Mario Götze


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Wiki

Picture of the 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) tall German centre forward of Borussia Dortmund

BirthdateJune 3rd 1992
BirthplaceMemmingen, Germany
Length1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)
TeamBorussia Dortmund
Positioncentre forward
Number10
NicknameSunny
TraitsPlaymaker

Götze Salary & Net Worth Revealed

SALARY 2020
How much does he earn?

In July 2016 the centre forward signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund that nets him a whopping salary of 10 Million Euro (8.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €27,397.26 (£23,561.64) per day and €1,141.55 (£981.74) per hour!

Per year€10,000,000£8,600,000
Per month€833,333.3£716,666.6
Per week€192,307.6£165,384.6
Per day€27,397.26£23,561.64
Per hour€1,141.55£981.74
Per minute€19.03£16.36
Per second€0.32£0.27

Since you've been viewing this page, Mario Götze has earned...

Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 23.8 years to earn the same as Sunny earns in only 1 month.

Net Worth & Market Value
Net Worth50 Million Euro (43 Million Pound)
Market Value22 Million Euro (19 Million Pound)
This centre forward has been the recipient of some lucrative paychecks. His net worth is estimated to be at 50 Million Euros. His market value, due to some undesirable happenings, is at a mere 22 Million Euros.

Götze Tattoo - Does he have one?


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Mario  Götze tattoo, the German number 10 from Memmingen, Germany
He doesn't fancy any tattoos. He expresses through his smile. (Image: Instagram.com)


Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

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Mario Götze Wife - Ann-Kathrin
Picture of his Wife, who goes by the name Ann-Kathrin.
Now you know why he's called Sunny. She can't get enough of him. (Image: Instagram.com)

Mario Götze Wife - Ann-Kathrin
Picture of his Wife, who goes by the name Ann-Kathrin.
The best thing to have happened to him, so far, is his wife. We hope he treasures her. The pic was taken just before their wedding dinner. (Image: Instagram.com)


Family - Get to know them

Brother - Felix
Picture of Mario  Götze Brother, called Felix
The older one is Sunny. He's trying to prank his brother here. They must have had a ball. (Image: Instagram.com)

Brother - Felix
Picture of Mario  Götze Brother, called Felix
The youngster is all grown up now and plays for FC Augsburg. The blonde hair is unmistakable. (Image: Instagram.com)


Götze Car - What does he drive?

Vespa
Picture of his Vespa   car
We're glad he's practicing safe riding by wearing his helmet. This harmless scooter doesn't call for any other gear. (Image: Instagram.com)

Audi
Picture of his Audi   car
He drives an Audi. Don't be posing for pictures whilst driving, mate. (Image: Instagram.com)


House - Where does he live?

Location: Dortmund, Germany
House of the German number 10, located in Dortmund, Germany
We think Muhammad Ali's life helped him with his turmoil. He has come back stronger now. The black and white collage looks classy in his home in Dortmund. (Image: Instagram.com)

Bio

We no longer see the warm smile that once greeted the world, ever so lovingly, on his face. Everything changed after he scored that ominous goal to win the World Cup for Germany in 2014. Discovered by Jürgen Klopp in 2009, this playmaker became an elemental part of the Dortmund side that made headlines during the beginning of this decade. This Memmingen born playmaker's career has been on a negative spiral ever since he ditched BVB for the Reds. The burden of the World Cup winning goal combined with a mysterious illness saw him hit rock bottom. The condition only worsened on return to Dortmund in 2016, but he's beginning to get better healthwise, and this reflects in his game too. The man who was once considered to be the German Messi, started kicking the ball when he was only three, and joined Dortmund's academy as an eight-year-old. He's only 27 but has played the game for 24 years. Yet to hit the peak of his career, one wonders if he'll ever achieve what he could have. He's an impact player who can change games on his own. However, Dortmund do not think the same. His future, once again, could be away from them, and we hope he doesn't get as unlucky as he did when he moved the first time.

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