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|Birthdate||January 4th, 1986|
|Birthplace||Leeds, United Kingdom|
|Length||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
This lad is a true and authentic English Premier League player. Born in Leeds he has played his youth football and the first years of his pro-career for his hometown club Leeds United. After that he has played for Swindown Town, Newcastle United, Aston Villa, Manchester and now he is playing at Liverpool. He has played in the Premier League since 2002 so he is also definitely a veteran. The Mill is widely regarded as a very versatile player. He can play at a multitude of positions, including full back, midfielder and winger. He is very good at covering grounds, recovering balls and passing and as such he is the perfect player in Jurgen Klopps Liverpool. The Englishman is well on his way to play more than 700 career games, a beautiful accomplishment. He has not only played club football however. He has also played 61 international games for the English national team, the Three Lions. He retired from international football in 2016 which made him lose out on Englands most succesful tournament in a very long time: the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. A tournament that saw England advance to the semi-finals and ultimately end up with a 4th place.
Milner Salary & Net Worth Revealed
SALARY 2020How much does he earn?
In 2015 the midfielder signed a contract with Liverpool that nets him a whopping salary of 6.8 Million Euro (6.2 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €18,579 (£16,728) per day and €774 (£697) per hour!
|Per month||€566,667||£510,196||Per week||€138,211||£124,438||Per day||€18,579||£16,728||Per hour||€774||£697||Per minute||€12.90||£11.62||Per second||€0.22||£0.19|
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