In February 2017 the winger signed a contract with Bournemouth that nets him a whopping salary of 1.6 Million Euro (1.4 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €4,372 (£3,774) per day and €182 (£157) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 4 years to earn the same as Speedy Ryan earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Scottish winger compared to his Bournemouth teammates
He is a player for the Scottish national team and is doing very well at The Cherries. With his pace, rushes and clinical finishing he is a very all round player. His market value is 25 Million Euro (22 Million Pound). Playing already for a couple of years at the highest level of England. This lad has a net worth of 11 Million Euro (9.5 Million Pound).
At this picture, made during his holidays in Dubai, we can clearly see that he doesn't have any inks. He just does not like 'em.
Family - Get to know them
Dog - Clarence
This is dog Clarence! He is always missing her when he is on duty with Bournemouth or the Scottish national team. True love!
Fraser Car - What does he drive?
Mercedes AMG A45
He has a black Mercedes A45. It's almost as fast as the winger himself. He loves his ride!
House - Where does he live?
At this picture we see Ryan posing on his balcony when he was for holidays in Portugal. After this picture he dived straight into the pool. Good times!
This Scottish lad was born in Aberdeen and made his debut for, of course, Aberdeen. It was back in 2010 and he was only sixteen years old. He made a great impression in first game against Heart of Midlothian in October 2010. And he continued to do so in the very same season, he was the absolute revelation of the 2012-13 Scottish Premier League season. He won among others the Youth Player of the Month award in September and October 2012. In January 2013 he moved to the British Championship and signed a three-year contract at Bournemouth. The Cherries paid Aberdeen a transfer fee of 400.000 Pound to complete the deal. Already in his first season he played an important role in the promotion of the club to the Premier League. He scored his first Premier League goal against Liverpool (4-3 win) on 4 December 2016. In the very same game, he won a penalty for his club, scored the second and prepared the third. And all of this in one half! Since this day the fans of Bournemouth knew they had a new star at their club. Fraser also plays for the Scottish national team for whom he is a regular player.
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