Franck Ribéry Net Worth $78 million
Franck Ribéry salary $8,000,000
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Franck Ribéry is a French professional footballer and his current net worth is $78 million.
The French footballer is a player for German club Bayern Munich, as well as the former French national team player.
His style of game is on the left side although being right-rooted, he plays as a winger.
Thanks to his pace, energy, skill and precise passing, and often referred to as a player who is fast, tricky and an excellent dribbler he has great control with the ball at his feet.
He started his career in 1989 as a youth player for local hometown club Conti Boulogne.
After six years with the club he left and joined professional outfit Lille. Three years later he left the club because he had difficulties adjusting.
In 1999 he joined another club, this time US Boulogne, where he played for two years. Then he spent two more years in the amateur divisions with two other clubs.
In 2004 he earned a move to Ligue 1 club FC Metz. Six months after he moved to Turkey to join Galatasaray. While there he won the Turkish Cup.
Another six months after he left the club with controversies, in order to move back to France to join Marseille.
While there, for two seasons, he helped the team reach in the final of the Coupe of France.
In 2007 he moved again, this time to the German club Bayern Munich, and broke the record at the time with a fee of €25 million.
While at Bayern, he won six Bundesliga titles, five DFB-Pokal, one UEFA Champions League and one FIFA Club World Cup.
Since he joined the club he became one of the best French players of his generation.
Between 2006 and 2014 he played for the France national team, in a total of 81 appearances.
He represented his country at two FIFA World Cups, and two UEFA European Football Championships.
In May 2006, he made his international debut in a match against Mexico. He scored his first international goal against Spain and made it into the final match against Italy.
He is a three-time winner of the French Player of the Year award and has also won the German Footballer of the Year. He became the first player to hold both titles.