In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Paco Alcácer: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Spanish forward lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In January 2020 the forward signed a contract with Villareal that nets him a whopping salary of 4 Million Euro (3.4 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €10,958.9 (£9,315.1) per day and €456.62 (£388.13) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 9.44 years to earn the same as Paquito earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
15 Million Euro (12.8 Million Pound)
23 Million Euro (19.5 Million Pound)
With 10 years of football, his net worth is estimated to be around 15 Million Euros. His market value is currently at 23 Million Euro (19.5 Million Pound).
This couple has strong ties to Valencia and has a house there. Where is all the furniture, though?
Alcácer Car - What does he drive?
This car was a gift from Audi to the striker during his time in Barcelona. We love his choice of color. We're surprised by his selection of car. As a pacy striker, we thought he'd go for one of the sportier models.
Born in Torrent, Spain, our striker began playing football at a very early age. He started aged seven, with Monte-Sión followed by Torrent and then Valencia. Making it to Valencia could have been the best thing to happen to this footballer at that age because back then, Valencia was doing well for themselves in the league and Europe as well.
He debuted for Valencia B as a senior in 2009, and hasn't looked back ever since. He is a talented striker, but we would call him a bit of a late bloomer because, given all his talent, the numbers were not showing. As a finisher, the only thing that matters is how efficient you are in front of goal. The number of goals you score, the number of shots it takes to score your goal, and the importance of those goals itself. He did not have the luxury to showcase his talent with Valencia, and the club is partly to blame for this. He could have been an effective replacement for David Villa, but it wasn't meant to be. He made his move to Barcelona, but was always going to be a backup player.
After BVB came Villareal, and Villareal couldn't have come at a better time for him. He now is showing the world his true colors. He can be just as deadly as any other striker out there, and the numbers are there to prove it. For his national team, Spain, he has played from the Under-16 level onwards. His appearances for the senior side have been far and few, but if he keeps up his good form, he'll surely make a name for himself.
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