In July 2017 the midfielder signed a contract with Burnley that nets him a whopping salary of 2.3 Million Euro (2 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €6,284 (£5,420) per day and €262 (£226) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 5.5 years to earn the same as Corkstrictor earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English midfielder compared to his Burnley teammates
He has played for the English national team, which is always a great boost to your market value and your net worth in the long run. He is currently worth roughly 20 Million Euro (17 Million Pound). As said, his market value is rising slowly as he is in the middle of his prime. Experienced Premier League players always cost a premium and he is no exception. His current market value: 10 Million Euro (9 Million Pound).
We have been looking for a while, but we have not found any ink on his body. Here you see him relaxing with his kid. Ink free though!
Family - Get to know them
He has two kids, one is a bit older than the other one. Here you see them on the pitch after Burnley managed to stay in the Premier League.
Cork Car - What does he drive?
Enjoying a ride around town in a car. We do not know which car this is though, we only know that he and his dog were along for the ride.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Burnley, United Kingdom
Playing in the front garden of their home in Burnley. He is a real outdoor person and he loves to play in the garden with his sons, when weather allows obviously.
Hello there fellow WTFoot fan and or follower. Welcome to you from wherever you are watching this beautiful wiki. We have collected all the information there is to know about this midfielder. He was born in 1989 and he is currently playing for Burnley in the English Premier League. He has already had a whole football life behind him. He has played for numerous clubs in England. He started his career at the youth academy of Chelsea. He was selected for the first team in 2006 but he actually never played any minutes for the first team of the Blues. He was loaned out on 6 different occasions (including Burnley) and he was finally bought by Southampton in 2011 without ever having played for Chelsea. At Southampton he really developed himself into a reliable Premier League player, somebody who managers can always depend on. After Southampton he joined Swansea City, a team that he stayed at for 3 years before he was finally bought by Burnley, his current club. He is usually one of the first names that managers think of when they create their starting eleven and that is no different at Burnley. He is always playing boatloads of matches and he never fails to impress. He actually also played international football. He played for the English National Team, The Three Lions. For now lets have a look at the life of this interesting lad.
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