Alvaro Negredo Net Worth 2022

Álvaro Negredo Sánchez is a professional Spanish footballer who is commonly known as Negredo. He used to play for the Spanish national team and now he only plays for the Spanish club Cadiz. Negredo plays as a striker. He is known for his deadly finishing, passing, shooting, ball control and dribbling.

Negredo spent most of his senior career in La Liga with different teams. He has played more than 300 La Liga games so far. Negredo played for many well-known clubs such as Real Madrid, Manchester City and Valencia. Negredo also played for Sevilla where he flourished as a player. Negredo also won many trophies over the years.

Negredo was a key player for the Spanish national team in the past. Now he has retired from the national team. He played many games for his nation and helped the team to win matches from time to time. He was a part of the 2012 Euro Squad of Spain and won the title with Spain in that following tournament.

Negredo is a very popular Spanish striker. He earned a good amount of money over the years. The estimated net worth of Negredo is USD 11 million.

In 2003, Negredo started his senior career with Rayo Vallecano B. He stayed there for one season and got USD 90K annually as salary. The next year he was promoted to the main team of Rayo Vallecano and his salary also increased. He got USD 150K for the one season he stayed with the club.

From 2005 to 2007 he played with Real Madrid B. This time he was paid USD 180K annually for his services. In mid-2007, Negredo moved to Almeria where he stayed for another two years. Almeria paid him USD 200K for each season.

In the summer transfer window of 2009 Negredo joined Sevilla. He stayed there till 2013. Sevilla paid him USD 500K for each season. From 2013 to 2015, Negredo was part of the Manchester City team and from them he received USD 2.3 million annually.

From 2015 to 2017 Negredo played with Valencia and pocketed USD 3 million for each season. Negredo played for many Middle Eastern clubs from 2017-2020. In mid-2020, he joined Cadiz and started receiving USD 1 million for each season.

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