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Discover everything you want to know about Marko Arnautovic: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Austrian centre forward lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2019 the centre forward signed a contract with Shanghai SIPG that nets him a whopping salary of 6 Million Euros (5.11 Million Pounds) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €16,393 (£14,062) per day and €683 (£586) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 14.2 years to earn the same as Arnie earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
48 Million Euro (40.9 Million Pound)
35 Million Euro (29.8 Million Pound)
A seasoned veteran, applying his trade in the English Premier League for more than half a decade has seen Marko Arnautovic conjure up a net worth of about €48 million, recent interest from China has also seen his market value rise to an estimated €35 million.
The name of his first born daughter, Emilia, is tattooed across his chest.
Tattoo of his daughter's face on his right thigh.
Family - Get to know them
Father - Tomislav
Tomislav Arnautovic embraces his son during a match.
Brother - Danijel
Marko and his brother Danijel, who also serves as his agent.
Daughter - Emilia
Marko Arnautovic with wife Sarah and daughter Emilia in June 2015.
Arnautovic Car - What does he drive?
Wrapped in vampire red (just like his temper) AMG GT helps him stand out from the crowd.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Bremen, Germany
Home in Uberneuland quarter of Bremen, Germany.
Born in Vienna to a Serbian father and Austrian mother, the fiery forward began his career playing for local side Floridsdorfer AC in 1995. During his youth, behavioural issues - which would plague him through out his career - saw him switch as many as 6 clubs in a span of 12 years. He signed his first professional contract for Dutch side FC Twente in 2006, and made his professional debut against PSV Eindhoven in April 2007. His breakthrough came in the 2008-09 season, where 41 appearances saw him net 14 goals helping FC Twente finish second in the Dutch Eredivisie and reach the knockout stages of the UEFA Cup. After an unsuccessful loan spell in Italian football with Internazionale, in June 2010 the Austrian signed for Werder Bremen of Germany in a 4 year deal. In the 84 appearances that followed, he bagged 16 goals and 13 assists, including a hat-trick away at Hoffenheim. The summer of 2013 saw him join English Premier League outfits Stoke City. During his time with the Potters he made 145 appearances, registering 26 goals and 32 assists. 12 of his 26 goals came in the 2015-16 campaign, which saw him finish as the clubs top scorer with match winning goals against defending champions Chelsea, Manchester City, and a stoppage time penalty against Everton which he won and converted to give Stoke City the win at Goodison Park. Towards the end of his tenure with the Potters, the Austrian forward was vocally criticized by the home fans for submitting a transfer request to the club expressing his intentions to leave. A club record fee of £20 million saw the Viennese born frontman sign for fellow Premier League club West Ham United in the summer of 2017. Playing under manager David Moyes who has shifted him from a wide player in to a more central role has helped Austrian forward attain the best goal to game ratio of his career. In the summer of 2019 he choose to move to China to join Shanghai SIPG. We wish Marko all the best in China.
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