Discover everything you want to know about Sven Bender: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the German central defender lives in and have a look at his cars!
In February 2016 the central defender signed a contract with Bayer Leverkusen that nets him a whopping salary of 2.6 Million Euro (2.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €12,889 (£11,605) per day and €537 (£484) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 6.5 years to earn the same as Iron Manni earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
6.2 Million Euro (5.6 Million Pound)
9 Million Euro (8.1 Million Pound)
Bender had a career high market value of €18 million during his title winning seasons with Dortmund. Since then, his value has slowly, but steadily regressed and has stabilized at a modest €9 million. With a net worth of €6.2 million, it comes as no surprise that he is one of the highest earners at the club.
There is no information regarding the residential aspects of Bender's life. But, here's a photo of him and his brother enjoying a comfortable stay in a local hotel during the national team camp.
Bender Car - What does he drive?
Mercedes-Benz SLK 350
The defender seems to be delighted riding his swanky new car with an over-joyous Marcel Schmelzer beside him.
The younger one of the Bender brothers, Sven has established himself as one of the Bundesliga’s prominent defenders in this decade. A versatile player, he is also comfortable playing as a deep lying midfielder. Along with his brother Lars, the youngster joined 1860 Munich’s youth team in 2002. He was fast-tracked into the senior team after a shade over four years in 2006. After three fruitful seasons with the club, he made a move to Borussia Dortmund, where he made major strides as a professional player and won a collection of accolades including successive Bundesliga titles in 2011 and 2012.
The defender has represented Germany across every major youth level. As a U-19 player, he was part of the highly talented Germany team with won the 2008 UEFA U-19 European Championships. The brothers were named as joint players of the tournament. Bender was in line for a spot in the team for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, but an osteitis pubis injury ruled him out for half a year. He made the team for the 2016 Olympics and helped Germany to a runners-up spot. Sven joined his brother Lars at Bayer Leverkusen in 2017 after eight magnificent seasons at Dortmund.
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