Discover everything you want to know about Lautaro Martínez: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Argentinian striker lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2018 the striker signed a contract with Inter Milan that nets him a whopping salary of 2.7 Million Euro (2.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €7,397.3 (£6,301.4) per day and €308.2 (£262.6) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 6.38 years to earn the same as El Toro earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
500,000 Euro (432,000 Pound)
40 Million Euro (34.5 Million Pound)
Having just made the switch to Italy in 2018 his performances have seen his market value rise to 40 Million Euros. A net worth of 500,000 Euros for a 22-year-old pro footballer, is considered to be a decent sum if you take into account the fact that he has spent most of his career, up to now, in Argentina.
Did this couple furnish their house to match the pug? That egg-shaped chair looks a tad uncomfortable.
Martínez Car - What does he drive?
Our striker is seen with his Porsche at the scene of an accident. We're not sure if he hit the cyclist. He should drive a bit more carefully just to be safe.
El Toro means The Bull, and we can see why this agile finisher from Bahía Blanca is called that. Beginning his career in his native town with Club Atlético Liniers, it was not long before he caught the eye of the bosses at Racing Club. His career would have taken an entirely different path had he signed for Real Madrid after the Spanish giants reached an agreement with Racing in 2015, but the striker decided against a move to Europe and stayed in Argentina instead. The fact that he was suffering from homesickness, at that time, could have been a deciding factor in his decision. He would go on to play for them until the end of the 2018 season.
The big leap to A level European football came in the form of Inter Milan, who bought him for a fee in the region of 22.7 million Euros in 2018.
It has not been a long time in Italy, but the man from Argentina became the first Inter player to have scored a goal in the Camp Nou, since Roberto Boninsegna in 1970. As an Argentinian player, he has represented his country in the U-20 World Cup, in 2017, and holds the distinction of being the first player to have been sent off using VAR.
Since 2018, he has played with the senior side and even made it to the 2019 Copa America. Continual displays of good form with his club should see him progress as a player, and we can't wait to follow his career.
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