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Discover everything you want to know about Harvey Barnes: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the English left midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2017 the left midfielder signed a contract with Leicester City that nets him a whopping salary of 480.000 Euro (416.000 Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €1,311 (£1,136) per day and €55 (£47) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 1.2 years to earn the same as The Ginger Messi earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
1.6 Million Euro (1.4 Million Pound)
7 Million Euro (6 Million Pound)
The young midfielder is only 21 years old and the 4 year contract signed with Leicester City in 2017 puts his net worth somewhere around €1.6 million (£1.4 million). His considerable talents already command a sizeable price with his market value estimated to be upwards €7 million (£6 million).
The young English midfielder is packing a lot of muscle but no tattoos are to be seen anywhere on his skin. Perhaps he isn't as tough as he looks
Family - Get to know them
Mother and son spending quality time together at home over the Christmas holidays.
Father - Paul
Paul also played professional football like his son. Featuring in the lower divisions of English football with a host of clubs including Notts County, Burnley, Birmingham City, Stoke City among many others.
Barnes Car - What does he drive?
Audi A1 Sportback S Line
The young man was ecstatic to finally get his hands on his new pair of wheels.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Leicester, England
Bumming at home. There's nothing like putting your feet up and slowly dozing of in front of the television after a hard day of training.
Born in Burnley and brought up in Leicestershire, England, the son of former professional footballer Paul Barnes was destined to become a footballer himself. In 2007 aged 9 years old he joined the Leicester City academy, over the next decade he would develop his talents and slowly come up through the ranks to sign his first professional contract with the club in June 2016. He made his debut for The Foxes in Europe's elite competition, the UEFA Champions League, coming on as a substitute in the second half as Leicester City was handed a 5-0 defeat against FC Porto. The young midfielder would see more success in the reserve league playing for Leicester City U23 with 7 goals and 3 assists in 13 appearances. The Englishman knew he had to play in a more competitive environment if he was to make the grade in the Premier League so for the 2016/17 season he joined League One side Milton Keynes Dons on loan for half a season. His time with the League One outfit was a great success on an individual level with 21 appearances, 6 goals and 1 assist ending the season as Milton Keynes' Young Player of the Year. The 2016/17 season would be another step up in competitiveness for the young midfielder, this time signing for Championship side Barnsley on a season long loan. He started the season in superb form bagging 5 goals and 4 assist in 23 appearances but his momentum would be brought to a halt as his parent club decided to end his loan spell midway through the season. The midfielder would be on the move again the following season moving to the Championship again this time with West Bromwich Albion. It was a familiar tale, the creative midfielder was on fire with 9 goals and 7 assist to his name by January. Impressed once again Leicester City decided call him back mid season only this time the midfielder started to get his opportunity at first team football. Playing in majority of the games since he's returned from loan it is only a matter of time before his mercurial talents see him cement a place in the first team in the years to come.
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