Discover everything you want to know about Marco Stiepermann: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the German attacking midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!
In May 2019 the attacking midfielder signed a contract with Norwich City that nets him a whopping salary of 1 Million Euro (890,000 Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €4,957 (£4,425) per day and €207 (£184) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 2.5 years to earn the same as Stiepi earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the German attacking midfielder compared to his Norwich City teammates
The German midfielder has had a nomadic playing career, featuring for a number of clubs in his native land, including Borussia Dortmund, Energie Cottbus and VfL Bochum. In 2017 he moved to England to join Norwich City. The 28-year old has conjured up a net worth of €7.5 million (£6.7 million); and has a market value in the region of €4 million (£3.6 million).
Emotions running riot after a derby win for SpVgg Greuther Fürth! The midfielder is caught celebrating with his teammates in a raucous dressing room, and from what we can make out, he does not have any tattoos on his skin.
A day spent at home celebrating Lennard's birthday! The family have settled very well in England; Norwich City FC have given the German a new lease of life when it comes to his professional career.
Stiepermann Car - What does he drive?
The German's best friend is his dog Louise; and this translates to a lot of walking for the whole family. The only one who gets to ride on a pair of wheels is baby Lennard!
Born in Dortmund, Germany, he joined the youth academy of hometown club Borussia Dortmund as 7-year old in 1998, and graduated in 2010. As a youngster he featured briefly for Dortmund’s B-side; and made his debut for Der BVB on 13 December 2009 against Bundesliga opposition VfL Wolfsburg. Unable to break into BVB’s first-team, he was sent out on a season-long to Bundesliga 2 outfit Alemannia Aachen to aid his prospects as a professional footballer in 2011. Upon his return in 2012 he was sold to Bundesliga 2 side Energie Cottbus. The midfielder finally found stability and success on the field; he featured in 59 games, finding the back of the net 7 times and assisted a further 19. After Energie Cottbus’ relegation from Bundeliga 2 in 2014, he decided to join SpVgg Greuther Fürth. After 9 goals and 6 assists in 69 appearances over the course of a couple of seasons, he was on the move again, this time joining fellow Bundesliga 2 club VfL Bochum on 16 June 2016. A year later he was off again, this time however, it’d be to foreign lands; on 6 August 2017 the German joined EFL Championship outfit Norwich City. Over the length of two seasons for The Canaries, the midfielder played in 81 games, scoring and assisting 22 goals. He was an important player as Norwich City topped the 2018/19 EFL Championship to earn promotion to the Premier League for the following season.
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