansea City he made the step to Tottenham Hotspur in 2017, where he is the backup striker after Harry Kane.
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