In August 2020 the right back signed a contract with Liverpool that nets him a whopping salary of 500 Thousand Euro (458 Thousand Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €2,479 (£2,275) per day and €103 (£95) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 1.3 years to earn the same as earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Welsh right back compared to his Liverpool teammates
The Welsh defender signed his first professional contract with Liverpool that will see him stay at Anfield for the the foreseeable future, it also takes his estimated net worth to 2 Million Euro (1.8 Million Pound). Still to feature regularly for the first-team, the full-back has a humble market value of 4 Million Euro (3.5 Million Pound).
The Welsh defender only had eyes for the Premier League trophy last season! Now that he has helped Liverpool end their 30 year wait for the domestic championship, we're sure there's a lovely girl somewhere in Merseyside waiting for him.
In the summer of 2020 the Welshman put pent to paper which will see him spend the foreseeable future in Liverpool. Trent Alexander Arnold and Robertson beware, there is a new kid on the block and he is vying for your spots!
Williams Car - What does he drive?
Zoom! When you have such incredible speed at the disposal of your feet it makes little sense to have to rely on wheels to get around!
Born in Wrexham, Wales on April 13th 2001, he moved to England to join Liverpool Football Club’s youth academy at the age of six. From there the Welshman continuously progressed through the ranks, representing The Reds at under-18, under-19, and under-23 levels, as well as in the UEFA Youth League. His hard work and persistence paid off when on 30 October 2019, head coach Jurgen Klopp handed the youngster his debut for the first team. The teenager started in an EFL Cup tie against Arsenal which would boil over to 10 goal slobber knocker split 5-each, the Welshman even providing the assist for a last minute equalizer in normal time before Liverpool would progress after winning 5-4 on penalties. In June 24 2020, with the championship all but secured, he was give his Premier League debut as Liverpool romped Crystal Palace 4-0. The Welsh defender would end the 2019/20 campaign with winners medal for the FIFA Club World Cup and the elusive Premier League title. On the international stage he was called up to represent Wales in the summer of 2020; he made his debut in a 1-0 win over Finland in a UEFA Nations League fixture. Shortly thereafter he opened his account for his country with a goal against Bulgaria in the same competition.
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