In March 2018 the forward signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund that nets him a whopping salary of 11 Million Euro (9.4 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €30,136.9 (£25,753.42) per day and €1,255.7 (£1,073.06) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 26.1 years to earn the same as Rolls Reus earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
35 Million Euro (30 Million Pound)
50 Million Euro (43 Million Pound)
He's 30 now, which has seen his market value stay put at 50 Million Euros. With over a decade of playing football, his net worth is estimated to be around 35 Million Euros.
This German national has a few tattoos on his left arm. We can't quite understand the obsession that football players have with the lion. He's got one on his left shoulder. No points for originality for him.
This is their home in Dortmund. We never imagined him to be a Chihuahua dad. Scarlett's protecting her belly with her arm. A slight bump's also visible. The couple are parents now.
Reus Car - What does he drive?
Aston Martin Vanquish
He's quite the car freak and has a decent collection. This is his Aston Martin Vanquish-Carbon Edition.
Our Dortmund forward was a bad boy who has turned a new leaf. Named after the Dutch legend Marco Van Basten, he's a petrolhead with a liking for cars. His off the pitch antics have steered him off the right path and even led him to being a convicted felon, but he's put all that behind him and is focused on his football. His professional career has been plagued by injuries which has seen his stock take a hit, but it has never stopped him from being the hardworking and versatile player that he has always been. He comes back stronger each time he has been down and can play in multiple positions on the frontline. Starting with his hometown club Post SV Dortmund, he'd transfer to Borussia Dortmund before moving on to Rot Weiss Ahlen. As a pro, he began with Rot Weiss Ahlen before moving on to Borussia Mönchengladbach and finally to Borussia Dortmund. He completed the transfer in 2012 and has been with them since. He's now the club's captain. As a German national who has been playing for the team since 2011, he has not made as many appearances as he would have liked, with injuries deterring his progression. He's still only 30 and might have at least 4 more years of top-flight football left in his tank, if he manages to stay fit.
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