In July 10th, 2018 the winger signed a contract with Manchester City that nets him a whopping salary of 11 Million Euro (9.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €30,055 (£26,405) per day and €1,252 (£1,100) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 27 years to earn the same as None earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Algerian winger compared to his Manchester City teammates
His estimated net worth is 18 Million Euro (15.8 Million Pound). He didn't earn much back in France, the big money started rollin' when he joined Leicester City. Especially after winning the Premier League. Back then he was earning 100.000 Pound a week. At Manchester City this amount go doubled. Hes earning 200.000 Pound a week. This makes him (after De Bruyne and Aguero) one of the best paid players of the Citizens. His market value is currently 60 Million Euro (52 Million Pound).
His father Ahmed moved from Algeria to France. He's a true football fan, and sparkled his son's love of the game. He died at the age of 54 of an heart attack. The winger of Manchester City was only 15 years back then.
Mother - Saliha
At this picture we see his mother Saliha together with his brother Wahid. Saliha and father Ahmed divorced when Riyad was only 8 years old.
Brother - Wahid
At this picture we see the winger of Manchester City with his proud brother called Wahid.
Mahrez Car - What does he drive?
He received this car from Leicester City after doing the impossible: winning the Premier League.
He was im trouble because of this picture. At this picture we see him leaving Leicester City's training ground: using his phone whilst driving.
He also has this beauty: a white BMW i8.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Sarcelles, France
This is the house were young Riyad grew up in Sarcelles. He is coming from a very poor family. Sarcelles is located close to Paris and is known for its violence, drug dealing, immigrant community and chronic unemployment. We bet he's living in a bigger house these days.
Riyad Mahrez was born in Sarcelles in February 1991. Despite the fact that he is born in France, he decided to play for the Algerian national team. But.. that came later. First he started his football career at the youth academy of AAS Sarcelles. In 2009 he made the step to Quimper Carnouaille FC. At Quimper the winger played in the Championnat National 3, but it was obvious that the kid had too much talent to play in this division. After one season he moved to Le Havre, where he became one of the biggest talents of the Ligue 2. Fun fact: he never made it to the highest French league, the Ligue 1. In 2014 he signed already at Leicester City, who paid a fee of 0.5 Million Euro (0.4 Million Pound) to take him to England. Leicester City was still playing in the Championship back then, but we all know what happened next. First The Foxes won the Championship in 2013-2014, and then they also won the Premier League in 2015-2016 in a season that looked like a modern fairy tail. The first Premier League victory of the club ever! In the same season Mahrez won the PFA Player Of The Year Award, so you can guess that he played a huge role in winning the title. In July 2018 the winger signed a contract at Manchester City for five seasons. The Citizens paid a stunning fee of 68 Million Euro (60 Million Pound) to get him, which made him the most expensive African footballer ever and the most expensive signing Manchester City ever did. He made his debut for the Citizens in August 2018, when City defeated Chelsea with 2-0 for the FA Community Shield.
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