In August 2018 the winger signed a contract with Valencia that nets him a whopping salary of 6.1 Million Euro (5.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €16,712 (£13,972) per day and €696 (£582) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 14.16 years to earn the same as Ducati earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
5 Million Euro (4.2 Million Pound)
28 Million Euro (23.6 Million Pound)
His market value has dipped a bit in the last year or so to about 28 Million Euros. It is estimated that he's worth about 5 Million Euros as of writing.
This Ducati believes that any kind of added weight, even if it's in the form of body art, could hamper his speed. So he's decided to be devoid of it and almost all body hair.
He's carrying an enormous burden on the chest area, and those guns look massive too. There's no place for livery on this speed machine.
Family - Get to know them
Brother - Joao Maria
Joao is a good looking bloke. He could use a few fitness tips from his brother. We can't complain about his choice of attire, though. It's elegant.
Father - Rogério
We're surprised to find his entire family donning glasses. We're glad he didn't inherit bad vision from his folks. The need for prescription glasses on the field wouldn't be desirable.
Guedes Car - What does he drive?
Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
This cheetah's need for speed outside the field is taken care of by his beautiful Berlinetta. It does 0 to 100 km/h in about 3.1 seconds. Not bad at all.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Benavente, Portugal
He whizzes off to his hometown whenever he gets the chance. They seem like a lovely bunch of academics to be honest.
The first eighteen-year-old since Cristiano Ronaldo to represent his country, this winger might not have all the qualities that CR7 has, and it would be overly optimistic to think that he'd even get to the levels that the legend has, but the signs for him becoming a great are definitely there. Born in Benavente, this speed demon joined Benfica's youth setup in 2005 as an 8-year-old. He was constantly outperforming the others, which saw him rise to be a first-team player, gradually, of course, which is a phenomenal achievement in itself. He didn't stop there and his motivation to get better, saw him move to PSG. But little did he know that his calling was Spain and he eventually ended up with Los Che, after impressing them whilst on loan from PSG. He has been unlucky with injuries and needs to work on his fitness if he is to achieve greater success in his career. He is not known for just speed. Ducati, as he's fondly called, for obvious reasons, is an astute dribbler that has a great passing variety. He also has an effective shot from long-range and is very composed in crucial situations. This agile winger also has the distinction of winning trophies with every club that he has played for. He has represented Portugal at every youth level from Under-15 onwards. Now a senior, he won the 2019 UEFA Nations League Final for his country by scoring the only goal of the match.
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