Salaire de Gareth Bale au Real Madrid

Gareth Bale touchera au Real Madrid un salaire de 18,2 millions d’euros. Le transfert du prodige provenant de Tottenham a été conclu pour un montant de 100 millions d’euros. Il s’agit du transfert le plus cher de l’histoire du football. Il détrône un certain Cristiano Ronaldo, autre joueur transféré au Real Madrid en 2009 pour 94 millions d’euros.

Le salaire du Gallois à la minute est de 40 euros, de 2400 euros par heure, de 50255 par jour et de 1,4 millions d’euros par mois.

Autres salaires en relation:

  1. CA du Real Madrid
  2. Nuri Sahin au Real Madrid
  3. Salaire Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 2011
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  1. Gareth Bale Transfert le plus cher : 100 millions d'euros
    21 h 20 min on septembre 1st, 2013

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  2. Killbaste
    23 h 54 min on mars 15th, 2014

    Fairly stinging intimdcent of staying in NCAA: If you can go over as an 18 year old out of high school, you might be in the prem at 22.Combine that with the growth of the academies and NCAA will be pretty secondary in a decade or so.(SBI-Actually, Lichaj spent a year playing at North Carolina so it isn’t as if colleges had no role in his development. Also, Lichaj had something not all young players have, he had a European passport, the missing piece that makes England a fantasy rather than reality for most young American players. And seriously, because one player succeeds in pulling off the path Lichaj took hardly means it’s easy or something American prospects can count on instead of going through college.American colleges are producing more pro-ready talent than ever before, so the whole idea that the college game’s role in player development is fading is overstated. MLS academies have miles to go before they’re doing what they need to do in order to make colleges truly an afterthought. We’re still some time away from that.)

  3. Juan
    16 h 46 min on février 20th, 2015

    This carteinly isn’t his best game (however, you could carteinly say that for the entire Villa defense it’s definitely not just him), but he’s still a young player this is his third full EPL game. If his performance is a little inconsistent, well, I can’t really say I’m surprised. Consistency usually comes with experience (although as I’m writing this, he just did a great bit of defending he’s definitely had some bright spots in this game).Agreed that he should be RB in Brazil. That gives him time to develop and get comfortable in the position. With Spector playing CM at WH, I don’t see him as a real contender for RB with the NT. Cherundolo is probably going to stick around for the next one or two years (provided he’s healthy, which is not a given), but I hope that Bradley lets Lichaj develop at RB instead of sticking him all around the back line to try to fill in our (many) gaps.

  4. Jakyrick
    8 h 18 min on mars 24th, 2015

    I know he’s still young and has a lot to prove as a professional (as copramed to Dolo who has been nothing but a class professional for what seems like a decade) but Lichaj has the athleticism and skill set to surpass Dolo in short order. It will come down to staying healthy and gaining experience. If he progresses without injury, Lichaj should be our RB in Brazil.There are some players that you can see play once and you know that they belong. Lichaj is such a player.

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