Mikel Oyarzabal


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Wiki

Picture of the 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in) tall Spanish winger of Real Sociedad

BirthdateApril 21st, 1997
BirthplaceEibar, Spain
Length1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
TeamReal Sociedad
Positionwinger
Number10
NicknameBigfoot
TraitsIntelligent Passer

Oyarzabal Salary & Net Worth Revealed

SALARY 2020
How much does he earn?

In August 2018 the winger signed a contract with Real Sociedad that nets him a whopping salary of 2 Million Euro (1.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €5,479.46 (£4,384) per day and €228 (£183) per hour!

Per year€2,000,000£1,600,000
Per month€166,667£133,333
Per week€‭38,462£30,769
Per day€5,479.46£4,384
Per hour€228£183
Per minute€3.81£3.04
Per second€0.06£0.05

Since you've been viewing this page, Mikel Oyarzabal has earned...

Wow! This means the average man in the UK needs to work for at least 4.44 years to earn the same as Bigfoot earns in only 1 month.

Net Worth & Market Value
Net Worth5 Million Euro (4.2 Million Pound)
Market Value60 Million Euro (50.4 Million Pound)
Presently, his net worth is about 5 million Euros. His market value is supposed to be about 60 million Euros.

Oyarzabal Tattoo - Does he have one?


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Mikel  Oyarzabal tattoo, the Spanish number 10 from Eibar, Spain
He's a hairy bloke. Manscaping all that hair to have tattoos on show seems like a nightmare. That could be a reason why he doesn't have any. (Image: Instagram.com)


Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

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Mikel Oyarzabal - Single
Picture of his , who goes by the name Single.
The Real Sociedad man is flying solo. He has no known girlfriend at this point. (Image: Instagram.com)


Family - Get to know them

Sister - Cristina
Picture of Mikel  Oyarzabal Sister, called Cristina
Cristina is his older sister. She is pursuing a marketing degree at the University of the Basque Country. (Image: imgur.com)

Father - Ernesto
Picture of Mikel  Oyarzabal Father, called Ernesto
His mum, dad, and whom we think is his younger sister are in this picture. He has stayed very close to his family throughout his life. (Image: imgur.com)

Father - Ernesto
Picture of Mikel  Oyarzabal Father, called Ernesto
Seen with Dad Ernesto, we meant "close" quite literally. His family has looked after his career, and they're also his agents. He consults with them before making any major decisions in life. (Image: Instagram.com)


Oyarzabal Car - What does he drive?

Mercedes Benz A Class
Picture of his Mercedes Benz A Class   car
Yes. He drives an A Class Merc. We're not sure if it's a stock car or an AMG. (Image: imgur.com)

Mercedes Benz A Class
Picture of his Mercedes Benz A Class   car
In our opinion, the A Class is the perfect car for daily commuting. It has decent good space, and you can always rely on Mercs to deliver. You can take it out on track too if you've got the AMG version of this hot hatch. (Image: imgur.com)


House - Where does he live?

Location: Basque Country, Spain
House of the Spanish number 10, located in Basque Country, Spain
He has been in Basque Country up until now. The Anoeta in San Sebastian is his home. His real abode isn't far from the club, either. He is a true Basque talent. (Image: Instagram.com)

Bio

When we think of wingers, we think of those daring and emphatic runs to progress the ball beyond enemy lines. There's no better way to vertically progress than to dribble. Bigfoot is classified as a winger, but he's got a different mode of operation when it comes to ball progression. He's a passer. He was born in the Basque country but chose to train with Eibar as a youth player. He also spent time at Real Sociedad's academy. As a senior, he debuted for Real Sociedad's B side before being handed a spot in their first team. He's a staunch supporter of his club and has wished to remain with them, despite Athletic Bilbao's interest. He's an academic too and pursued a business degree along with his pro football career. His goal-scoring numbers have dramatically improved in the past two seasons. He's not a pacy forward and consequently plugged in the centre or as a forward player in the final third. His ball control and passing abilities are noteworthy. He's also a clean finisher but is over-reliant on his left foot. He is one of those players to carry the dubious distinction of playing for the Basque Country internationally. At other times, he plays for the Spanish national team. He has also played for them at multiple youth levels.

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