In this article you will discover everything you want to know about Thibaut Courtois: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Read along and find out in what house the Belgian goalkeeper lives in and also have a look at his cars!
In August 2018 the goalkeeper signed a contract with Real Madrid that nets him a whopping salary of 13 Million Euro (11.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €64,446 (£57,491) per day and €2,685 (£2,395) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 32.2 years to earn the same as De Bonestaak earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
111 Million Euro (99 Million Pound)
55 Million Euro (49 Million Pound)
The Belgian goalkeeper has played for some of the biggest clubs in world football, he burst on to the scene with during his loan spell with Atletico Madrid in Spain before reaching world class status with English club Chelsea. In the summer of 2018 he returned to Spain to sign for Real Madrid. During his career the goalie has conjured up a net worth of €111 million (£99 million). One of the best players in his position, The Octopus is worth well over €55 million (£49 million) in today's market.
Clear blue skies, crystal clear waters, and all clear skin on the Real Madrid goalie. The Octopus has got no tattoos yet but now that he's in Spain it might only be a matter of time before he gets some ink splashes on his body!
A special day! The family celebrate Adriana's birthday from their family home, all wrapped up in colour, Disney characters and joy!
Courtois Car - What does he drive?
The Belgian used to drive a sumptuous SUV during his years in London, England. The big man photographed just before riding off to Chelsea's award ceremony.
Born in Bree, Belgium, he graduated from the youth academy of KRC Genk in 2009. Ahead of the 2010/11 league campaign, still a teenager, he was installed as the club’s first-choice goalie. He repaid their faith by keeping 14 clean sheets in 40 league fixtures, leading to the Genk’s triumph in the league. He was awarded Goalkeeper of the Year and Genk’s Player of the Year award for his efforts. In July 2011, the Belgian moved to England to sign for Premier League club Chelsea on a five-year deal. Immediately after, he was loaned out to Spanish powerhouse Atlético Madrid. In the Spanish capital, the Belgian goalie announced himself to the world stage; over 3 seasons and 154 appearances he kept an incredible 76 clean sheets, on route to two Zamora trophies (awarded to the goalkeeper with lowest goals-to-game ratio), which propelled the club to their first La Liga (2013/14) trophy in 17 years. In addition Atlético also won the 2011/12 UEFA Europa League, 2012/13 UEFA Super Cup, and the 2012/13 Copa del Rey. Upon his return to England, the Belgian was installed as Chelsea’s first-choice goalkeeper. The Octopus’ domination between the sticks continued, his 58 clean sheets in 154 appearances guided Chelsea to two (2014/15, 2016/17) Premier League titles and an FA Cup (2014/15). In the summer of 2018 he completed a move back to Spain, signing for giants Real Madrid on a six-year contract. The Octopus won the 2018 FIFA World Cup Golden Glove award as Belgium reached the World Cup semi-final in Russia.
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