In April 2019 the goalkeeper signed a contract with Atlético Madrid that nets him a whopping salary of 20.8 Million Euro (18.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €103,113 (£90,970) per day and €4,296 (£3,790) per hour!
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Net Worth & Market Value
120 Million Euro (105 Million Pound)
100 Million Euro (88.2 Million Pound)
The Atlético Madrid goalkeeper is considered to be one of the best in his position in the world. He has a net worth of over €120 million (£105 million). The most sought after goalie in the world has a market value to match his reputation, going north of €100 million (£88.2 million).
Getting a perfect tan under the sizzling Spanish sun! The Slovenian goalie likes to spend his holidays on a boat traversing the Balearic Sea. It's all clear sailing and clean skin with no tattoos to be seen.
The Atlético Madrid goalkeeper has been living in the Spanish capital for the better part of five years!
Oblak Car - What does he drive?
The Slovenian goalie prefers to ride in the sky on private jets, it keeps him on his toes for when he's got to make that astounding 'flying save' during a game!
Born in Škofja Loka, Slovenia, he started playing football as early as five-years of age with local club Ločan; he finished his development phase in his home country before moving to Portuguese super-club Benfica in 2010, still only a teenager. After a couple of years out on loan to fellow Premeira Liga clubs, he got his opportunity at first-team football towards the end of the 2013/14 campaign; the goalie featured in 26 games, keeping an incredible 22 clean sheets, propelling Benfica to a domestic treble of Premeira Liga, Taça de Portugal and Taça da Liga. On 16 July 2014, the Slovenian goalie signed for Spanish club Atlético Madrid on a six-year deal. Los Rojiblancos emphasis on defence would provide the perfect platform for him to establish himself as the best goalkeeper in the world. Featuring in 214 competitive games for Los Colchoneros, the man between the sticks would keep an astonishing 120 clean sheets. The 2015/16 La Liga campaign saw him concede an all-time record low of 18 goals in 38 games; he would furthermore dominate the Ricardo Zamora Trophy (awarded in Spain to the goalkeeper with the fewest goal-to-game ratio), winning it four times on the trot between 2015-2019. His contributions have helped Atlético Madrid secure the 2014 Supercopa de España, 2017/18 UEFA Europa League and the 2018 UEFA Super Cup.
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