In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Takumi Minamino : his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Japanese winger lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In January 2020 the winger signed a contract with Liverpool that nets him a whopping salary of 3.9 Million Euro (3.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €10,685 (£9,041) per day and €445 (£377) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 9.16 years to earn the same as The Scouse Samurai earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Japanese winger compared to his Liverpool teammates
He has an older brother Kenta whom he played ball with when he was younger. Jurgen is a coach that likes to nurture talent. He has come to the right club at the right time. As for his brother, we don't know much about him.
Anfield is his home now. Once a red, you're always a red. We know that he's going to be loved by the Kop.
Minamino Car - What does he drive?
In true Japanese style, he cares for the environment and carpools. Having just landed in England, we doubt he has a car of his own just yet.
Our winger is from the Land of the Rising Sun and is the first-ever player from his country to play for Liverpool FC in the Premier League. He is a player who modeled himself after the Brazilian legend Ronaldo. His work ethic and talent have got him to one of the top clubs in European football. As a child who was born in Osaka, he joined Cerezo Osaka in 2007. Here he'd develop all the basic skills and his tenets as a player. One shouldn't forget that his journey started three years before he even joined them. It was with Sessel Kumatori in 2004. Nonetheless, it was the Osaka based club that infused a sense of craft in him that he's carried with to this day. He also debuted as a senior for the Sakura and remained with them for two seasons before signing with Red Bull Salzburg in 2015. It proved to be the turning point in his career. His exploits have now earned this talented Japanese player a move to the northwest of England. A solid player who is capable of playing as a CAM too, acceleration, dribbling, and agility whilst being composed in crucial situations are all his strong points. He has played in the Under-17, 20, and 23 levels for his country, but is a full-time member of the senior squad now.
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