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Discover everything you want to know about James Rodríguez: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Colombian attacking midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2017 the attacking midfielder signed a contract with Everton that nets him a whopping salary of 16.5 Million Euro (14.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €81,797 (£72,354) per day and €3,408 (£3,015) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 40.5 years to earn the same as James Bond of Banfield earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Colombian attacking midfielder compared to his Everton teammates
The Colombian superstar has played for some of the biggest club in football including Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. He has a net worth in the proximity of €130 million (£115 million); the creative midfielder is in his prime and commands a market value close to €50 million (£45 million).
The Colombian midfielder has his fare share of tattoos. Photographed playing for his national team, the exquisite ink-work on his left-arm is on full display.
The Real Madrid midfield maestro has a crown tattooed on his left collar-bone; there's is also a tattoo dedicated to his daughter, Salome, on the outside of his right wrist.
Family - Get to know them
Daughter - Salome
Salome spending her birthday with daddy! The Real Madrid man and his lovely daughter having their own private party on her big day!
Rodríguez Car - What does he drive?
The Colombian superstar steps out of his G-Wagon to snap a couple of photographs with these meddling toddlers!
House - Where does he live?
Location: Munich, Germany
'Say Cheese!' The Colombian's apartment in Bavaria during his loan spell at Bayern Munich in the 2018/19 football calendar.
Born in Cúcuta, Colombia, he graduated from the Academia Tolimense de Fútbol in 2005 before joining second-division club Envigado. In 2008, he moved to Argentina to sign for Club Atlético Banfield; the midfielder scored on his debut, helping his club to a 3-1 win over Rosario Central. Over the course of his tenure, he totalled 10 goals and 8 assists in 50 appearances for the club, winning the 2009 Primera División Argentina. On 6 July 2010, the Colombian moved to Europe to sign for Portuguese outfit FC Porto. The highlight of his early days came in the 2011 Taća de Portugal Final, which Porto won 6-2, courtesy of a hat-trick from the teenager. The midfielder would go on to make 108 appearances for the Dragões, scoring 32 and assisting 41 goals; and won the Portuguese Golden Ball in 2012. On 25 May 2013, he joined Ligue 1 side AS Monaco for a fee of €45 million. His only season at the club saw him bag 10 goals and 14 assists in 38 appearances; he was awarded AS Monaco Player of the Year and included in UNFP Ligue 1 Team of the Year for his efforts. The Colombian would acquire superstar status for his brilliant displays in the 2014 FIFA World Cup; the midfielder took the world by storm as he dragged Colombia to the quarter-finals; winning a host of individual awards including the FIFA World Cup Golden Boot for finishing as the tournaments top-scorer. This paved the way for his move to Real Madrid, who acquired the Colombian for a fee of £63 million following the FIFA World Cup. The midfielder was a part of the Real Madrid team that won a La Liga and 2 UEFA Champions League title between 2015-2017. Between 2017-2019, he also played for German giants Bayern Munich, making 67 appearances as the Bündesliga giants won back-to-back league titles and also lifted the 2018/19 DFB-Pokal. He returned to Real Madrid ahead of the 2019/20 campaign; and to-date has got 36 goals and 41 assists for the Los Blancos.
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