In 2019 the winger signed a contract with Brighton & Hove Albion that nets him a whopping salary of 3 Million Euro (2.5 Million Euro) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €8,197 (£7,375) per day and €342 (£307) per hour!
Since you've been viewing this page, Leandro Trossard has earned...
This means the average man needs to work for at least 7.5 years to earn the same as Le Tross earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Belgian winger compared to his Brighton & Hove Albion teammates
His move to the Premier League is certainly going to help him financially. He is going to earn the 'big bucks' in England. At the moment his net worth is roughly 3 Million Euro (2.5 Million Pound). His market value is about 20 Million Euro (18 Million Pound) and that is exactly what Brighton paid for him.
Playing in front of his parents' house. That is who he is, and who he will always be. He loves football and his family.
Trossard Car - What does he drive?
He loves his sturdy vehicle. He is probably going to buy a new one, now the he plays in England. Stay tuned folks.
Hello and welcome WTFoot fans. We are going to have a look at the life of this Belgian player. We have collected all the information out there, to be able to tell you a complete story about this exciting winger. He is currently playing for Brighton and Hove Albion, in the English Premier League. In the summer of 2019 he was bought by Brighton from KRC Genk in Belgium for an astonishing fee. He was one of the better players in Belgian football during the 2018-2019 season and it was no surprise that the bigger teams in Europe were becoming more and more interested in acquiring his services. Right now he is a happy lad in England and we at WTFoot believe that he has a very bright future ahead of him. He made his debut on the football pitch somewhere in 2002, when he joined the club Lanklaarse VV. After having played at several youth teams throughout the years he finally ended up in the Genk youth academie, that is also where he made his professional debut, playing for Genk in 2011. He was later on loaned out to several clubs throughout Belgium. He finally started to have a big impact on the first team of Genk in 2016, he kept improving each year and that is what eventaully led to his transfer to England.
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