In August 2018 the centre back signed a contract with Everton that nets him a whopping salary of 7.2 Million Euro (6.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €35,693 (£31,079) per day and €1,487 (£1,295) per hour!
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This means the average man needs to work for at least 17.4 years to earn the same as Mina de Oro earns in only 1 month.
The salary of the Colombian centre back compared to his Everton teammates
The Colombian's multi-million year deal with Premier League club Everton has earned him a net worth of €37.9 million (£33 million). Gaining mainstream attention and popularity for his performances at the FIFA World Cup in 2018 the defender has a market value of €31 million (£27 million).
The man from Colombia out on the beach with his little brother, he doesn't seem to have any ink work on his skin.
Family - Get to know them
Mother - Marianela González
Marianela photographed with her son's pet dog. The defender grew up in extreme poverty and uses his mother as motivation every time he steps on the pitch.
Mina Car - What does he drive?
The defender posing against his car on a night out in Barcelona.
House - Where does he live?
Location: Liverpool, England
The defender pictured in his Merseyside home in England.
Born in Guachené, Colombia, he came through the ranks of Deportivo Pasto to join the main squad at the age of 18, the defender made his Categoría Primera A debut in a 0-0 draw against Deportivo Cali in September 2013. He moved to fellow top tier club Independiente Santa Fe in December, becoming a a regular in the first-team immediately. In two seasons he featured in 124 games for Santa Fe, scoring 12 goals and winning the Copa Sudamericana and Superliga Colombiana in 2015. Brazilian Serie Aside Palmeiras signed the Colombian on a five-year deal in May 2016. His first goal for the Verdão arrived in a 1-1 draw against rivals Santos, but also suffered an injury that would rule him out for the 2016 Summer Olympics, he returned in time to score crucial goals against São Paulo and Corinthians, and finished the year with 4 league goals as Palmeiras won the Campeonato Brasileiro Seria A for the first time in 22 years. In January 2018 the Colombian would sign a five-year deal with Spanish giants FC Barcelona, he made just 6 appearances as The Blaugrana were crowned La Liga and Copa del Rey winners in 2017/18. A highly successful FIFA World Cup campaign saw the defender start every game for his nation, becoming only the third defender in history to score three goals in a single World Cup tournament as they progressed to the quarter-final stage before eventually losing out to England on penalties. The Colombian defender joined Premier League club Everton ahead of the 2018/19 season in a deal worth €30 million.
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