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Join WTFoot and discover everything you want to know about his current girlfriend or wife, his shocking salary and the amazing tattoos that are inked on his body. Find out what house the French/Ghanian centre-forward lives in or have a quick look at his cars!
September 11th, 1991
1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
Ayew Salary & Net Worth Revealed
How much does he earn?
In January 2019 the centre-forward signed a contract with Crystal Palace that nets him a whopping salary of 2.5 Million Euro (2.2 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €12,393 (£11,033) per day and €516 (£460) per hour!
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Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 6.2 years to earn the same as Jo earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the French/Ghanian centre-forward compared to his Crystal Palace teammates
The French born Ghanian international came up through the ranks at Olympique De Marseille and featured for the French club between 2009-2014, he moved to England in 2015 and since has played for three different clubs including Aston Villa, Swansea and Crystal Palace, his net worth sits at an estimated €15.9 million (£14 million). The Ghanian forward has a market value of €8 million (£6.9 million).
The couple are married with two wonderful children, the Ghanian has kept his missus well hidden and not too many photographs of the couple are posted on social media. (Image: Imgur.com)
Family - Get to know them
Father - Abedi Pele
The legendary Abedi Pele played and captained Ghana, and found fame after winning the 1993 UEFA Champions League crown with French club Marseille. (Image: Instagram)
Ayew Car - What does he drive?
Jordan and his older brother Andrè have both graced English football with their talents, here they are photographed together with some classy wheels. (Image: Imgur.com)
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, England
The Crystal Palace man in his London apartment, enjoying his leisure time playing with his lovely kids. (Image: Instagram)
Born in Marseille, France, son of former Ghana captain and Olympique de Marseille hero Abedi Pelé, being a top-class professional footballer was certainly this man's destiny. Starting out as a nine year old at the Lyon Duchére youth academy, he joined Marseille as a trainee in 2006 and later signed his first professional contract with the club in 2009. The forward made his club debut in Ligue 1 on 16 December 2009, scoring against Lorient as Marseille ran out 2-1 winners. The Ghanians time with Les Phocéens saw him score 27 goals and assist a further 17 in 147 appearances, winning the treble of Ligue 1, Coupe de la Ligue and Trophée des Champions in 2010; the double of Coupe de la Ligue and Trophée des Champions in 2011; and Coupe de la Ligue in 2012. After a successful spell with his boyhood club the forward moved to fellow Ligue 1 club Lorient on 28 July 2014 citing the need for a new challenge, and here at the Stade du Moustoir he'd have his most productive season, scoring 13 and assisting 7 goals is 33 appearances. Soon he'd be on the move again, this time moving countries to sign for English club Aston Villa, the forward would be The Villians' top-scorer with 7 goals in 30 appearances but that was the only silver-lining in an otherwise miserable Premier League campaign which saw Aston Villa relegated to the EFL Championship. The forward joined Swansea City ahead of the 2017/18 season, in what would be a replica of his time with Aston Villa, the forward scored 7 goals in 36 appearances only to see his team relegated once more. On transfer deadline day, the Ghanian joined Crystal Palace on loan for the 2018/19 season, he featured 25 times for The Eagles, scoring and assisting 2 goals apiece as Palace finished in twelfth position in the Premier League.
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