Discover everything you want to know about Phillipe Coutinho: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Brazilian attacking midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!
In January 2018 the attacking midfielder signed a contract with Bayern Munich that nets him a whopping salary of 11.2 Million Euro (10.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €55,523 (£51,143) per day and €2,313 (£2,131) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 28.7 years to earn the same as The Magician earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
82 Million Euro (75 Million Pound)
90 Million Euro (83 Million Pound)
The Brazilian began his career in Italy with Internazionle before moving to English powerhouse Liverpool in 2013 where he attained superstardom. In 2018 he signed for Spanish giants Barcelona for a mammoth €150 million. During his career the Brazilian has racked up a net worth close to €82 million (£75 million). His market value has depleted recently due to poor showings but clubs will still have to fork out in excess €90 million (£83 million) to secure the Brazilian's talents.
The Brazilian has tattoos stretching from above his wrists to his biceps. They form tributes to his parents, Esmeralda Coutinho and José Carlos Correia; brothers, Cristiano and Leonardo; and his wife Aine.
The Brazilian, his wife Aine, and daughter Esmeralda, celebrate to welcome the New Year at their home in Barcelona.
Coutinho Car - What does he drive?
A car as flashy as the Little Magician's smile!
Born in Rio de Janeiro, growing up between an old shanty town and industrial warehouses, his first foray into football was through futsal. The diminutive footballer thrived within the restricted spaces which in-turn heightened his skills and ability to improvise. Coaches from Vasco da Gama scouted him at a youth tournament, where upon he joined their youth system after a successful trial. The Brazilian flourished in Vasco da Gama's youth program and was called up to the Brazil under-15 football team. In July 2008, at age 16, he was signed by Italian giants Internazionale for €4 million. After serving a couple of more years with Vasco da Gama on loan, during which he helped the club win the Série B title and secure promotion, he moved to Italy in 2010, once he turned 18. During his three year stay in Italy, he made 47 appearances for the Nerazurri, winning the Coppa Italia (2010/11) and Supercoppa Italiana (2010). However, he was always a fringe player, struggling to break into the first team despite his considerable talents. On 30 January 2013, he moved to England to sign for Liverpool for a fee of £8.5 million. It is wearing the famous No.10 shirt of Liverpool, that the Brazilian would fulfill his potential and establish himself as on the best football players in the world. In over 200 appearances for The Reds, the midfielder scored 54 goals and registered 45 assists. He was crowned Liverpool Player's Player of the Season (2014/15, 2015/16) and Liverpool Fan's Player of the Season (2014/15, 2015/16) for two years in a row. On 6 January 2018, his hard-work and talent would culminate in a move to FC Barcelona for a mammoth £142 million. He made his debut a fortnight later in a 2-0 win against Espanyol in the quarter-finals of the Copa del Rey. His first goal for the club came in the semi-finals of the same competition on 8 February 2018 against Valencia. On 28 October 2018, The Little Magician scored his first El Clásico goal in a 5-1 win over Real Madrid. The Brazilian has made 76 appearances for Barça, adding La Liga (2017/18, 2018/19), Copa del Rey (2017/18), and Supercopa de España (2018) to his glittering trophy cabinet. After several dissapointing seasons at the Nou Camp he was loaned out to Bayern Munich in the summer of 2019.
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