Discover everything you want to know about Nicolas Tagliafico: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Argentinian left back lives in and have a look at his cars!
In January 2018 the left back signed a contract with Ajax Amsterdam that nets him a whopping salary of 2.5 Million Euro (2.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €6,849 (£5,753) per day and €285 (£239) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 5.83 years to earn the same as Pitbull earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
5 Million Euro (4.2 Million Pound)
28 Million Euro (23.8 Million Pound)
His net worth is thought to be around 5 Million Euro (4.2 Million Pound) and is projected to increase if he continues in Europe. His current market value is 28 million Euros.
He's got a home pool at his place. Caro and him are in love and are snogging like crazy.
Location: Amstelveen, Netherlands
Look who it is again? Galo doesn't look impressed with the snogging or with the water. Or is that just his face? We can't be sure.
Tagliafico Car - What does he drive?
He's in Amsterdam. Of course he's going to take the bicycle out for a picnic. Caro and Galo the Frenchie are accompanying him.
Thanks to Galo, we now know that he drives a Mercedes Benz.
Galo takes the spotlight and leaves our defender in the shadows. In his own car.
Pitbull was a nickname that he got earlier in his career. He's 27 now, but the qualities that earned him that name aren't showing any signs of decline at all. Why would they? because he's got what you'd call a tireless work rate and outstanding technical ability to back that up. His stamina might decrease with age, but that's normal. What's crucial is that he'll not lose his skills on the ball. And that is a very good quality for a player to have, especially a defender. This quintessential left-back can also play as a center back if need be. Having played in Argentina and Spain his entire life, before moving to Ajax, confidence with the ball comes naturally to him. His earliest footballing career is a bit of a mystery to us, but as a senior, he has played for Banfield, Murcia in Spain for a year, and Independiente before deciding to move to Ajax in 2018. The highest honor he received in Argentina was captaining the Independiente side to winning the 2017 edition of the Copa Sudamericana. It is a highly demanding and prestigious competition in South America. He's also won the Eredivisie in his very first season with Ajax. He has represented Argentina at various youth levels, and now plays for La Albiceleste's senior side.
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