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Discover everything you want to know about Arrizabalaga Kepa: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Spanish goalkeeper lives in and have a look at his cars!
In 2018 the goalkeeper signed a contract with Chelsea that nets him a whopping salary of 10.8 Million Euro (9.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €29,508 (£25,430) per day and €1,230 (£1,060) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 25.9 years to earn the same as Keppler earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Spanish goalkeeper compared to his Chelsea teammates
Kepa is one of the most talented young keepers in the world and that is why Chelsea choose to reward him heavily for his services. As a result his net worth is rising exponentially. He is currently worth about 22 Million Euro (18 Million Pound). His market value is remarkable. He is the most expensive goalkeeper in the world and we think that he is only going to be more expensive if someone would want to buy him right now. His current market value is roughly 92 Million Euro (80 Million Pound).
This is how Kepa looked like when he was a kid and still 'free as a bird'. There is nothing known about his father or mother. He does not have any siblings.
Kepa Car - What does he drive?
At this picture we see him leaving the training ground of Chelsea, the weekend after the match versus Manchester City where he refused being substituted. He - and later manager Sarri as well - said that it was just a 'misunderstanding'.
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, United Kingdom
What does one of the most expensive goalkeepers in football history likes to do in his spare time? Well, just like me and probably you. He likes to watch Netflix at his home, as we can see on this picture.
Hi WTFoot readers welcome to the Wiki of Kepa – the Spanish goalkeeper of Chelsea. He was born in Ondarroa, a small city in the Basque Autonomous community. And what is the dream of every talented boy born in this region? Right, to play for Athletic de Bilbao. And so he did! He joined the youth academy in 2004, at the age of 10. He started to play for Bilbao Athletic, officialy named Athletic Club “B”, in 2012. He made his debut in the Tercera División in January of the very same year. After plenty of good games in which he totally showed his potential he went on loan to SD Ponferradina in January 2015. This way he could get used to a higher level since this club played in the Segunda Devision (Spain’s second division). In the Summer of 2015, he went on loan to Real Valladolid, a team from Primera Division. That very season he only missed three matches and won many points for the club, one of the reasons that they avoided regulation that year. It was clear that he was ready for the big work and he moved back to Athletic Bilbao. He joined the first team, first as the third keeper, but this didn’t last long. He impressed everybody and was even linked to Real Madrid in his first year. Despite this rumors he signed a new and improved contract in Bilbao un till 2025. In the summer of 2018 the Basque club announced that Kepa paid his required release clause (80 Million Euro, 71.6 Million Pound). His move to Chelsea FC made him the most expensive goalkeeper ever. He signed a seven year contract. How is he doing? Well, at Stamford Bridge nobody about Courtois anymore. Nuff said!
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