Édison Méndez Net Worth 2018: What is this football/soccer player worth?



Édison Méndez is a professional football/soccer player who played Winger; Attacking. Méndez was born on March 16, 1979, in Ibarra, Ecuador, Ecuador. This article examines Édison Méndez’s net worth.

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Édison Méndez Career and Earnings/Salary

As a youth, Édison Méndez played for Deportivo Quito during 1996-2001. Over 1997-2002, Méndez played for Deportivo Quito earning 193 caps and scoring 18 goals. During 2002-2003, Méndez played for Club Deportivo El Nacional earning 34 caps and scoring 3 goals. In 2004, Méndez played for Deportivo Irapuato earning 16 caps and scoring 5 goals. In 2004, Méndez played for Club Santos Laguna earning 14 caps and scoring 2 goals. From 2005-2007, Méndez played for LDU Quito earning 60 caps and scoring 6 goals. From 2006-2007, Méndez played for PSV Eindhoven (loan) earning 46 caps and scoring 4 goals. From 2009-2010, Méndez played for LDU Quito earning 23 caps and scoring 6 goals.

Édison Méndez also played nationally. During 2000-2014, Méndez played for the Ecuador national football team scoring 18 goals, with 111 caps.

Édison Méndez Net Worth 2018

Professional footballers can bring in plenty of money. But compensations depend on plenty of different characteristics. These include the player’s area and of course, their skill set. At the high end, stars in the United Kingdom and some European countries can earn $50 million or more. In Latin American countries, good footballers receive $1-2 million a year. And in countries where soccer/football is not as popular, such as the United States and China, footballers get $200k per year. The lowest paying leagues can pay as little as $50,000 per year.

Édison Méndez net worth
Édison Méndez net worth: soccer/football salary distribution

So what is football/soccer player Édison Méndez’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Édison Méndez’s net worth as of 2018 is: $4 million

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