Arjen Robben Net Worth $92 million
Arjen Robben salary $12,000,000
Arjen Robben Net Worth: How rich is Arjen Robben? & How much money is Arjen Robben worth? Time to find out!
Arjen Robben is a Dutch professional footballer and his current net worth is $92 million.
Robben became interested in football from an early age. Born in Bedum, Netherlands, he became an adherent of the Coerver Method.
The regional club FC Groningen saw his skill in ball control and technical footwork, which made him a valuable player, and signed him.
While playing for the club he developed his distinctive style of cutting inside from the right onto his left foot, which allowed him to score some great goals.
During the 1999-00 season the manager placed him in their first team, but didn’t play until the 2000-01 season.
In 18 starts for Groningen on the same season, he scored two goals.
For his first season, he ranked as the player of the year, and along with his teammate, Jordi Hoogstrate, he proved everyone that the strength is the power.
In the next season with Groningen he helped improve their stats, playing in 28 matches and scoring six goals.
For the next season, he moved to PVS for a €3.9 million fee. While there he scored 12 goals in the 33 matches he played.
He helped get the team to their 17th Dutch title, and won the Talented Player of the Year award.
A while after he flew to London to meet with Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson.
Manchester United made an offer of €7 million an offer that would only buy them a shirt with Robben’s autograph, according to PSV chairman.
Soon after, Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich, offered €18 million, which the club accepted.
After a delayed start because of an injury, he helped Chelsea win two Premier League titles.
He then transferred to Spanish club Real Madrid, and few years after, in 2009, he moved to Bayern Munich.
Today he plays for German club Bayern Munich and is the captain of the Netherlands national team.
After his first season with the team, he listed as the Footballer of the Year in Germany.