In 2016 the striker signed a contract with Tottenham Hotspur that nets him a whopping salary of 3 Million Euro (2.6 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €8,197 (£7,033) per day and €342 (£293) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 7.1 years to earn the same as Vinnie Johnson earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Dutch striker compared to his Tottenham Hotspur teammates
The move to England might not have been very succesful from a career perspective, from a money perspective it definitely has been. His net worth is now roughly 10 million euro (9 million pound). His market value has dropped significantly. He has not made a good impression over the last few years. As a result his market value is now roughly 5 million euro (4.5 million pound).
The Dutchman in front of his home in London, United Kingdom. He bought this place when he made the move to Tottenham. Isn't it lovely?
Janssen Car - What does he drive?
He loves his BMW, here you can see his ride when he arrived at the Dutch national team's training facilities.
Meet Vinnie! This is the Dutch striker that Tottenham signed from Dutch side AZ in the summer of 2016. He was one of the biggest talents in the Netherlands even though there were also some doubt as to if he could make it in the Premier League. That was due to the fact that he had only played 1 full season at AZ, in which he did score 31 goals in 49 games. The year before that he played at Almere City, a club in the lower regions of Dutch professional football. Ever since his move to the Spurs he has dissapointed. He has only scored 2 goals in 28 Premier League games since he joined the North-London club and he was send on loan to Fenerbahce after having played at Spurs only 1 year. In Turkey he also failed to impress and thus it most likely only a matter of time before Vinnie is transfered again, this time probably for good. Poor lad. He also played for the Dutch national team and during a specific period he was actually their number one striker. Most noticably he scored against France and England for the Dutchies. That last game (versus England) probably made Tottenham interested even though they now most likely regret signing the lad for 20 million euro!
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