In July 2019 the left back signed a contract with Tottenham Hotspur that nets him a whopping salary of 2.3 Million Euro (1.9 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €6,301 (£5,206) per day and €263 (£217) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 5.27 years to earn the same as Regui earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Spanish left back compared to his Tottenham Hotspur teammates
We might not know his father's name, but we do know that this gentleman made a lot of sacrifices to get Regui into Valdebebas.
Brother - Diego
Diego is the spitting image of his brother. He's not a footballer or into any other sport, clearly. The pic was clicked on their holiday in Marrakech.
Reguilón Car - What does he drive?
From those Adidas tracks to boots and his Merc, our boy takes a liking for all things German. Will we see him in the Bundesliga one day?
Audi Q7 50 TDI
He accepted his annual gift from Audi whilst at Real Madrid rather gleefully. This car is a beast and can do over 220 km/h in top gear.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Seville, Spain
It's nice to have a house like his when in quarantine due to the coronavirus outbreak. He has a fine bicycle to exercise that'll get him nowhere, but at least keep him safe in this current madness.
A full-blown Madridista, this defender was born in Madrid and came out of the infamous Real Madrid cantera. He spent a couple of seasons with the Madrid based E. F. M. Villalba, but that was all the away time from his beloved club as a youth team member. He joined the Fundación Real Madrid Becerril in 2000 when he was only 4. And by the year 2005, he was thrust into their academy after seeing promising signs early on. As a senior, he debuted with UD Logroñés in 2015. He was loaned to the Logroño based side to help him log the minutes and gain more experience. His first spell with them was unsuccessful. However, the second one that followed immediately was quite productive and made him an undisputed starter in the team. He returned to the Castilla a year later and was now a much more rounded player. The appointment of Julen Lopetegui saw him earn a place in Los Blancos' first-team but an underwhelming 2018-19 season, and the sacking of the boss didn't do him any favors. The failed experiment with Solari added to his woes, and the return of the Mister all but ended his immediate dream of donning the white kit. It was decided that he'd be loaned to Sevilla. He took it in his stride, and has proved himself with a very big club with his consistent performances. It remains to be seen if he'll get an opportunity to become a Blanco once again. He hasn't been called up to Spain's senior side yet and has played for them in just the U21 level.
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