In August 2019 the centre back signed a contract with Manchester United that nets him a whopping salary of 5.4 Million Euro (4.7 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €14,754 (£12,760) per day and €615 (£532) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 13.0 years to earn the same as Slab-Head earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English centre back compared to his Manchester United teammates
The English defender has been around since 2011, cutting his teeth in the Championship with Sheffield Wednesday and then in the Premier League with Hull City and recently at Leicester City which sees his net worth in the region of €28.3 million (£24.5 million). Playing for Manchester United will surely make his net worth rise sharply. His showings with England in the the FIFA World Cup of 2018 and consistent performances for his club has seen his market value skyrocket to upwards of 88 Million Euro (80 Million Pound).
His humble abode. Knackered from a days hard work, watching television at home, not too different from the normal folk these footballers eh?
Maguire Car - What does he drive?
Audi A5 S-Line
The defender took a snap of his brand new ride. And surely it's a beauty!
Born in Sheffield, England, he started his youth career at Sheffield United. In 2011 with the team facing relegation he was fast tracked to the senior side, winning the man of the match in his debut against Cardiff City in April. Sheffield United would eventually be relegated that season and so life began anew in League One. His impressive performances at the beginning of the 2011-12 season saw the club reward him with a new contract that would tie him up with the Blades till 2015. He began to grow in stature, becoming a regular with the first team, with over 56 appearances to his name he ended the season being awarded both "Player of the Year" and "Young Player of the Year" by the club. He would continue to be a mainstay of the Blades' defence making over 100 appearances in the following couple of seasons. Newly promoted Premier League side Hull City took notice of his impressive displays and signed him July 2014 to a 3 year contract. Initially the defender suffered to secure a starting berth with the team and was soon loaned out to Championship side Wigan Athletic. Hull would get relegated that season and the defender would have to wait his turn for Premier League Football. In 2015-16 the Englishman would feature on a more regular basis for Hull as they won promotion back to the Premier League. 2016-17 saw him cement his place in the first team as he featured in 29 Premier League games, and while the season ended in relegation the defender was award Hull's Player of the Year. In June 2017 Leicester City acquired his services for a fee of £12 million, he featured in all 38 of the Fox's Premier League games which would lead to an England call-up. The defender was selected to represent his national side in the FIFA World Cup 2018. In Russia his performances for the Three Lions won him praise from all over the world, forming a part of a compact defence his goal saw England beat Sweden in the quarter finals of the tournament. In the summer of 2019 he became the Most Expensive Defender in the world. He made the move to Manchester United that paid a whopping 88 Million Euro's (!) to Leicester City.
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