In August 2018 the striker signed a contract with West Ham United that nets him a whopping salary of 5 Million Euro (4.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €13,661 (£11,769) per day and €569 (£490) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 12.0 years to earn the same as Lucasitinho earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Spanish striker compared to his West Ham United teammates
The Spanish striker has played the majority of his career in minor leagues such as Spain's Segunda Division, Ukrainian Premier League, Superleague Greece, and only a recent stint in Spanish La Liga and the English Premier League has seen his stock rise to a net worth in the vicinity of €14 million (£12 million). His market value has depreciated in recent years due to aging and recurring injuries to somewhere around €5 million (£4.3 million).
"Happy Birthday to the most important person in my life, thank you for making everything lovelier." The forward posted special words for his mother on her special day.
Uncle - Jose Luis
On a 2 day vacation with his best mate in Porto Koufo Beach.
Pérez Car - What does he drive?
Porsche Cayenne S
The striker arrives for his unveiling in style.
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, England
The Spaniard in his London apartment with his pet dog.
The young man from A Coruña, Spain, started his youth career playing for a number of local sides before moving to the Spanish capital Madrid to join Atlético Madrid's C-team at the age of 19. In two seasons he made 55 appearances and scored 18 goals in the Tercera División. In 2009 he would sign with Rayo Vallecano and would help their B-team gain promotion from the Tercera División to Segunda División B with 20 goals in 30 appearances. A Lack of first team football would force the Spanish hitman to join Ukrainian side Karpaty Lviv as a free agent in 2011 on a 3 year deal. In 2013 he signed with Superleague Greece team PAOK FC but after a short spell would return to Spain on loan with Deportivo de La Coruña. His 6 goals in 21 La Liga games and all around contribution in helping the team avoid relegation would convince the club to make the deal a permanent one. The 2015-16 season would prove to be the finest of the striker's career with 17 goals and 10 assists in 31 appearances, 11 of his goals which came in flurry of 15 games, saving the club from relegation once again. In August 2017 Premier League giants Arsenal paid in excess of £17 million to secure the services of the Spaniard, however, his stint in England would not be a successful one, a lack of faith shown by the manager and limited game time would see the striker score only once in 11 appearances, he had however more success in cup competitions with 6 goals in 10 appearances. He'd return to Deportivo on loan the following season scoring 9 goals in 37 appearances but it wouldn't be enough to steer the club away off of relegation places. In August 2018 West Ham United acquired the services of the Spanish forward for £4 million.
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