Discover everything you want to know about Roberto Gagliardini: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Italian midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!
In October 2018 the midfielder signed a contract with Inter Milan that nets him a whopping salary of 2.7 Million Euro (2.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €7,397.26 (£6,301.37) per day and €308.22 (£262.56) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 6.38 years to earn the same as Duracell earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
1.2 Million Euro (1 Million Pound)
15 Million Euro (12.9 Million Pound)
As a fringe player, our midfielder has a net worth that is estimated to be around 1.2 Million Euro. His current market value is 15 Million Euro.
He's a big dog person. Was the couch made to match the dog's fur? If yes, the Daschund might feel left out. This is his home in Milan.
Gagliardini Car - What does he drive?
He's a fisherman and likes to take his boat out on off days. Friends tag along when they can.
If you get called Duracell, there can be only one reason behind that. You run non-stop, and that is what our midfielder does very good. A lively child-he once was, he has taken his favorite childhood activity and applied it to the fullest extent, to his career as a professional footballer. He loves running in the middle of the park and this trait, his ability to cover ground, lets him play a box-to-box role. But a good shooting technique combined with a decent passing game allows him to play in more advanced positions as well. This Bergamo native chose to spend his youth rooted to Atalanta. It is understandable because he would have wanted to spend his childhood not far from home. But, that changed as soon as he was eligible to play for Atalanta's senior side. Most of his time with the Lombardy based club as a senior was spent traveling. He would go on to represent Cesena, Spezia, and Vicenza whilst with Atalanta. Inter brought him to Milan on loan in 2017, and made the deal permanent in 2018. He has been with them since. He has not featured for the Italian national side much, and it is going to be very difficult to break into the senior side. But we are excited to see how he plays for his club which could lead to an eventual call-up.
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