In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Nico Schulz: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along to find out in what house the German left back lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2019 the left back signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund that nets him a whopping salary of 1.3 Million Euro (1.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €3,561.64 (£3,013.70) per day and €148.40 (£125.57) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 3.05 years to earn the same as Der Berliner earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
3.5 Million Euro (3 Million Pound)
25 Million Euro (21.4 Million Pound)
The Berliner has had his love for the city tie him down to it, which meant less lucrative contracts. His net worth is estimated to be around 3.5 Million Euros, and his current market value is 25 Million Euros.
The one on the far left is his younger brother Gian Luca. There's a reason their names sound Italian. Their father is, and the boys are proud of their roots. They love Germany though, and have pledged their allegiance to Die Mannschaft.
The Berliner can be seen recuperating from an injury at his home in Berlin. He was accompanied by a couple of Leo's here.
Schulz Car - What does he drive?
Daddy probably drives a minivan like the one in this picture. It'll fit the kids, the dog, and with plenty of boot space, anything that the children would want to have with them, could be had.
A left-back that can attack or a left-winger that can defend- he can be either of those two. A defender that can run at lightning speed is exactly someone that Dortmund requires, especially on that left flank, and that is whom they got.
Born in Berlin, to an Italian father and a German mother, this temperamental player is only 26 and received his first call-up to the German national team just last year. The injuries that he has had in his career so far could have been a reason for that, but he's there now and could form a major part of the team going forward. As a professional, he started with Hertha BSC II which is the reserve team of the Berlin-based club Hertha Berlin. This was in 2010, prior to which he spent his youth career, 10 years of it to be precise, with Hertha's academy having switched to them from BSC Rehberge Berlin. Now you know why this lad gets his nickname, and to further cement his love for the city, he even turned down an offer from Liverpool when he was 15. Borussia Mönchengladbach, and 1899 Hoffenheim were clubs he has had an opportunity to represent before Dortmund. He now has a real opportunity to prove himself on the biggest of stages, but will his love for Berlin get in the way of his career, or will he make it in Dortmund, or maybe even move overseas? Time will give us an answer to all these questions, but for now, we wish the Berliner all the best.
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