Maxi Gómez

Discover everything you want to know about Maxi Gómez : his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Uruguayan striker lives in and have a look at his cars!


BirthdateAugust 14th 1996
BirthplacePaysandú, Uruguay
Length1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
TeamValencia CF

Gómez Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In July 2019 the striker signed a contract with Valencia CF that nets him a whopping salary of 1.5 Million Euro (1.2 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €4,110 (£3,288) per day and €171 (£137) per hour!

Per year€1,500,000£1,304,348
Per month€125,000£108,696
Per week€28,846£25,084
Per day€4,110£3,574
Per hour€171£149
Per minute€3£2

Since you've been viewing this page, Maxi Gómez has earned...

This means the average man needs to work for at least ‭3.33 years to earn the same as Maxigol earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:2.5 Million Euro (2.1 Million Pound)
Market Value:40 Million Euro (33.6 Million Pound)
His current net worth is estimated to be about 2.5 million Euros. He's valued at 40 million Euros in today's market.

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

Maxi Gómez Wife - Noelia Luzardo

Noelia looks suave and pretty in her black outfit. She is from Uruguay too and is married to our striker.
Maxi Gómez Wife - Noelia Luzardo

We're not sure if she's more experienced than him. She does give off a very seasoned vibe.

Family - Get to know them

Father - Carlos

Picture of Maxi  Gómez  Father, called Carlos

Both mum and dad are in this picture. He looks just like his father. The parents are beaming with pride at his achievements.
Brother - Leo

Picture of Maxi  Gómez  Brother, called Leo

He has two brothers. The older one is Richard, who is also a footballer. Although Leo looks more like one. We think he's a player too.

Gómez Tattoo - Does he have one?

Maxi  Gómez  tattoo, the Uruguayan  number 22 from Paysandú, Uruguay

The only place on his body that has any ink is his left arm. He looks a bit chubby in this pic, doesn't he?
Maxi  Gómez  tattoo, the Uruguayan  number 22 from Paysandú, Uruguay

He looks in much better shape here. Considering how the majority of Uruguay practices Catholicism, we're going to take a chance and say that it's Mother Mary's picture on his upper arm.
Maxi  Gómez  tattoo, the Uruguayan  number 22 from Paysandú, Uruguay

It looks like he's got Jesus Christ tattoed on the lower part of the arm. Everyone has their way of practicing their faith, and he does it by honoring via tattoos.
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House - Where does he live?

Location: Uruguay

House of the Uruguayan  number 22, located in Uruguay

The lad looks plump in this old picture from his home in Uruguay. We hope he didn't nick any alcohol from his dad's liquor cabinet.

Gómez Car - What does he drive?

Picture of his    car

We hope he knows how to ride a horse. That requires skill. It's a cool way to get to places as well.

Picture of his Peugeot   car

That Peugeot is just a tiny reminder of where he came from. He might have better cars now, but that's no reason to forget the past.

Player Bio

Uruguayan players are a unique breed. They bring in a mix of technical prowess and aggression to the game. This striker is no different. He captured the attention of quite a few top clubs, with his performances at Celta, but Los Che were his relentless suitors, and they signed him in 2019. He's the perfect target man for a club like Valencia, and his aerial ability makes him a genuine threat in the air. He spent his formative years with his hometown clubs Litoral, Estudiantil, and Huracán, before moving to Defensor Sporting's academy. His senior debut was for the Montevideo club too. His first move outside his country was to Celta in 2015, and a couple of years later, he has moved to a bigger club after he proved himself with 30 goals in the two years he spent with the Galician side. Although he's a physically gifted player, he's not the most agile on the pitch. We don't think there's much he can do about it considering how he uses his big frame to bully defenders. He's not the quickest player either, but if he improves his passing game, it will come in handy when he links up and participates in the buildup of play. This Uruguayan striker has never played for his nation's junior teams. He has been a member of the senior squad since 2017 and played in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Geoffrey Kondogbia