In September 2018 the goalkeeper signed a contract with Everton that nets him a whopping salary of 6 Million Euro (5.11 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €16,393 (£14,213) per day and €683 (£592) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 14.4 years to earn the same as Jordy earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English goalkeeper compared to his Everton teammates
The English goalkeeper signed for Everton from Sunderland in 2017 for a fee of £25 million and his showings with England at the FIFA World Cup has earned him a new contract which puts his net worth in the region of €42.7 million (£37 million). At only 25 years of age and one of the brightest goalkeeping prospects in the world his market value is estimated to be around €41.5 million (£36 million).
The goalkeeper has gone heavy with the ink on his arm, a drawing of a three-eyed skull on top of a flower.
Family - Get to know them
The Englishman and his fiancé welcomed their new baby in February 2019.
Pickford Car - What does he drive?
The goalkeeper took to twitter to post photos of his luxurious new sedan.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Liverpool, England
The goalkeeper and his pregnant fiancé photographed at home during the holiday season.
Born in Washington, Tyne and Wear, England, he joined Sunderland's academy in 2002, progressing through the ranks before signing a two-year scholarship term in 2010, a year later he was promoted from the academy to the reserve team, in 2011 the goalkeeper signed his first professional contract with the club. He would spend the next six seasons on loan at various clubs across different divisions of English football to gain experience playing competitive first-team football, this included spells in the Conference Premier with Darlington and Aldershot Town, EFL Two with Burton Albion, EFL One with Carlisle United and Bradford City, and in the EFL Championship with Preston North End. His first run of games with Sunderland came in the 2016/17 season after he was recalled from loan in January with the club struggling to stay in the division, he could do little to change the clubs fortunes as The Black Cats finished bottom of the table with 24 points from 38 games. His individual performances however earned him a nomination for PFA Young Player fo the Year and Premier League club Everton signed him up on a five-year contract for a fee of £30 million, making him the most expensive British keeper of all time. His introductory season at the club saw him play in all 38 of Everton's Premier League games, with 10 clean sheets he finished the 2017/18 season as Everton Player of the Season, Everton Players' Player of the Season, and Everton Young Player of the Season. His also garnered mainstream praise for his performances during England's FIFA World Cup 2019 campaign, as The Three Lions beat Colombia 4-3 on penalties to claim his nation's first World Cup penalty shoot-out victory and a place in the quarter-final. He kept his first World Cup clean sheet as England beat Sweden 2-0 to reach their first World Cup semi-final since 1990.
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