In July 2019 the forward signed a contract with Borussia Dortmund that nets him a whopping salary of 1.6 Million Euro (1.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €4,383.56 (£3,561.64) per day and €182.65 (£148.4) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 3.61 years to earn the same as Toto earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
2.6 Million Euro (2.2 Million Pound)
38 Million Euro (32.5 Million Pound)
Having been a professional for 7 years should have had your net worth a lot more than 2.6 Million Euros, but that isn't the case with him. His market value is only at, a reported, 38 Million Euros.
This is his home in Mönchengladbach, where he was well settled, but the time came for him to move to greener pastures and move he did. Dortmund is the right step in his career, and his family has just got a home there. But they haven't settled in well, and that's understandable.
Hazard Car - What does he drive?
The boy has style, and he picks his vehicles rather wisely. This is his Bentley, and we're loving both the interior and the exterior of this ride.
We do not know of any other family that has been or is involved with the game as much as this player's. Mum Carine and dad Thierry were both footballers and he has three siblings with the oldest playing at the biggest club in the world. The pressure on his shoulders to meet the standards set by his older brother is just immense.
Born in La Louvière, Belgium in 1993, our attacker's career trajectory has been similar to the firstborn child in the family. He started his youth career with Royal Stade Brainois, where he would spend 5 years developing and then moved to Tubize and later to Lens. He spent a total of eight, split evenly among those two clubs, sharpening his skills in their academies before debuting as a senior for Lens in 2011 but would only stay with them for one season.
Chelsea bought him in 2012 and immediately loaned him to Zulte Waregem, a first division club based in Belgium, to allow him to gain the necessary first-team experience. Borussia Mönchengladbach saw his potential and brought him on the team for an initial loan spell, which quickly culminated in a permanent move. He spent a total of five seasons with the German club before switching allegiance to Borussia Dortmund earlier this year. As a Belgian national, he played in almost all of their youth teams, and first represented the senior side in 2013.
Now that he has established himself as a starter at club level, he needs to achieve greater things there to prove himself to the world.
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