In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Łukasz Fabiański: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Polish goalkeeper lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In July 2018 the goalkeeper signed a contract with West Ham United that nets him a whopping salary of 3.98 Million Euro (3.43 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €10,874 (£9,376) per day and €453 (£391) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 9.5 years to earn the same as Pepa earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Polish goalkeeper compared to his West Ham United teammates
The Polish goalkeeper has an estimated net worth of €40 million (£35 million) having played more than a decade in the Premier League for English giants Arsenal, Welsh side Swansea City and recently West Ham United. Now at 33 years of age, having seen his best years past, the keeper still commands a market value close to €5 million (£4.3 million).
The goalkeeper being interviewed in his home during his time at Swansea City.
Location: Wales, United Kingdom
Christmas at home! The family get together during the festive period.
Fabiański Car - What does he drive?
The goalkeeper prefers another type of ride altogether.
Born in Kostrzyn nad Odrą, Poland, he was inspired to take up goalkeeping watching Gianluca Pagliuca playing for Italy in the 1994 FIFA World Cup. The aspiring goalkeeper started his youth career Polonia Słubice, however, he'd be continuously on the move during his youth playing for 5 different teams in as many years until he signed for Polish professional football club Lech Poznań in 2004. A year later having only made a solitary appearance for Lech Poznań in the National Cup he would move to Legia Warsaw in 2005. In the 2005-06 season he helped Legia Warsaw win their domestic league, the Ekstraklasa, starting all 30 games and keeping 19 clean sheets, while only conceding 17 goals. His performances led to him being awarded the "Football Oscar" for the best goalkeeper in the Ekstraklasa. His outstanding performance in goal caught the eye of English super club Arsenal who signed him for £2.1 million in May of 2007. He'd spend 7 seasons at Arsenal from 2007-14 but would never be their first choice goalkeeper, widely criticized for conceding "soft" goals and playing more than 10 games of Premier League football in only 1 of those 7 seasons. He won the FA Cup in his last season with Arsenal, the silver lining in an otherwise less than successful period. In May of 2014 the Polish goalkeeper made a move to minnows Swansea City in a bid to rejuvenate his career, citing his desire to be the first choice keeper of a Premier League team. At Swansea City he firmly established himself as their top keeper, over the following 4 seasons from 2014-2018 he'd appear in goal in 149 games out of a possible 153, keeping 39 clean sheets. During this period he'd top the list as the keeper with the most number of shots saved in the Premier League. His last season at the club would see him voted as the fan's 'Player of the Season' for his performances, but it wouldn't be enough to save the club from relegation. On June 2018 his tenure with Swansea City came to an end as he signed for West Ham United for a fee of £7 million. He has 48 International caps for Poland with 21 clean sheets to his name.
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