Mario Balotelli Net Worth

Mario Balotelli Net Worth : $33 Million

Profile

An Italian Professional Soccer Player

Mario Balotelli Annual Income

$3.7 million

Nationality

Italian

Source of Wealth

Football

Years of Experience

17 years

Date of Birth

August 12, 1990

Marital Status

Engaged

Mario Balotelli’s Income & Total Net Worth

Mario Barwuah Balotelli is an Italian soccer player, possessing an estimated net worth of $33 million and earns 3.7 million euro yearly, as of 2013.  Mario plays on the position of the striker for the Italian national team and Serie A club Milan. With Manchester City, he signed an agreement of 21.8 million euros in the year 2010. However, much of his earnings are frittered on the penalties and fines that he pays often, for instance, he had to pay a fine of £250,000 for attending a strip club on the eve of some match, in 2010. Mario is the part of many money-spinning endorsement contracts.

Business Ventures

Balotelli is the face of advertisement for the American sportswear multinational company, Nike. Besides Nike, he also endorses several other multinational corporations and makes millions of pounds.

Properties: Private Fortune

Mario Balotelli owns a stunning mansion in Cheshire, UK, worth 3 million pounds. His fleet of luxurious cars includes a white £140,000 Bentley Continental GT, an Audi R8 V10, a Ferrari 458 Spider, a Range Rover Evoque, and a Maserati GT. His Bentley Continental GT has till now collected parking tickets worth £10,000.

Mario Balotelli’s Career

Mario Balotelli was born in Palermo. He began to play soccer by the age of 15, under an Italian association football club, A.C. Lumezzane. His played his first debut match held in the year 2006, against Padova.

In 2006, Internazionale signed him on loan with a predetermined price of 150,000 euros. In 2008, he turned into the youngest player to score 3-3 against Cypriot in the Champions League. He also broke the record of Obafemi Martins by this powerful performance.

After having some controversies with Internazionale, Mario transferred to Manchester City club for 2108 million euros, in 2010.

In 2013, he signed a 4½-year contract of 20 million euros (excluding add-ons and bonuses) with A.C. Milan. Mario debuted with his first match with Milan in February 2013, against Udinese. Despite the fact that Mario is proficient, agile, and swift on the soccer ground, he has often caused controversies and fights due to his undisciplined behavior and actions.

Honors

Mario has been bestowed with several honors, which includes Supercoppa Italiana, Coppa Italia, UEFA Champions League, FA Cup, Premier League, FA Community Shield, Golden Boy Award, and FA Cup Final Man of the Match.

Philanthropy

Though Mario is not much involved in charitable causes, even then, he provided financial assistance in the building of a school in South Sudan. Besides this, he also donated 200 pounds to his local church.