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Keisuke Honda is a professional football/soccer player who played in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Honda plays Attacking midfielder; Winger; Forward (association football) for CF Pachuca as number 2. Honda was born on June 13, 1986, in Settsu, Osaka, Japan. This article examines Keisuke Honda’s net worth.
As a youth, Keisuke Honda played for Settsu FC during 1994-1998, played for Gamba Osaka during 1999-2001, and played for Seiryō High School during 2002-2004. Over 2004-2007, Honda played for Nagoya Grampus earning 90 caps and scoring 11 goals. During 2007-2009, Honda played for VVV-Venlo earning 68 caps and scoring 24 goals. In 2009-2014, Honda played for PFC CSKA Moscow earning 94 caps and scoring 20 goals. In 2014-2017, Honda played for A.C. Milan earning 81 caps and scoring 9 goals. From 2017-, Honda played for C.F. Pachuca earning 29 caps and scoring 10 goals.
Keisuke Honda also played nationally. During 2005, Honda played for the Japan national under-20 football team scoring 0 goals, with 1 caps. During 2006-2008, Honda played for the Japan national under-23 football team with 18 caps and 5 goals. In 2008-, Honda played for the Japan national football team earning 93 caps and scoring 36 goals.
Footballers’ (soccer) contract sizes range greatly depending on location and ranking. In Europe, Premier League compensation average $4-5 million per year, while MLS players in the United States make close to $200,000 per year. In Latin America, footballers bring in about $1-2 million per year, while in China, footballers earn around $200,000. The worst paying leagues pay as little as $50,000 per year. The best players in Europe can receive $50 million or more. Specifically for the World Cup, players generaly earn $500,000 or less.
So what is football/soccer player Keisuke Honda’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Keisuke Honda’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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