Munir El Haddadi

Discover everything you want to know about Munir El Haddadi: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Spanish forward lives in and have a look at his cars!


BirthdateSeptember 1st 1995
BirthplaceEl Escorial, Spain
Length1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
TeamSevilla FC
NicknameEl Mejor
TraitsPacy Dribbler

El Haddadi Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In January 2019 the forward signed a contract with Sevilla FC that nets him a whopping salary of 5.2 Million Euro (4.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €14,247 (£11,781) per day and €594 (£491) per hour!

Per year€5,200,000£4,300,000
Per month€‭433,333£‭358,333
Per week€‭100,000‬£‭82,692
Per day€14,247£11,781
Per hour€594£491
Per minute€9.89£8.18
Per second€0.16£0.14

Since you've been viewing this page, Munir El Haddadi has earned...

This means the average man needs to work for at least ‭11.94 years to earn the same as El Mejor earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:8 Million Euro (7.2 Million Pound)
Market Value:11 Million Euro (9.8 Million Pound)
His time at FC Barcelona has netted him an estimated 8 million Euros to date. He's currently worth about 11 million Euros in the transfer market.

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

Munir El Haddadi Girlfriend - Raquel Boscá

Those were the good old days, weren't they? The BC period. You can be near your girlfriend and even exchange some DNA through saliva. BC is before corona in case you were wondering. We wish for those times.
Munir El Haddadi Girlfriend - Raquel Boscá

Raquel might be a model, and he might be a top footballer, but they're just like any other couple out there. These two are wondering when they'd get some away time from each other. Yes, another coronavirus reference. We can't help it.

El Haddadi Tattoo - Does he have one?

Munir  El Haddadi tattoo, the Spanish  number 11 from El Escorial, Spain

He's a member of the no tattoo club, and he's proud of it as well.
Munir  El Haddadi tattoo, the Spanish  number 11 from El Escorial, Spain

Raquel loves him for his plain look. He's not going to alter that in any way.

Family - Get to know them

Mother - Zaida

Picture of Munir  El Haddadi Mother, called Zaida

His mum Zaida used to work in a kitchen. She now stays at home and looks after his siblings and gets to enjoy him perform on the pitch.
Father - Mohamed

Picture of Munir  El Haddadi Father, called Mohamed

Dad likes to be called Jaime and has been a chef for a long time. He is a specialist in Basque cuisine and used to work for the famous Basque chef Iñaki Ongay.

El Haddadi Car - What does he drive?

Lamborghini Urus

Picture of his Lamborghini Urus   car

He's one of those people that drives a Urus. Maybe the idea of taking more than one passenger in a Lambo appeals to him. His family is a big one, after all.

House - Where does he live?

Location: Seville, Spain

House of the Spanish  number 11, located in Seville, Spain

He's keeping himself fit by working out at home. The thatched roof in his home gym gives it a unique look and feel. We haven't seen anything like this before.
Location: Seville, Spain

House of the Spanish  number 11, located in Seville, Spain

It looks like its just the cardio section that's under the roof. He's also got a pool and a grass area for some ball workouts. This should keep him in relatively good shape.

Player Bio

Ironically, this self-declared Real Madrid fan never got around to playing for his dream club. Not even as a youngster. In fact, he came through the setup of their arch-rivals after he was turned down by both the Madrid based clubs in his youth. He was born in El Escorial, and his formative years were spent with multiple academies that were based out of the nation's capital. It included CD Galapagar, DAV Santa Ana, and CF Rayo Majadahonda. His impressive performances with the Majariegos failed to attract the interest of the club he wanted the most, but it did manage him to get a spot in La Masia. He stayed true to his bigger passion, and worked tirelessly to make it through to Barça's first team. His progression was gradual, and he got to be with the Catalan side all the way from 2011 till the end of the 2018 season. Although he had spent seven years with them, it wasn't meant to be. After making a handful of appearances, he decided to call it quits and moved to Valencia for a season-long loan in 2016. The next season was spent with Alaves, followed by a brief stint at Barça. His time in Catalunya ended when Sevilla bought him in Jan 2019. He's looking to establish himself with the Seville based team now. He did not think through about his national team of choice before being cap tied with Spain. He has also played for Spain, in the U19, and U21 levels.

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