In July 2017 the centre back signed a contract with Everton that nets him a whopping salary of 3.6 Million Euro (3.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €9,836 (£8,504) per day and €410 (£354) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 8.6 years to earn the same as Mike earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English centre back compared to his Everton teammates
The Manchester United graduate played for a host of clubs on loan before moving to Burnley on a permanent basis in 2014, after 4 years with The Clarets he signed for Everton FC in July 2017, the defender has conjured up a net worth of €21.9 million (£19 million). At 26 years of age and many good years ahead of him his market value is €26.5 million (£22.5 million).
The Englishman during training with his national team, green pitches, round ball, but no tattoos.
Family - Get to know them
Brother - Tommy
The defender with his older brother in Turf Moor.
Brother - Andy
Andy is the youngest of his siblings, here he is on a boat riding the blue waves.
Keane Car - What does he drive?
The Englishman riding a Dune-buggy in the deserts of Dubai.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Liverpool, England
The English defender has gone through quite a relocation from Manchester to rival town Liverpool, at least he's with the blue side.
Born in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England, he started his footballing prospects with Manchester United at 11 years of age and became an academy scholar in 2009 at the age of 16. He signed his first professional contract with the club in January 2011, making his debut in the League Cup against Aldershot Town as a substitute in October. To gain experience he joined EFL Championship side Leicester City on loan for the 2012/13 season, during which he made 27 appearances for The Foxes and scored 3 goals; the following season would also be spent on loan to two different Championship sides: Derby County and Blackburn Rovers, the defender made 21 appearances between the pair and scored 3 goals. On September 2014 the Englishman made another loan move, this time to Premier League club Burnley, the switch would become permanent come January with the defender signing a three-year-contract with The Clarets. His first season would end in disappointment as Burnley would be relegated to the EFL Championship. The 2015/16 saw the centre-back cement his place in the first team, featuring in 44 of 46 Championship fixtures, as Burnley kept 20 clean sheets to seal promotion to the Premier League by winning the EFL Championship with 93 points. In the 2016/17 Premier League season the defender made 35 appearances for Burnley, helping the club avoid relegation in part due their solid defence, finishing 16th in the table with 10 clean sheets. His performances attracted the attention of the top clubs and Everton signed him to a five-year-deal for a fee of £30 million. His first season at Goodison Park was a successful one as Everton finished 8th in the table with 10 clean sheets.
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