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|Birthdate||May 28th, 1990|
|Birthplace||Sheffield, United Kingdom|
|Length||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
Kyle Andrew Walker is an English player who currently plays for Manchester City. He is playing as right back and he is known for his attacking rushes up the field. That is obviously why the Blue Team from Manchester contracted him in 2017. He has been having a significant impact on the team, helping them win the Premier League title in the 2017-2018 season, whilst breaking numerous records (including most poinst ever in a single season). Hiring the Englishman did of ofcourse cost the Citizens a lot of money. When the move from Tottenham Hotspur was made Man. City had to pay an astonishing fee of 50 Million Pound (56 Million Euro). The wing back was born in Sheffield, England. He is the son of an English mother and a Jamaican father. He is a regular in the English national team, The Three Lions. With that squad he played at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. That tournament was a big succes for England as they reached the semi-finals, in which they were eliminated by Croatia. For the right back this was a great feeling as he missed the EURO 2016 in France because of terrible toe-injury that he got while playing for Tottenham Hotspur.
Walker Salary & Net Worth Revealed
SALARY 2020How much does he earn?
In July 14th, 2017 the Right back signed a contract with Manchester City that nets him a whopping salary of 7 Million Euro (6,1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €21,858 (£19,110) per day and €911 (£796) per hour!
|Per month||€666,667||£582,863||Per week||€162,602||£142,162||Per day||€21,858||£19,110||Per hour||€911||£796||Per minute||€15.18||£13.27||Per second||€0.25||£0.22|
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