Discover everything you want to know about Rúben Vinagre: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Portuguese left wing-back lives in and have a look at his cars!
In July 2018 the left wing-back signed a contract with Wolverhampton Wanderers that nets him a whopping salary of 1.8 Million Euro (1.5 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €4,918 (£4,251) per day and €205 (£177) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 4 years to earn the same as Vin Vin Deluxe earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Portuguese left wing-back compared to his Wolverhampton Wanderers teammates
This youngster is a promising left back and has a very nice future ahead of him. He proved the Wolves of his capabilities in his first season and then signed a permanent contract un till the summer of 2023. His current market value is estimated at 5 Million Euro (4.3 Million Pound). He is still young but already has a very good contract at the Molineux Stadium: this lad has a estimated net worth of 5 Million Euro (4.3 Million Pound).
Just chilling in this luxurious bed in his house in... sorry, just kidding. This picture was made in a hospital in Monaco, back in December 2016. He got injured, but as we all know by now, he was back on track in a couple of months!
Vinagre Car - What does he drive?
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Rúben Gonçalo da Silva Nascimento Vinagre is a Portuguese footballer who plays as a left wing-back. He was born in 1999 in Charneca de Caparica and started his career at the youth academy of Sporting CP. At the age of 16 the scouts of Monaco knew enough and invited him to come over and play for AS Monaco. And he did! He joined the youth side of AS Monaco in the summer of 2015 and signed his first professional contract at the French club in June 2016. During the summer of 2016 he was part of the Portuguese U17 team who won the tournament after beating Spain in the final. In August 2016 he moved back to Portugal to play one season on loan for Académica de Coimbra. But the FIFA didn’t give an approval because the player was under the age of 18 – in January 2017 he moved back to his parent club AS Monaco without playing one single match for Académica. In the summer of 2017 he signed a new and improved contract in Monaco until the summer of 2022. Only a couple of weeks after it was announced that he would move on loan to Wolverhampton to gain some match experience. He made his debut in August 2017 for the EFL Cup against Yeovil Town. The board of the Wolves were convinced of his capabilities and offered him a permanent contract in the summer of 2018. He agreed and signed a five-year-contract for an undisclosed fee.
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