In June 6th, 2017 the left back signed a contract with Arsenal that nets him a whopping salary of 8.7 Million Euro (7.8 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €23,770 (£21,184) per day and €990 (£883) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 22 years to earn the same as The Destroyer earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Bosnian left back compared to his Arsenal teammates
The Bosnian-German has been playing pro-football for a pretty substantial amount of time and his Net Worth can also be considered just that: pretty substantial. We estimate it to be around 19 Million Euro (16.9 Million Pound). As for his Market Value, it is still on the rise. The defender is entering his 'prime-years' and he is definitely one of the most talented defenders in the Premier League. His strength and fysical play make him an excellent fit for the Premier League. We calculated and we think his Market Value is about 40 Million Euro (37 Million Pound).
He and his teammate Mesut Özil were robbed and were under a constant, 24 hour long, surveilance. Luckily the situation got kind of defused in the end and the two are not in danger anymore.
Kolasinac Car - What does he drive?
He is driving this astonishing silver Lamborghini. The defender definitely has a flashy style.
Whilst he was playing at Schalke he was driving a much simpler vehicle, this Volkswagen. Oh times have changed.
Sead Kolasinac is a very robust defender who is currently playing for Arsenal in the English Premier League. He played most of his professional career at the German club FC Schalke 04 before me made the move to the Emirates in the summer of 2017. He was actually born in Germany so he carries both nationalities. He played in the German International youth-teams (up untill the under-21) but for his senior international career he choosed to play for Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has played a whole bunch of international matches and even made the team for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brasil. At that event he managed to snatch a rather remarkable record: that of the fastest own goal in the World Cup's long history. He scored an own goal after just 3 minutes versus Argentina. At Arsenal he has already had a big impact at the team's defense. He managed to become the Arsenal's Player Of The Month in the first two months after he got signed, a fact that shows how popular he is amongst the fans. Amongst his personal awards is a place in the Bundesliga Squad of the season in 2016-2017, an award that definitely helped him make the move to the beloved Premier League.
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