In October 2018 the winger signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund that nets him a whopping salary of 3.2 Million Euro (2.7 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €8,767.12 (£7,397.26) per day and €365.3 (£308.22) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 7.5 years to earn the same as The Rocket earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
3 Million Euro (2.6 Million Pound)
100 Million Euro (85.6 Million Pound)
His market value is at an outrageous 100 Million Euro. It is a bit much for a player who is a lot more in the league of Eden Hazard than Cristiano Ronaldo. With hefty endorsement from Nike and an improved contract from Borussia Dortmund, his net worth is estimated to be at 3 Million Euro.
The writing is a poem by our player. He wrote it himself, and it was in memory of his brother who passed away when he was younger.
Family - Get to know them
Coach - Sayce Holmes-Lewis
This is his coach, and he has watched and played a part, definitely, in developing our winger into the talent that he is right now. Details about his family is not in the public domain yet.
Sancho Car - What does he drive?
He probably doesn't have a license yet, which could be the reason why he has chosen to surf the waves than drive and receive a hefty fine from the German government.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Dortmund, Germany
That kitchen looks a better match to a Masterchef than a 19-year-old football player. Does he cook though? It could land him a few ladies; if they decide to overlook the fact that his pants are on show most of the time.
The typical victim of the English press's handiwork usually looks like our winger here- A promising talent that didn't live up to the expectation. Don't get us wrong. We always acknowledge the talent, and this London boy from the southeast part of the city is a generational one, and there's no denying that. But, he needs to be careful with how he handles the pressure that comes with being an English player that has the spotlight on him at all times. And being one of England's youngest exports to mainland Europe means that the pressure is only going to increase exponentially. Coming from a not so affluent part of London, football has always been a saving grace for this lad. He played in the streets where ballgames were banned- our boy is a bit of a renegade, moved to Watford's academy and stayed with them, so he could complete both football and school. This was followed by a move to Manchester City's academy, where he was promised to be included in the first team. That promise was broken which led the rocket to depart English football and land in Germany of all places. This move could not have come at a better time because the German way of playing will inculcate the discipline that is always missing from young players these days. He needs to stay in Germany for a while before he decides to move again.
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