In July 2017 the midfielder signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund that nets him a whopping salary of 4.9 Million Euro (4.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €13,425 (£11,233) per day and €559 (£468) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 11.38 years to earn the same as Ilusionista earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
8 Million Euro (6.7 Million Pound)
18 Million Euro (15 Million Pound)
He's played in the Bundesliga and for some top clubs which has his net worth at about 8 million Euros. His current market value is 18 million Euros but is expected to rise as demand for his services grow.
Now we know he likes balls of all sizes. The boy is staring at the ping pong ball like it were a delicious treat. He should do just fine with the "old ball and chain," but immediately, he's all by himself.
Mahmoud Dahoud - Single
That's one fit looking Santa. He's into smoothies and the healthy life in general. We're sure there is plenty of takers.
He's an enigma. The choice of decor in his house is stunning. His selection of footwear, for his suit, is highly questionable. We hope he came to his senses after he had his caffeine fix.
Dahoud Car - What does he drive?
That's a cracking car. It's a vintage Mercedes Benz. We're not entirely sure if he owns it, but if he does, we'll let him off the hook for some of his choices. You know what we're talking about!
He likes the Benz big time. This could be his daily ride, and it's an AMG as well.
At twenty-three, this footballer becomes the first-ever to play for the German team's youth sides after being born in Syria. His family moved to Germany when he was an infant, and his story is one of dedication and a lot of sacrifice, especially from his family. He has been on the radar of many big teams in Europe, but for now he's staying put in Germany with Borussia Dortmund. He began his career at SC Germania Reusrath and was talented enough to earn a place at Bundesliga club Fortuna Düsseldorf's academy. He'd later go on to spend his early years with Borussia Mönchengladbach, eventually debuting for their senior side.
It's not just a coincidence that he's with Dortmund now. Their current head coach Lucien Favre oversaw his development in Mönchengladbach and gave his first-team debut in 2014. He has been with The BVB since 2017. This midfielder is a machine on the field. He keeps moving and covers an average of 13kms a game. He does it both on and off the ball, has an excellent defensive work rate, and distributes the ball purposefully. He doesn't shy from going into tackles either and has all the makings of a complete midfielder. Choosing to represent Germany, he has played for them in the Under-17, 18, and 21 levels. His highest honors came when he won the UEFA European Under-21 Championship in 2017 with his team. We're sure he'll strive to achieve good things with Germany's senior side too.
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