In July 2019 the centre forward signed a contract with Bayern Munich that nets him a whopping salary of 1 Million Euro (860,000 Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €4,957 (£4,279) per day and €207 (£178) per hour!
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Net Worth & Market Value
5 Million Euro (4.4 Million Pound)
4 Million Euro (3.4 Million Pound)
The 20-year old German forward is a product of the youth academy of Hamburger SV. He got his big move to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich in the summer of 2019. His contract with the Bavarian giants puts his net worth at around €5 million (£4.4 million). Still unproven at the highest level, his market value is approximately €4 million (£3.4 million).
Hamburger SV and Germany national team legend Uwe Seeler has always been a source of inspiration to the up-coming starlet. Uwe scored over 400 goals for Hamburg during his playing days, if Jann manages to be half as decent as his idol, he'll have had a decent career!
Hometown hustlers! Jann grew up in the city of Hamburg, and made his professional debut with Hamburger SV. The youngster has since relocated to Munich but his the city where he grew up in will forever remain in his heart.
Arp Car - What does he drive?
Cuties! Linda captures her boyfriend Jann dozing off on the London metro! Hopefully in a few years the Bayern Munich man can repay the favour by taking his girlfriend out on a fancy ride or two!
Born in Segeberg, Germany, he began his footballing prospects at the youth academy of SV Wahlstedt at four-years of age. In 2010, he joined the Hamburger SV’s youth system and progressed through the ranks to represent the reserve team; there, his impressive goal scoring streak of almost a goal a game earned him a call up to the senior squad. On 9 September 2017, the teenager was handed his debut as a late substitute in a goalless against Werder Bremen. A month later, he netted his first Bundesliga goal in a 2-1 defeat away to Hertha Berlin; this feat made him the first-player born in the 21st to score in the Bundesliga. The German striker’s first season as a professional footballer was a mixture of highs and lows. The youngster was voted Hamburger SV’s ‘Young Player of the Season,' however, the club were relegated to the second tier of German football at the end of the season. On 7 February 2019, Bayern Munich and Hamburg reached a deal for the transfer of the young striker, that would see him move to Die Bayern ahead of the 2019/20 season. On the international scene, he has repressed Germany at U17 level, featuring and scoring plenty of goals in the 2017 UEFA European U17 Championship and the 2017 FIFA U17 World Cup.
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