In January 19th, 2016 the left back signed a contract with Arsenal that nets him a whopping salary of 3.5 Million Euro (3.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €9,563 (£8,499) per day and €398 (£354) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 9 years to earn the same as Super Nacho earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Spanish left back compared to his Arsenal teammates
He is currently earning 3.5 Million Euro (3.1 Million Pound) per year. And how much does he earn per hour? Well, about 400 Euro (350 euro) per hour. Not bad, Nacho! Given the fact that Nacho is already active for a couple of years, his estimated Net Worth is currently about 3.5 Million Euro (3.1 Million Pound). He isn't the youngest player anymore, but also experienced players get more expensive nowadays. His current Market Value is 13 Million Euro (11.5 Million Pound).
At this picture we see him driving his Audi S5 in the streets of London. Nice choice, Nacho!
House - Where does he live?
No information available about his houses.
The Spanish professional footballer was born in Pamplona, Spain and played for the youth academy of Osasuna. He started at Osasuna in 2005, and made his debut for the first team on October 22th 2006 against Valencia for La Liga. He played over 144 official games for Osasuna in five La Liga seasons. In 2011 he signed at Malaga, who payed a 6 million Euro fee for him. For Malaga he played 50 games. In his last season at Malaga they finished fourth and qualified for the Champions League for the first time in the club's history. It was at Malaga where the scouts of Arsenal got aware of him. He signed a long-term contract at Arsenal in 2013. He played his first game for the Gunners against Stoke City, a game which they won with 1-0. With Arsenal he won three FA Cup trophies so far. He played his first international game for Spain in 2009, and represented the Spanish team at the 2013 Confederations Cup and at 2018's World Cup in Russia. In Russia he was the second-choice left back after FC Barcelona's Jordi Alba.
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