Luis Muriel

In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Luis Muriel: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Colombian forward lives in and also have a look at his cars!


BirthdateApril 16th 1991
BirthplaceSanto Tomás, Colombia
Length1.79 m (5 ft 10.5 in)
TeamAtalanta B.C.
NicknameColombian Ronaldo
TraitsAgile Dribbler

Muriel Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In July 2019 the forward signed a contract with Atalanta B.C. that nets him a whopping salary of 2.3 Million Euro (2 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €6,301 (£5,479) per day and €263 (£228) per hour!

Per year€2,300,000£2,000,000
Per month€191,667£166,667
Per week€44,231£38,462
Per day€6,301£5,479
Per hour€262£228
Per minute€4£4

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This means the average man needs to work for at least 5.55 years to earn the same as Colombian Ronaldo earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:8 Million Euro (6.8 Million Pound)
Market Value:19 Million Euro (16.2 Million Pound)
Having moved to Europe 10 years ago, his net worth is not bad at 8 million Euros. Presently, he's worth about 19 million Euros in the market.

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

Luis Muriel Wife - Paula Rentería

The word elegant comes to mind when we see Paula in that dress. The couple was attending Atalanta's Christmas party.
Luis Muriel Wife - Paula Rentería

They've been married for a while now. Paula and our footballer have three daughters together. He loves spending time with his family.

Family - Get to know them

Mother - Elizabeth

Picture of Luis  Muriel Mother, called Elizabeth

He's a mummy's boy. She loves her kid to the bone as well. She regularly appears to support him on his journeys.
Mother - Elizabeth

Picture of Luis  Muriel Mother, called Elizabeth

Mum takes center stage in this pic as well as his life. We can also see his dad and siblings here.

Muriel Tattoo - Does he have one?

Luis  Muriel tattoo, the Colombian number 9 from Santo Tomás, Colombia

There's a massive cross on his back. He's a devout Christian. We're not sure what significance the name Cecilia has to him.
Luis  Muriel tattoo, the Colombian number 9 from Santo Tomás, Colombia

Maria Paula is the name of one of his daughters. He's etched that on his body. Maria is a common name shared by all three of his girls.
Luis  Muriel tattoo, the Colombian number 9 from Santo Tomás, Colombia

He also has what looks like a tribal pattern on his left shoulder that runs down his arm and a funny looking tattoo on his right shoulder. Does he love the tattoos or the pain associated with getting them?
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House - Where does he live?

Location: Bergamo, Italy

House of the Colombian number 9, located in Bergamo, Italy

We find this pic funny because no husband, even a star footballer, is spared from his duties in the household. The matching Christmas jumpers look cute on this family. The house looks top draw.

Muriel Car - What does he drive?


Picture of his Ferrari   car

We're quite impressed by his choice. The Ferrari is a thing of beauty and deserves a lot of attention. We're personally saddened by it not receiving the attention it deserves.

Picture of his Ferrari   car

This beauty needs you to give her all the attention she deserves. Being on a mobile phone whilst in her is something you should never do in a car. Especially in a Ferrari.

Player Bio

It would have been ironic when you're nicknamed the Colombian Ronaldo but didn't face any weight issues. Our forward, who is compared to the Brazilian legend had his fair share of trouble with the scales, but he has put everything behind him and is now on target to achieving success with Serie A side Atalanta. He is one of those South American players that headed to Europe early in their career. Having moved to Italy from Deportivo Cali, his premier European club Udinese were left a bit disappointed, or should we say got impatient with his development, which is why his five-year stay with the club saw him make multiple loan moves. He spent time away, the first two years of his European stint to be precise, with the newly promoted Granada in Spain's La Liga for a year. He spent the next year with Lecce before returning to Udinese for the 2012-13 campaign. He'd spend another season with the Udine based club before being loaned out to Sampdoria in 2015. He spent a couple of seasons with them and then transferred to Sevilla, which also saw him complete a quick loan spell with Fiorentina in 2019. He has finally settled in the Bergamo based club at the end of the 2019 season. We can only hope that he finds his feet there. As a victim of having had a nomadic journey very early in his career, our striker hasn't been able to develop into the true talent that he could have been. Nonetheless, we wish this Colombian international gets to show the world what he's truly capable of.

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