Discover everything you want to know about Juan Cuadrado: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Colombian right winger lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2017 the right winger signed a contract with Juventus that nets him a whopping salary of 6.4 Million Euro (5.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €31,727 (£27,438) per day and €1,322 (£1,143) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 15.4 years to earn the same as Vespa earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
35 Million Euro (30 Million Pound)
18 Million Euro (15.6 Million Pound)
The Colombian winger has played for a host of Serie A clubs including Udinese, Lecce, Fiorentina and Juventus. The 31-year old's net worth is estimated at €35 million (£30 million); entering his later years, his market value is around €18 million (£15.6 million).
Mamma Mia! The Colombian beauty has over 170,000 followers on her Instagram account. She posts regular pictures of her everyday life, from spending time with the kids, to having dinner with her beloved, and the couple of odd selfies here and there.
Juan Cuadrado Wife - Melissa Botero
Melissa Botero married the Colombian footballer in 2016. The couple are parents to two beautiful children.
The Colombian footballer lost his father at an early age and it was up to his mother to bring him up in the world! A strict mother, Marcela made sure Juan had to excel at studies before he went out to play football, and it's all worked out for the best.
The Colombia and Juventus winger photographed with his beautiful wife Melissa Botero and their children inside the couple's happy home in Turin, Italy.
Cuadrado Car - What does he drive?
The perks of playing for Serie A giants Juventus, the Colombian trickster gets to drive around Jeep's latest and greatest come the beginning of every season!
Born in Necocli, Colombia, he began his professional career with Independent Medellín in 2008, making his debut against Boyacá Chicó. A year later he moved to Italy to sign for Serie A club Udinese. The Colombian’s debut came in a 2-1 victory over Chievo, however, first-team opportunities were few and far between leading to a loan move to Serie A minnows US Lecce the following season. The Vespa waged a good season with Lecce, making 33 appearances in the league but he was unable to prevent the club from relegation. On 23 July 2012, he joined ACF Fiorentina, and waged an impressive debut season, making 36 appearances in the league to help La Viola achieve a fourth place finish. On 11 February 2014, he scored in the Coppa Italia semi-final against former club Udinese to give Fiorentina a 3-2 aggregate victory and a place in the finals. On 2 February 2015, he signed for Premier League club Chelsea; a month later, the Colombian won his first piece of silverware, featuring in The Blues 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the League Cup final. The end of season saw him collect a Premier League winner’s medal as Chelsea were crowned champions. A lack of game time at Chelsea saw him move back to Italy, signing for Juventus in the summer of 2015. He featured in over 110 games across all competitions for I Bianconeri in his first three seasons at the club, and played a vital role on the right flank, operating as both an attacker and defender to help the club secure a domestic league and cup double in each season.
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