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Join WTFoot and discover everything you want to know about his current girlfriend or wife, his shocking salary and the amazing tattoos that are inked on his body. Find out what house the English right winger lives in or have a quick look at his cars!
April 4th, 2003
1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Elliott Salary & Net Worth Revealed
How much does he earn?
In July 2019 the right winger signed a contract with Liverpool that nets him a whopping salary of 1.05 Million Euro (935 Thousand Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €5,205 (£4,771) per day and €217 (£199) per hour!
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Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 2.7 years to earn the same as Little Bro earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English right winger compared to his Liverpool teammates
The young Englishman came through the ranks at Fulham before signing with Premier League dynasty Liverpool in 2019. The teenager's contract with the reds puts his net worth somewhere in the region of 1.5 Million Euro (1.3 Million Pound). Highly regarded by the Anfield hierarchy his services won't come cheap with a market value north of 4 Million Euro (3.5 Million Pound).
The Surrey born footballer doesn't have a shred of ink on his body, and we are guessing mum doesn't quite approve of them. Now that he is at Anfield, and we all know how infectious Merseyside can be (especially the red half), maybe we'll see Little Bro paint his body sooner rather than later! (Image: Twitter)
Anfield's newest addition is still single, but we're sure the beautiful ladies at Liverpool will get their hands on him soon! Till then Harv will have to do with Paisley! (Image: Instagram)
Family - Get to know them
Sister - Daniella
Before making the switch to Liverpool FC, Harv plied his trade at London club Fulham. Here he is walking out on the pitch at Craven Cottage with his brother, and sister Daniella before waving goodbye to the Cottager's faithful for their support throughout the years. (Image: Instagram)
Elliott Car - What does he drive?
Cycling to training. Despite signing for one of the biggest club in the world the Liverpool winger has still got his foot on the ground, or the pedal so to speak. The young man never skips out on leg day and his love for cycling goes a long way in contributing to the cause! (Image: Instagram)
House - Where does he live?
Location: Liverpool, England
The teenager from Surrey recently completed his lifelong dream of playing for the club he supported growing up, England's most decorated football institution, Liverpool FC. Since then the winger has switched to living in an apartment in merseyside. Photographed on his daily training routine while quarantining at home during COVID19. (Image: Twitter)
Born in Chertsey, England on April 4th 2003, his youth career was split between fellow London clubs Queens Park Rangers and Fulham. Eli would go on to represent the later at senior level, making his debut for Fulham on 25 September 2018, coming on late in the second half in an EFL Cup tie against Millwall, and becoming the youngster player ever to play in the competition at 15 years and 174 days, as Fulham successfully dispatched of the opposition 3-1. On 4 May 2019, the teenager made his Premier League debut against Wolverhampton Wanderers; the occasion was marred as The Cottagers succumbed to a 1-0 defeat. Garnering a lot of attention from Europe’s top clubs such as the likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain, the English winger decided to stay on home soil by signing for England’s most decorated football club, Liverpool. On 25 September 2019, the Surrey born footballer would complete a lifelong dream as he took to the pitch wearing the famous red of Liverpool in a EFL Cup match against MK Dons. In October, Little Bro would feature in a pulsating 5-5 draw against Arsenal in the same competition; the game finished 5-4 to Liverpool on penalties, the win adding to the distinction of becoming the youngster player to feature at Anfield at 16 years and 209 days.
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