In July 2017 the winger signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund that nets him a whopping salary of 450,000 Euro (383,000 Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €1,232 (£1,049) per day and €51.37 (£43.72) per hour!
Since you've been viewing this page, Jacob Bruun Larsen has earned...
This means the average man needs to work for at least 1.06 years to earn the same as Derby Star earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
2 Million Euro (1.7 Million Pound)
15 Million Euro (12.7 Million Pound)
He's only 21, and it's understandable to have a net worth of only 2 Million Euro (1.7 Million Pound) at that age. His market value right now is 15 million Euros.
This is from 2017. He clicked the pic just before going off to training. He was sharing a flat with Pulisic back then. He currently has a flat in the Kreuzviertel area of Dortmund.
Bruun Larsen Car - What does he drive?
Mercedes Benz AMG GLC 63
We think Christina's riding shotgun with him. His choice of car is very unusual. We believe Merc got it wrong with the styling of this car.
Mercedes Benz AMG GLC 63
We're suckers for the AMG badge, but the GLC is just a confused piece of junk. He's not doing this car any favors. It needs to be cleaned more regularly.
Earning the nickname of the Derby Star due to his exceptional display of scoring prowess in the Under-19 level for Borussia Dortmund, this Dane is a part of the much-hyped 1998 generation of BVB.
This infamous group consisted of players including Christian Pulisic, Felix Passlack, Dženis Burnić, and our winger. Everyone but him is, currently, playing away from BVB. His only time away from Die Borussen was when he played for VfB Stuttgart in one of the most bizarre loan spells that we've ever seen. It lasted for half a season between January and the end of the season in 2018. Born in Lyngby Denmark on the 19th of September 1998, it was destiny that he'd choose Dortmund as his club. He spent a few years at the Lyngby Boldklub in Denmark before moving to Dortmund's academy. You can call our boy one of Jürgen Klopp's favorites whilst he was still the head coach of the German club. He has had almost no opportunity to play for them this season, but he's waiting in the sidelines and is raring to go. As a Denmark international, he has played for his national side from the Under-16 level onwards. He was also a part of the Danish Olympic team that made it to the quarterfinals of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. They'd eventually lose to Nigeria, who went on to win the Bronze. He's only 21 and has plenty of time to leave his mark on the game.
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