Frank Lampard

Frank Lampard Net Worth is $90 Million

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$45 million

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$90 million

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$91 million

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Frank Lampard net worth

Nickname: Frank James Lampard, Lamps, Super Frankie

Date of birth: the 20th of June, 1978

Profession: soccer player

Nationality: United Kingdom

Source of wealth: soccer

Frank Lampard’s name is known to lovers of soccer as he is considered as one of the most successful players in the sports history. Most part of his career Frank played for Chelsea FC and was considered as the best goal scorer there. He scored more than 202 goals during his years in the club.

No need to say that such a talented sportsman received an incredibly high salary. His net worth is estimated as $90 million and his annual salary was supposed to be $12 million. Most part of that wealth comes from Frank’s play for New York FC. Besides he gets some income from endorsements. The star advertised Nike, Adidas, Pepsi and other reputable brands. Currently Lampard occupies the 87th position in Forbes list of the highest-paid athletes.

Frank Lampard was born in Romford, London, England and showed great interest in football since his school years. He debuted professionally at West Ham United FC in 1998. It was he, who led his team to the 5th place at the Premier League, which was the best result a team had ever showed.

Three years later Lamps moved to Chelsea FC, where he spent the major part of his career. His transfer cost £11 million. He managed to make 164 appearances in Premier League as an outfield player, which is the record. He also served as Chelsea vice-captain. In 2008 he got £7, 3 million salary as Chelsea FC member. He was titled as the highest-paid British soccer player.

In 2015 Frank debuted for American New York FC. He played for the team till December, 2016 and scored 15 goals during this period. He announced his retirement in November, 2016, when his $6 million contract was coming to an end.

 



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