In 2018 the striker signed a contract with Liverpool that nets him a whopping salary of 10 Million Euro (9 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €27,322 (£24,432) per day and €1,138 (£1,018) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 24.8 years to earn the same as Bobby earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Brazilian striker compared to his Liverpool teammates
He has been one of the star players of Liverpool ever since joining and his latest contract definitely also shows that in terms of salary. He has made enormous amounts of money playing football and the upcoming years will be even better for the man from Maceio, Brazil. His current net worth is about 21 Million Euro (19 Million Pound). At Liverpool he has become one of the best strikers in the world and interested clubs should most likely pay a very hefty fee were they to contract this man. His current Market Value is about 110 Million Euro (100 Million Pound).
The house where the striker and his family live. Looking a little dark on the outside but hold on for our 'inside look'
Firminio Car - What does he drive?
A Premier League classic: the Range Rover. The striker is just approaching the training facilities of Liverpool here.
He has this beautiful Porsche too, his car collection is growing.
This is the crown-jewel of his collection, a staggering Ferrari. "Lets Go" he writes as he shares this ride on social media.
The ever smiling number 9 of Liverpool. This Brazilian international is one of the best strikers in Europe and we are here to tell you all about him. He started his career at Figueirense FC in Brazil. At the time that team actually played in the Brazilian Serie B. Nevertheless the German side Hoffenheim managed to buy the striker. In Germany he quickly started making a name for himself. His goals, his strong team-play, dribbles and high workrate made sure he was being followed by a whole bunch of topteams in no-time. Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow tried to buy the striker but it was Liverpool who, in 2015, managed to sign the Brazilian for a hefty 35 Million Euro fee. The South-American has been a regular starter for LFC ever since and he has scored a whole lot of beautiful goals. Not only that, manager Jurgen Klopp has often stated that he believes that Bobby is the engine of the team because of his tremendous workrate. "When he loses the ball he fights to get it back, when he loses it again he fights again" said Klopp in an interview. He is not only playing club football but he is also a part of the legendary Seleçao, Brazil's national team. With that squad he went to the 2018 FIFA World Cup, where Brazil played a rather disappointing tournament and got knocked out by Belgium in the quarter finals.
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