In August 2019 the forward signed a contract with Athletic Bilbao that nets him a whopping salary of 3.6 Million Euro (3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €9,863 (£8,219) per day and €411 (£343) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 8.33 years to earn the same as The Panther earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
10 Million Euro (8.4 Million Pound)
50 Million Euro (42 Million Pound)
His loyalty to Athletic Bilbao has seen him earn a net worth of about 10 million Euros. His current market value is about 50 million Euros, but he has a release clause worth 135 million Euros attached to his contract.
Seen on holiday with Patricia, we had one look at his photo and thought he didn't have any tattoos on his body.
Until we looked at this and had a closer look at his left forearm. It does look like ink to us. What do you think? It looks like a string of beads to us. We can't say for sure.
Family - Get to know them
Brother - Nicolas
Nic is his younger brother. We hear that he's a footballer as well. The boys are out clubbing, and our forward needs to chill with his man-purse.
Brother - Nicolas
Someone doesn't like getting "their" feet dirty. The brothers were on holiday with mum.
Williams Car - What does he drive?
Two things are unclear to us about this pic. The make/model of his car and the reason why he's looking so intense behind the wheel. He's not racing on the roads, is he?
House - Where does he live?
Location: Bilbao, Spain
His family home can't be missed. It's got that unique door, and his family makes an effort to pose in front of it all the time. His parents are Ghanaian immigrants to Spain in case you didn't know.
Although he wears the number 9 shirt, he's not a true centre-forward. He demonizes defences with his pace, which is why he's used more as a winger than an outright striker. Born in Bilbao, he spent his entire youth career in the Basque region. He started his journey with Natación Pamplona but also spent time in Pamplona's and Athletic Bilbao's academies. When it was time for him to play as a senior, he was sent to Basconia for a year. Basconia is a feeder team that is based in Basque Country. Athletic Bilbao realized that they had seen enough and had him move to their club. Initially, he played for their reserve side but was called to represent the first team in 2014. He has not looked back since. In early 2019 he made his 100th consecutive appearance for his club, which is no mean feat. He's a player that has continuously pledged his allegiance to Atletic Bilbao and proved it by putting pen to paper on a 9-year deal that could potentially see him retire at his beloved Athletic Bilbao. He's known for his pace, an aspect that could diminish with age. He needs to become a bit more versatile with his football if he's to have a fruitful twilight.
He represents Spain internationally but does play for the Basque Country when given a chance.
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