In July 2nd, 2016 the right winger signed a contract with Manchester City that nets him a whopping salary of 200,000 Euro (180 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €546 (£484) per day and €23 (£20) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 0.3 years to earn the same as Bolty earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English right winger compared to his Manchester City teammates
This youngster just started his career, and therefore his current net worth is estimated at 200,000 Euro (180,000 Pound). Not bad, but we're sure: it will only get better! Pep Guardiola seems to like him as he took him from the youth academy to the first team. He still has a lot to prove at the highest level, but talents cost money these days. His estimated Market Value is 3 Million Euro (2.6 Million Pound).
Family means everything to Luke. Take a look at this cute family picture together with his father, his mother and his brother Jamie!
Best Friends -
His friends also mean the world to him. This is Luke together with his so-called 'brothers' a.k.a. BFF's!
Sister - Kelly
Together with his brother Jamie and his sister Kelly. The picture was taken at Kelly's marriage! Looking sharp, Luke.
Bolton Car - What does he drive?
He uploaded a picture of his car to Instagram, saying he loves the new 'Satin Black Wrap' of his Audi!
House - Where does he live?
No information available about his houses.
Luke Bolton was born in Stockport, England on on the 7th of October 1999. He is known as one of the big promises of English football. In 2016 he started playing for The Citizens U18 in the U18 Premier League, and scored 3 times in 18 games and was assisting 11 goals. The next season he was selected for the under-23 side, and scored twice in had two assists in seven games. He has caught the eyes of the coaches, and also of Pep Guardiola. He started to train with the first team on occasions. He was one of the breakthrough talents who showed his amazing potential in Manchester City's pre-season tour in the United States of America. He joined the first team and was even included in the Champions League squad. During his first games for the Citizens (and not the smallest games, versus Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool) he played at a for him unfamiliar position: as a full back. He did a good job, but normally prefers to play as a right winger. Later he showed that he was grateful on Twitter: “I would like to thank my family, friends and everyone who has supported me on my journey so far. Hopefully many more to come!”. The boy from Stockport impressed in his games for Manchester City's youth teams. He made his debut for England U20 as a 17 year old, and played for them during the Toulon Tournament in 2017.
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