Alexis Sánchez's Career As a Footballer: His Net Worth, Properties, Career, Salary, Endorsements

Updated On 18 Mar, 2018 Published On

The Chilean professional soccer player Alexis Sanchez, who currently is the striker in the Manchester United, earns around $488,000 per week. Sanchez swapped with the Manchester United's midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan signing a four and half year contract last January.

Sanchez has made six appearances with his new club. He scored his first goal with Manchester while playing against Huddersfield. He previously played for Arsenal.



Well, today in this section, we will talk about the 29-years-old's career and net worth. Further, we will also talk about his relationship with the 28 years old Chilean actress Mayte Rodriguez.

Alexis Sanchez: Net Worth, Salary, and Career

The former Arsenal FC star signed an astonishing $250.97 dollar contract walking to Old Trafford for four and a half year. The club pays him $14 million a year after tax making the way towards the highest paid player in Premiere Leauge following the January transfer window. Sanchez' net worth is estimated to be around $45 million in 2018.

Alexis Sanchez in Udinese

Alexis Sanchez in Udinese

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Sanchez played for the Italian club Udinese before transferring to the Spanish league. He was the most expensive Chile player of all time after his advance to FC Barcelona where he endorsed a $34.86 million three-year agreement. He was also the first Chilean to play for the club.

Alexis Sanchez in FC Barcelona

Alexis Sanchez in FC Barcelona

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Then in 2014, he wore the 17 number Arsenal jersey after signing a long-term contract with Arsenal following the entry of the Brazilian striker, Neymar to Barcelona.



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Arsene Wenger signed Sanchez for a deal worth $43.22 million while the high profile Neymar's transfer rate was $67.76 million. Sanchez spent almost four years in Arsenal, the club he loved the most while Wenger was also pretty praiseful towards the Chilean's consistent performance throughout his career with The Gunners.