In August 2019 the striker signed a contract with Sheffield United that nets him a whopping salary of 1.7 Million Euro (1.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €8,428 (£7,528) per day and €351 (£314) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 4.2 years to earn the same as The Burner earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the English striker compared to his Sheffield United teammates
A journeyman in every sense of the word the Englishman has played for 7 different football clubs in England, including Bradford City, Swansea City and most recently Sheffield United. He has a net worth of approximately €10 million (£9 million) and a market value of in the region of €8 million (£7.2 million).
The Sheffield striker on holiday in sunny Beverley Hills, California. He's got a few tattoos on his body, "Carpe Diem" is carved on his bicep, and Al Pacino's portrayal of gangster Tony Montana in Scarface inked on his arm.
Family - Get to know them
Brother - Xander
Xander visiting his brother from his travels in Sweden. The two share a pint over an evening of conversation, as they catch-up on recent happenings.
McBurnie Car - What does he drive?
A killer on the road! The English hipster riding a custom Rolls Royce on the roads of Los Angeles, California.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Sheffield, England
Born in Leeds and well traveled in England over the course of his footballing career, Bramall Lane is the frontman's new home as he signs for Sheffield United.
Born in Leeds, England, he began his footballing education with the youth academy of hometown club Leeds United as a youngster, and later moved to Bradford City in 2010, from where he graduated to sign his first professional contract a couple of years later. After a handful of games for The Bantams, the striker signed for Premier League club Swansea City on a three-year deal on 13 July 2015. He spent the next couple of seasons on loan in search of regular first-team opportunities, he played for Conference Premier team Chester in 2014/15, and later EFL Two club Newport County and Bristol Rovers during the 2015/16 season. But it wasn’t until his tenure at EFL Championship club Barnsley FC did the striker find his feet. In the second-half of the 2017/18 season he joined a flailing Barnsley side and changed their fortunes by scoring 9 goals in 17 appearances. The Tykes almost avoided relegation but in the end the strikers would be in vain. As of little consolation, the Englishman received the 2017/18 Barnsley Player of the Year award for his excellent showings. Relegated to the EFL Championship ahead of the 2018/19 season, he finally got his first real opportunity for The Swans. In 42 league games the prolific hitman netted 22 goals, helping his club to a mid-table finish. His performances caught the eye of newly promoted Premier League club Sheffield United, who secured the striker’s signature for a club record fee of £20 million.
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