In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Rúben Dias: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Portuguese centre back lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In September 2020 the centre back signed a contract with Manchester City that nets him a whopping salary of 6 Million Euro (5.4 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €29,744 (£26,980) per day and €1,239 (£1,124) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 15.1 years to earn the same as Ruby earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Portuguese centre back compared to his Manchester City teammates
The 23 year old Portuguese centre back is a diamond in the rough is hailed as one of the game's upcoming superstars. His multimillion year contract with Manchester City has seen his net worth sky rocket to a mammoth 40 Million Euro (36.3 Million Pound). The Citizens broke the bank for the defender paying a fee that could potentially rise to 70 Million Euro (63.5 Million Pound), so don't expect his market value to be lower than that figure.
Meet April Ivy, the Portuguese Pop Star with the voice and looks of an angel from he heavens, and she's already turning heads and ears with a growing number of followers on her social media platform, where she posts both cute pictures and melodic tunes!
Rúben Dias Girlfriend - April Ivy
The glamorous Portuguese pairing pose in golden hue for a photo to wish their fans and followers a very happy 2020!
Manchester City's latest and most expensive defender having a laugh about with his sister's Beatriz and Carolina. Beatriz loves to travel and works as an air hostess, basically she's figured out how to get paid for something she likes to do!
Oh Look! We've spotted Poseidon! A body chiseled out of stone like the Greek god of the sea, the Portuguese central defender is a mountain of a man and sticks out like a rock at the back! And it doesn't look he has put any ink on his skin yet.
Christmas celebrations with the family! Before his move to England, Ruby played his football in the Portuguese first division which allowed him to spend a lot of time at home. Here he is ringing in the festivities with his brother Ivan, and sisters Beatriz and Carolina.
Dias Car - What does he drive?
The Portuguese centre back has been described as a Rolls Royce of a defender, and Premier League club Manchester City have paid over the odds to make him a part of their already galactic squad.
Born in Lisbon, Portugal, on May 14th, 1997, young Ruby began his footballing journey at nine with the academy of hometown club Estrela da Amadora; but his talents were apparent from the get go and within a couple of years Portuguese giants S.L. Benfica took him aboard their youth system. After progressing through the ranks and impressing with Benfica B he was promoted to the first team before the start of the 2017/18 season. He made significant contributions in his debut season which saw him win Primeira Liga’s “Young Player of the Year award.” By the following season he had already cemented his berth in the starting line up and was As Águias’ first choice central defender, making 33 appearances in the league which saw S.L Benfica concede the second fewest number of goals in the division on route to capturing their 37th Primeira Liga title. During the same footballing year he was part of the Portuguese national team which won the inaugural UEFA Nations League beating the Netherlands in the finals. Ruby’s third and final year with O Glorioso saw him deliver a similar level of defensive masterclass, in fact Benfica conceded 5 fewer goals than their title winning year, but would ultimately miss out on the title, losing out to bitter rivals FC Porto. By the summer of 2020 Ruby’s stock had risen to massive proportions, and S.L. Benfica cashed in when Premier League club Manchester City paid a massive €72 million fee to sign the defender to their ranks. The centre back made his debut for The Citizens shortly thereafter in 1-1 draw against Leeds United.
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