Discover everything you want to know about Kalidou Koulibaly: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Senegalese centre back lives in and have a look at his cars!
In September 2018 the centre back signed a contract with S.S.C. Napoli that nets him a whopping salary of 11.1 Million Euro (9.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €30,411 (£26,027) per day and €1,267 (£1,084) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 26.38 years to earn the same as K2 earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
40 Million Euro (34 Million Pound)
75 Million Euro (63.8 Million Pound)
Playing in a league that rewards defenders handsomely, his net worth is estimated to be around 40 million Euros. His current market value is about 75 million Euros.
He's made Napoli his home and considers himself to be a Neapolitan now. He's really fond of the city.
Location: Gorée, Dakar, Senegal
That's him kicking the ball around in Senegal. His footballing story truly began during one of his visits to the country as a child. He kicked the ball about as a kid, barefoot, in Senegal, and that's what changed his perspective of the game and life for him.
Koulibaly Car - What does he drive?
He's such a modest person. He drives but doesn't flaunt his rides anywhere. We've been thorough with our search.
Here's who you call a complete defender. He's only 1.86 m in height but makes up for those few inches with his athletic abilities. He's a strong header of the ball, an exceptional tackler, gets into good positions, and has a good passing game. We have Rafa Benitez to thank for bringing him to the Serie A from the humble Belgian First Division. He was plying his trade with Genk at the time, having moved to the Belgian side from the French side Metz. Born in Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, France, to parents of Senegalese origin, he was raised in a melting pot of cultures and races. Football fas the common unifying factor for these lads, and he took a great liking to the game. He decided very early that he was going to pursue the game to the fullest, and joined his local team Saint-Dié's academy. His youth was split between Saint-Dié and Metz. Metz is a professional club, and he'd debut with them as a senior too. It was a bittersweet moment for him, because they let him go as a teenager, because he wasn't as good as they wanted him to be. Everything turned out to be fine, and he is now a regular under Carlo Ancelotti with Napoli. A victim of racist chants, our defender is a strong character and doesn't let anything get to his head. He plays for Senegal's national team, but has also represented France in the Under-20 level.
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