In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Matías Vecino: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along to find out in what house the Uruguayan midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!
In October 2018 the midfielder signed a contract with Inter Milan that nets him a whopping salary of 4.6 Million Euro (3.9 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €12,602.74 (£10,684.93) per day and €525.11 (£445.2) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 10.83 years to earn the same as Mate earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
2.6 Million Euro (2.2 Million Pound)
23 Million Euro (19.8 Million Pound)
A very short career in elite European football has earned the Camel, a net worth of 2.6 Million Euros. His market value is currently at 23 Million Euros, down 2 Million Euros from a year ago.
That's our Inter player's home in Uruguay. He traveled 50 km every day from this place to get to his club at one point in time. Also seen in the pic are his mum, grand mum and his kid brother.
Vecino Car - What does he drive?
Volvo XC 90
Being the good dad that he is, he drives a Volvo XC 90 to accommodate his partner and two kids.
How much do you have to love a drink to be called that? It's one of his nicknames, and our midfielder drinks the traditional Uruguayan mate on his way to the games. You can even call it a superstition. He's very fond of his home country. He was born in Canelones, Uruguay in 1991, and began playing for a Montevideo based club called Central Español. Tragedy struck him early because he lost his father in an accident when he was only 14. Although it rattled him quite a bit, he persevered and played giving his all on the pitch. It was not long before the Italian clubs discovered him. He moved to La Viola in 2013, and spent a year and a half away on loan at Cagliari and Empoli. It was only in 2015 he became a starter for the Florence based club. He was with them for two full seasons and later switched sides to Inter Milan in 2017. As an Uruguay national with parents who had Italian roots, he was eligible to represent both Uruguay and Italy but chose to play for Uruguay to honor his father. He has represented them in the U-20 level and now plays for the senior team. The Camel, as he's sometimes called due to his long legs, is a player that gives his all on the pitch. We would like to see him play for a bigger European team one day.
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