Joao Pedro

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Picture of the 1.82 m (5 ft 11.75 in) tall Brazilian forward of Watford F.C.

BirthdateSeptember 26th, 2001
BirthplaceRibeirão Preto, Brazil
Length1.82 m (5 ft 11.75 in)
TeamWatford F.C.
TraitsAgile Dribbler

Pedro Salary & Net Worth Revealed

How much does he earn?

In January 2020 the forward signed a contract with Watford F.C. that nets him a whopping salary of 180,000 Euro (158,000 Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €493 (£433) per day and €20.55 (£18.04) per hour!

Per year€180,000£158,000
Per month€‭15,000‬£13,167
Per week€3,462£‭3,038
Per day€493£433
Per hour€20.55£18.04
Per minute€0.34£0.30
Per second€0.01£0.01

Since you've been viewing this page, Joao Pedro has earned...

Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 0.43 years to earn the same as Wonderboy earns in only 1 month.

Net Worth & Market Value
Net Worth50,000 Euro (43,900 Pound)
Market Value18 Million Euro (15.8 Million Pound)
We've been very conservative with his net worth calculations. We estimate that it stands at about 50,000 Euros. His current market value is about 18 million Euros.

Pedro Tattoo - Does he have one?

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Joao  Pedro tattoo, the Brazilian number 17 from Ribeirão Preto, Brazil
He's got the word "predestined" in Portuguese inked on his neck. Teenagers can come up with the most ridiculous ideas for tattoos. (Image:

Joao  Pedro tattoo, the Brazilian number 17 from Ribeirão Preto, Brazil
We saw some ink on his right arm. Here we see a faint writing on his left. It's his mum's name in case you were wondering. (Image:

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

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Joao Pedro - Melissa Maia
Picture of his , who goes by the name Melissa Maia.
Our boy is dating a fifteen-year-old TV personality from his native country. She has been in telly since she was eight. (Image:

Joao Pedro - Nelissa Maia
Picture of his , who goes by the name Nelissa Maia.
She paid him a visit in London, and the two hung out together. But with the legal age of consent being sixteen, she has since returned to Brazil and will not be back soon. (Image:

Family - Get to know them

Mother - Flavia
Picture of Joao  Pedro Mother, called Flavia
His mum is a happy ducky. She is really cheerful about his move to the Premier League. (Image:

Father - Carlos Júnior
Picture of Joao  Pedro Father, called Carlos Júnior
Dad's packed his bags too when his boy transferred. Brazilian teenagers tend to take the whole entourage when they move abroad. (Image:

Pedro Car - What does he drive?

Picture of his    car
It's best if he acclimatizes to the new surroundings before buying a car. He's allowed to pose next to cars, though. (Image:

House - Where does he live?

Location: England
House of the Brazilian number 17, located in England
We reckon the family has settled in the Watford area. Dad can be seen helping his boy stay fit. The place looks fitting. (Image:


Turning to South America, especially Brazil, for young talent has become the norm for big clubs in Europe. The smaller clubs are following suit, and the latest team to jump on this growing trend is Watford F.C. and the Brazilian that they've acquired, is the player in focus here. This lad has the qualities that it takes to become a top footballer in Europe. But our question is, was it the right time for him to move to a club like Watford when they've been fighting to stay in the Premier League for most of the season. His physical development is not complete yet, and having come through the ranks of Fluminese, he has made just 25 senior appearances for the Brazilian club. Although the motive behind the move cannot be questioned, being thrust into a high-pressure situation like the one he is in right now is not going to be conducive to his development in any way. He is an agile player, and is a decent dribbler of the ball. He's got some noteworthy qualities to rely on whilst he is in the box. But that alone is not enough to qualify him as a good player. If anything, we need more time to ascertain what he's capable of and where his career is going to go. This Brazilian has not played for his country yet. Not even in the youth teams.

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