In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Manuel Neuer: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the German goalkeeper lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In April 2016 the goalkeeper signed a contract with Bayern Munich that nets him a whopping salary of 15 Million Euro (13 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €74,360 (£64,632) per day and €3,098 (£2,693) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 36.2 years to earn the same as Manu earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
125 Million Euro (109 Million Pound)
18 Million Euro (15.6 Million Pound)
The Bayern Munich and Germany goalkeeper has been one of the best player in his position for the last decade. His 10 year spell with FC Hollywood has seen his net worth hit an estimated €125 million (£109 million). The 33-year old is almost nearing the end of his career but still holds a market value of €18 million (£15.6 million).
The Bayern Munich goalkeeper celebrating his 30th birthday at home in Munich. He's been playing for FC Hollywood ever since his move from boyhood club Schalke in 2011.
Neuer Car - What does he drive?
The mammoth German goalie likes his automobile to look classy but modern, and prefers the smoothest of drives with plenty of space to maneuver. An Audi sedan is his ride of choice!
Born in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, he is product of boyhood club FC Schalke 04’s youth system. He made his Bundesliga debut for the first-team on 19 August 2006; a 20-year old Manu came on as a substitute for injured goalie Frank Rost, to aid Schalke achieve 1-0 win over TSV 1860 Munich. It wasn’t long before he established himself as Die Knappen’s first-choice keeper, and was instrumental in Schalke’s 2010/11 DFB-Pokal success, producing a stellar performance to keep Bayern Munich at bay in the semi-final; and producing another clean-sheet in final as Schalke triumphed 5-0 over MSV Duisburg to claim the trophy. He departed Die Königsblauen, a certified club legend, keeping 80 clean sheets over 200 appearances. On 1 June 2011, he joined German giants Bayern Munich on a free transfer. During his first season at the club, he set alarmingly high standards, breaking the club record for most competitive clean sheets in a row, going 1000 minutes without conceding a goal. He was voted ‘Footballer of the Year’ in Germany in 2011 but the club finished the season trophy-less, finishing runner-up to Dortmund in the Bundesliga and Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League. The following season would see Bayern complete a historic treble, winning the German Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and UEFA Champions League. In 2014, he was once again awarded ‘German Football of the Year’ as Germany went on to win the FIFA World Cup in Brazil with Manu between the sticks. He won the World Cup Golden Glove and was selected in the All-Star Team of the Tournament. He has amassed over 150 clean sheets for Bayern Munich in more than 300 appearances.
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