In July 2021 the striker signed a contract with Chelsea that nets him a whopping salary of 18.2 Million Euro (15.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €24,044 (£22,313) per day and €1,002 (£930) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 43.2 years to earn the same as Rocky earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Belgian striker compared to his Chelsea teammates
At the moment he plays at Chelsea and his net worth is growing rapidly. Currently we estimate it to be about 60 Million Euro (51.2 Million Pound). His current Market Value is similar to the fee that Inter paid in 2019. At Inter he has totally lived up to the expectations and did what the tifosi expected of him: making goals, goals and goals. His Market Value at Chelsea is roughly 100 Million Euro (85.5 Million Pound).
He likes to spend time in the States during the summer. This is one of his houses in Beverly Hills. He actually threw a party here together with teammate Paul Pogba.
Lukaku Car - What does he drive?
He loves his matte-black Mercedes. It's the ultimate luxury sedan and he loves to drive it.
Rolls Royce Ghost
There is luxury and then there is this: a custom-made Rolls Royce Ghost. This ride costs well over 300.000 Euro and is painted in the favorite colors of the striker: red and black.
Meet this beast of a player. He is currently playing for Manchester United in the English Premier League. He is one of the most powerful players in the game today, he is all muscle and he can hardly be stopped once he gets going. He also scores goals quite easily which is one of the reasons The Red Devils contracted the Belgian international in 2017. They paid a record fee of 75 Million Pound, which makes Rocky the most expensive Belgian player of all time (ahead of De Bruyne and Hazard). He started his professional career at Anderlecht but he quickly got bought by Chelsea. At the blues he never really got a chance and as a result he was sent on loan to several teams (including Everton) before the Toffees finally contracted the striker. At Everton he played tremendous football which eventually earned him the transfer to United. He is also a Belgian international and he is part of the so called "Golden Generation", a group of players that went to the semi-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. We are not entirely sure what is golden about a semi-final but whatever makes the Belgians happy! He moved to Inter Milan in the summer of 2019. After winning the Serie A with Inter, the team from Milan surprisingly felt apart. Due to financial mismanagement a lot of players had to leave the club, and so did Romelu. He moved to his first love and to the club where he belongs, Chelsea.
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