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How Much is David Silva's Net worth? Know about his Salary,Car, House, Career and Awards

News by Saburo Published on 13 Aug,2017 Updated on 05 Sep,2017

The Spanish midfielder David Silva is a well-known player in the soccer. As we know the Spanish international player plays for the EPL club Manchester City. The player is indeed making a good amount of money and is obviously rich.

The Richest.com announced that his net worth was $16 million in 2012, but it was 5 years ago, stay with us to know about his net worth of 2017, his salary, cars, house and much more. Let's jump straight into the topic.

How Much is David Silva's net worth in 2017? Know about his salary, endorsements, and earnings

As we mentioned before Silva's net worth in 2012 was estimated to be $16 million and his annual salary was $4 million.

But, after his renewal of the contract for four years with his club Manchester City on 24th of August 2012, he has been receiving $15 million as his annual salary. Silva's dedication and hard work in his football field have been clearly reflected in his net worth.

David Silva

David Silva, Source: 

As of now, he has an estimated net worth of $55 million including all his properties. His annual average earning is $13 million including his earnings from endorsements. Silva is one of the most valued players in the club and his contract with the club will expire at the end of the year.

He will be renewing his contract soon so, his net worth will be increasing in soon enough. According to Forbes, he earns annually $1.5 million from his endorsement deals with Adidas.

David Silva's collection of cars and houses

Well, talking about his cars, he owns best of the world's luxury car for his riding. Most of his ride is on Bentley Continental GT colored in white, the price of the cars is $185,400. He is also often found driving a Mercedes Benz CSI 320 paved in black and it costs $148,000.  Besides these, Some of his cars are listed below.

David Silva on his Mercedes Benz

David Silva on his Mercedes Benz

  • 1992 Trans Am GT ($62,240)
  • Continental GT ($80,000)
  • Bently Continental GT ($185,200)
  • Porsche Cayenne ($77,400)
  • Mercedes Benz CSI ($148,000)

 David Silva's House in Spain

 David Silva's House in Spain

After having a look at his collection for cars we can't deny the fact that this man has a royal driving, not only his cars are luxurious so is his residence. He currently resides in a flat in Manchester. Besides this, he has a mansion in Gran Canaria Worthing $1.5 million and a house in Arguineguin, Spain.

David Silva's career Highlights and Achievements

David Silva is a Spanish pro football player who plays as a midfielder for both Manchester City and Spanish national team.

The 31 years old left footed player started his career at the age of 14 as a youth player for Valencia CF of Spain. At the age of 17, he made his professional debut in the 2004/2005 season representing Eibar when he was sent on loan by Valencia.

Silva returned to Valencia in the summer transfer of 2006 with more improvements and fitness, he played for four successful seasons at the club and later decided to switch to England as he was offered by Manchester city.

He then signed a four years contract deals with the English side Manchester City on 14th of July, 2017, representing himself in the Jersey of Blues numbered 21. 

Through all his hard work and determination he is now made it to the starting 11 of the team and is proved to be the heart of midfield in the team. He has won Several honorary titles throughout his career, some of them are listed below.

  • 2010 World Cup
  • Premier League Top Assists, 2011
  • Etihad's player of the year, 2011
  • Pedro Zaballa Award,2005
  • FA Cup,2011

Quick facts on David Silva

  • David Silva was born on January 8, 1986, in Arguineguin, Spain.
  • His father name is Fernando Silva and mother's name is Eva Silva.
  • His father is a pure Spanish descent and his mother is Japanese descent.
  • Silva won the FIFA World Championship Bronze Ball.
  • Silva is among few of the players with Zero Red cards.

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