Rodrygo


In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Rodrygo Silva: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Brazilian left winger lives in and also have a look at his cars!


Wiki

BirthdateJanuary 9th, 2001
BirthplaceSão Paulo, Brazil
Length1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
TeamReal Madrid
Positionleft winger
Number27
Nickname
TraitsSpeed Dribbler

Silva Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In July 2019 the left winger signed a contract with Real Madrid that nets him a whopping salary of 8 Million Euro (7.1 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €39,659 (£35,030) per day and €1,652 (£1,460) per hour!

Per year€8,000,000£6,956,522
Per month€666,667£579,710
Per week€153,846£133,779
Per day€21,918£19,059
Per hour€913£794
Per minute€15£13

Since you've been viewing this page, Rodrygo Silva has earned...

This means the average man needs to work for at least 19.6 years to earn the same as earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:48 Million Euro (42 Million Pound)
Market Value:40 Million Euro (35 Million Pound)
The Brazilian teenager came up through the ranks at São Paulo before getting a sensational move to one of Europe's biggest club, Real Madrid. The winger's six-year contract with the Los Blancos puts his net worth at around €48 million (£42 million); still unproven at the elite level but with infinite potential, his market value is somewhere in the region of €40 million (£35 million).

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?



Rodrygo Silva - Single


Most of us would be lucky to find someone who looks at us the same way the Brazilian winger looks at a football! The teenage sensations on true love.

Family - Get to know them

Mother - Denise

Picture of Rodrygo Silva Mother, called Denise
Source: Instagram

The Real Madrid winger with his young and beautiful mother on Mother's Day. One can see as clear as daylight where the teenager gets all his looks from!

Silva Tattoo - Does he have one?

Rodrygo Silva tattoo, the Brazilian number 27 from São Paulo, Brazil
Source: Instagram

The Brazilian photographed on during 'golden hour', after a day of surfing at the São Paulo beach with his mates; and it looks as if the teenager is yet to adorn his lovely skin with ink.
Check out our Top 30 Crazy And Ugly Premier League Players Tattoos

House - Where does he live?

Location: Madrid, Spain

House of the Brazilian number 27, located in Madrid, Spain
Source: Instagram

The Brazilian wonder-boy has got his dream move from Santos to Real Madrid in the summer of 2019. The Santiago Bernabéu will be his home for the foreseeable future!

Silva Car - What does he drive?



Picture of his    car
Source: Instagram

The young man is to hip to be seen behind the wheel of an automobile; it's much more common to see the Brazilian boy riding his skateboard or surfing the waves!

Player Bio

Born in São Paulo, Brazil, the young man began his prospects as a professional footballer at the youth academy of Santos Futebol Clube in 2011 as a ten-year old. Upon finishing his development in 2017, the youngster was called-up to the first-team and handed his debut on 4 November; he came on as a second-half substitute in Santos' 3-1 win over Atlético Mineiro in the Campeonato Brasileiro Séria A. On 16 March 2017, the forward scored his first professional goal; it came in the Copa Libertadores, when he scored the second of two goals, as Santos ran out 2-0 winners over Ceará. Two and a half months later the teenager would grab his first hat-trick, scoring three goals in a 5-2 clobbering of Vitória. During his spell at Santos, the winger put up impressive numbers, scoring 10 goals and providing 5 assist in 49 competitive appearances. His performances impressed scouts from European super-club Real Madrid; in the summer of 2019, the Los Blancos paid a fee of €45 million to tie the Brazilian wonder-boy to a six-year contract. It’s been a difficult start to his career in the Spanish capital, being overlooked for the first-team; he got his opportunity for Real Madrid Castilla, playing in the third-division of Spain’s club football, but is yet to impress.

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