Bastian Schweinsteiger Net Worth $85 million
Bastian Schweinsteiger salary $4,500,000
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Bastian Schweinsteiger is a German professional footballer and his current net worth is $85 million.
As a talented youth ski racer, he had to decide whether to pursue a career in skiing or one in football.
In 1998, he signed with Bayern Munich as a youth team player, becoming famous through the club’s youth sides.
A few years later he won the German youth championship, which earned him a place in reserves.
When he first started he had a reputation as a rebel off the pitch, and used to make headlines for the wrong reasons. Since then he has settled down.
At the age of 18, after just two training sessions with the first team, Ottmar Hitzfeld, the coach, have him his debut.
The coach named him a late substitute in a UEFA Champions League match against RC Lens.
He immediately impressed everyone by giving the winning passé to Markus Feulner within minutes.
In the following month he signed his first professional contract. With the club he appeared in 14 Bundesliga games in 2002–03. While there he helped Bayern to a league and cup double.
The following season he scored his first goal for the team, against VfL Wolfsburg.
He returned to the field in the double-winning campaign scoring in Bayern’s Champions League quarter-final first-leg defeat at Chelsea, after the new coach benched him.
Until the end of 2007-08 season, he made 135 appearances in all competitions for Bayern Munich, and scored 10 goals.
He continued playing considerably well during the next seasons, as well as continuing with his duties as central midfielder.
Schweinsteiger earned the 2013 German player of the year thanks to his performance for Bayern Munich.
Two years later he made his 500th appearance for Bayern. The same year Manchester United offered him a three-year contract for a fee of €9 million, which he accepted.
This transfer became Manchester United’s first German in the first team.
During his time at Man Utd, he made his Premier League debut, as well as scoring the first goal for the club.
In 2016 he returned to the first team training, after the new manager benched him, and made his first appearance since he came on as a late substitute in the EFL Cup.
He started dating Serbian tennis player Anna Ivanovic in 2014 and two years later the couple wed in Venice, Italy.