In July 2016 the Striker signed a contract with Chelsea that nets him a whopping salary of 5 Million Euro (4.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €24,787 (£23,019) per day and €1,033 (£959) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 12.9 years to earn the same as Turbo Timo earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value
4 Million Euro (3.5 Million Pound)
65 Million Euro (60 Million Pound)
Being one of the most in-demand footballers has its own perks. Werner's market value is a staggering €65 million. Having been paid an annual salary in the realm of 7-digits since a very early age, the forward has a respectable net worth of €4 million. At Chelsea we expect him to earn so much more than that, so expect his net worth to rise exponentially.
Like most of the other Germany internationals, the forward does not sport any tattoos.
Family - Get to know them
Father - Günther Schuh
Timo's dad is a former Bundesliga coach.
Werner Car - What does he drive?
Werner is often seen travelling on the team coach rather than using his private rides.
House - Where does he live?
The former Stuttgart forward is seen enjoying a relaxed shave in his home before heading out for practice.
Upon making his senior debut in 2013, Werner became the youngest player ever to represent VfB Stuttgart and later became the club's youngest ever goalscorer. He made over 100 appearances for the club before joining RB Leipzig in 2016. He also holds the records for being the youngest player to reach 100 and 150 Bundesliga appearances, as well as being the youngest player to score two goals in a top-flight match in Germany. A serial goalscorer at youth international level, Werner made his senior debut for Germany in 2017. In the same year, he helped Germany claim the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup where his return of three goals earned him the tournament's Golden Boot award.
In June 2016, Werner agreed to a four-year contract with RB Leipzig for a reported transfer fee of €10 million, the largest in the club's history. Werner ended the 2016–17 Bundesliga season with 21 goals, making him the leading German goalscorer in the division, and helped RB Leipzig qualify for the UEFA Champions League for the first time in the club's history. Werner has represented Germany at youth level, playing for the U15 to U21 teams, scoring 34 times in 48 appearances. He was a part of the Germany team that finished runner-up in the 2012 UEFA European Under-17 Championship. Werner was called up to the German senior squad in 2017 by head coach Joachim Low for the friendly against England and has been a first choice starter ever since. In the summer of 2020 he went on to join Chelsea.
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