In 2019 the goalkeeper signed a contract with Norwich City that nets him a whopping salary of 2 Million Euro (1.7 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €5,464 (£4,928) per day and €228 (£205) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 5 years to earn the same as Das Mänchen earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the German goalkeeper compared to his Norwich City teammates
His net worth has been developing rather steadily. He has always earned more than a million euro throughout the last years of his career. As a result his net worth is roughly 10 Million Euro (9 Million Pound). His market value is going to decline slightly. He is getting a tad bit older, even though that is not usually a massive problem for goalkeepers. At the moment his value is about 10 Million Euro (9 Million Pound).
He just loves ink. He loves to swim with sharks too apparently. We are not really sure how those two relate, but here you go!
Brushing his teeth with his gloves on, talk about dedication for the job! Oh we were here for the ink. Ink he has indeed. Most of his tattoos have no deeper meaning, or that is what he has said in several interviews.
This is his vacation home. It is no other place than the beautiful and pristine Maldives. He loves to go here with his wife to relax after yet another long season.
Fahrmann Car - What does he drive?
He loves to drive sturdy cars. Exhibit A? This massive Jeep that he drives when he cruises through 'Cali'.
Hey there fellow WTFoot fan, follower or simply fanatic. We are welcoming you to the juicy wiki of Das Mänchen, the German goalkeeper who is currently playing for Norwich City in the English Premier League. He is most well known for his time at Schalke 04, the club that he started both his youth career as well as his professional career at. He played in Gelsenkirchen in 2008 but he was then bought by Frankfurt. He played at Eintracht Frankfurt for two years before being bought back again by Schalke. Old habits die hard, apparently. After several years at Schalke he was send on loan to Norwich City in the summer of 2019. It was always a dream of his to live and play in England. He is just such a passionate footballfan and he wanted to see what the Premier League is all about. He has played for several youth teams of the German National Team too. He never managed to play a game for the first team yet though. It makes sense as well given the fact that there is very fierce competition in the first team. You have the likes of Manuel Neuer of FC Bayern and ofcourse Marc-André ter Stegen from FC Barcelona. Good luck with that. Either way, lets have a look at the life of this remarkable goalie!
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