In August 2017 the Striker signed a contract with Bournemouth that nets him a whopping salary of 2.7 Million Euro (2.2 Million Euro) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €7,377 (£6,376) per day and €307 (£266) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 6.5 years to earn the same as The Royal Man earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Norwegian Striker compared to his Bournemouth teammates
The Royal Man has already played for a whole bunch of teams, some of which took over his Manchester United salary. At Bournemouth he is being paid handsomely for his services. As a result his net worth has risen sharply. He is currently worth 14 Million Euro (12.6 Million Pound). His market value is developing in a pretty steady way. He is at the peak of his powers and interested clubs would have to pay a lot of money for him to leave the Cherries. His current market value is 20 Million Euro (18 Million Pound).
He loves the beautiful inky decorations on his body a lot. He has several tattoos, including on his back and on both his arms.
Family - Get to know them
Son - Noah
Meet this spider-boy. The son of the striker from Norway. His name is actually Noah and doesn't he look just adorable?
King Car - What does he drive?
In Norway he always uses this beautiful Mercedes. As you can see it is perfectly fit for the snowy Norwegian winters.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Here you see him in the bathroom of his beautiful apartment in downtown Bournemouth. It has been decorated in a beautiful manner by his wife.
Welcome to the Wiki of the King of Norway, The Royal Man. He is currently playing for Bournemouth in the English Premier League but he has already played for a whole lot of teams before he joined the Cherries. He started his career at the youth academy of Romsas in Norway. Rather spectacularly he made the move the Manchester United youth academy after having played a few years in Norway. He made the move to the first team of Manchester United several teams but he never played a game for The Red Devils in the League. He make one appearance for them in the League Cup though. After Man. United he played on loan for a whole bunch of teams, including Preston North End, Gladbach and Blackburn Rovers. Finally, in 2015, he made the move to Bournemouth. He really hit it off at the Cherries, helping them remain in the Premier League for seasons on end. He has obviously also played for the Norwegian team, he is one of their main strikers and he has already played a lot of games for his homecountry.
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