In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Nabil Fekir: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the French midfielder lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In July 2019 the midfielder signed a contract with Real Betis that nets him a whopping salary of 14.6 Million Euro (12.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €40,000 (£33,699) per day and €1,667 (£1,404) per hour!
Since you've been viewing this page, Nabil Fekir has earned...
This means the average man needs to work for at least 34.16 years to earn the same as Nabilon earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
20 Million Euro (16.8 Million Pound)
60 Million Euro (50.3 Million Pound)
This World Cup winner has made a lot of money in his career, and his net worth is estimated to be about 20 million Euros. He's valued at about 60 million Euros in the market today.
As documented in this picture, he lives inside giant balls. That's a fun way to live.
When normalcy returns, he tends to go and live in regular buildings. Just like how a normal person would.
Fekir Car - What does he drive?
We have as much difficulty understanding him, as we have understanding the Segway that he's using. It's one of those bizarre inventions.
His fondness for a Hyundai is well known. He's driving an i30, from the Korean brand, here. It's a small family car with a front engine and a Front Wheel Drive.
The former captain of the Olympique Lyonnais team now plays with the relatively humble Seville based Real Betis. We aren't taking anything away from Betis, and we certainly haven't given much credit to the monopolistic Ligue I, but we always thought that this midfielder would move to a club that challenged for titles when he decided to transfer from his hometown club. He has a love affair with Lyon, for he was born there. He spent his youth career there, almost half of it, and the rest with numerous other clubs. He has always wanted to prove his abilities to Lyon, and that's understandable to an extent. However, would his game have developed better had he moved to a different league sooner is a question that we'd be asking ourselves. We will never be able to answer that, but it is worth pondering. He's a player that is capable of scoring and assisting, but all of his exploits have been in the French League. His performances did pique LFC's interest, but they pulled the plug on the transfer at the last minute. One choice of his that has now made sense is his decision to play with the French national side in the world stage. It did earn him a World Cup medal in 2018, so maybe his choices ultimately work out.
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