In February 2019 the centre back signed a contract with Crystal Palace that nets him a whopping salary of 3 Million Euro (2.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €14,872 (£13,178) per day and €620 (£549) per hour!
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The salary of the English centre back compared to his Crystal Palace teammates
The Englishman came up through Liverpool's youth system and graduated to The Reds' senior-team in 2008, and later moved to London club Crystal Palace in 2014 in search of regular first-team opportunities, his net worth sits at €12.6 million (£11.2 million). Nearing his thirties the defender has a market value of €3 million (£2.7 million).
The big central defender from England paddle-boarding out in Malibu, Playa Selinas, all balance and no tattoos.
Family - Get to know them
Son - Lux
The Englishman's son Lux all smiles and laughter as he flies about on a swing on his second birthday!
Kelly Car - What does he drive?
The big man likes to keep his options open when it comes to cars, here's his garage fitted with a Mini-cooper and a Rolls Royce.
House - Where does he live?
Location: London, England
The Englishman and his girlfriend wishing the football universe a very Merry Christmas from their London home.
Born in Whiston, Merseyside, the Englishman joined the Liverpool's youth system at the age of seven in 1997, after a decade of progression he was promoted to Melwood in 2007, breaking into The Reds' title winning reserve team during the 2007-08 season. The defender earned his first call-up to the senior-side in November 2008 when he was an unused substitute in Liverpool's UEFA Champions League group-stage match against Marseille, and a month later on 9 December 2008, would make his debut coming on as a substitute for Jamie Carragher in the same competition against PSV Eindhoven. His first competitive start for Liverpool came in a man of the match performance against Lyon in the UEFA Champions League on 20 October 2009. Initially showing a wealth of promise, being awarded Liverpool Young Player of the Year for the 2010/11 season, things never quite materialized for the young centre-back at Anfield, bad luck with injuries meant he failed to hold down a regular place in the first-team, and only had 33 Premier League appearances to show for during his six years with The Reds. On 14 August 2013, after a decade-and-a-half with The Reds of Merseyside the defender crossed over to London to join Crystal Palace on a three-year deal, in just his debut season for The Eagles, the English centre-back kept 7 clean sheets in 31 Premier League appearances to help Palace finish tenth in the table. The rest of his time at Selhurst Park was marred by recurring injuries, limiting his appearances to 101 Premier League fixtures in five seasons at the club.
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