In July 2018 the Right Back signed a contract with Bayer Leverkusen that nets him a whopping salary of 1.5 Million Euro (1.4 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €7,436 (£6,915) per day and €310 (£288) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 3.9 years to earn the same as Die Alte Dame earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
2.4 Million Euro (2.1 Million Pound)
14 Million Euro (13 Million Pound)
Despite being quite young in his playing career, Weiser has a net worth of €2.4 million, thanks to his deals outside football. Due to the presence of German football colossus Joshua Kimmich, the defender's time with the national team has been limited and hence, he's worth a modest €14 million entering the peak of his career.
Weiser currently resides with his partner and kid in the city of Dusseldorf.
Weiser Car - What does he drive?
Seems like the full back enjoys walking in the city rather than use a private mode of transport.
The son of former German footballer Patrick Weiser, young Mitchell had a memorable childhood as he spent most of his early days travelling around the country cheering for his dad. Weiser started his career in the youth department of FC Köln for the 2005–06 season. He spent a further five years in their youth setup before being drafted into the senior pool. He made his debut in the Bundesliga on 25 February 2012 in a game against current club Bayer Leverkusen as the youngest player for the club. Funnily, this was the only appearance he made for the club before securing a move to German giants FC Bayern Munich. Weiser spent three seasons with Bayern before transferring to the capital with Hertha Berlin. This was where he made a name for himself as one of the most promising full-backs in the country. A constant threat down the right flank, Weiser is both a goal threat and a defensive force to be reckoned with. His overlapping skills are second to none and a liking for crosses makes him a deadly attacking threat. After a fruitful 36 months, Leverkusen snapped him up and the German International has been a permanent fixture ever since.
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