Diego Lugano Net Worth 2018: What is this football/soccer player worth?



Diego Lugano is a professional football/soccer player who played Centre-back. Lugano was born on November 2, 1980, in Canelones, Uruguay, Uruguay. This article examines Diego Lugano’s net worth.

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Diego Lugano Career and Earnings/Salary

As a youth, Diego Lugano played for Club Nacional de Football during 1996-1999. Over 1999-2003, Lugano played for Club Nacional de Football earning 13 caps and scoring 0 goals. During 2001-2002, Lugano played for Club Plaza Colonia de Deportes (loan) earning 46 caps and scoring 4 goals. In 2003-2006, Lugano played for São Paulo FC earning 95 caps and scoring 7 goals. In 2006-2011, Lugano played for Fenerbahçe S.K. (football) earning 125 caps and scoring 21 goals. From 2011-2013, Lugano played for Paris Saint-Germain F.C. earning 12 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2013, Lugano played for Málaga CF (loan) earning 9 caps and scoring 1 goals. From 2015, Lugano played for BK Häcken earning 11 caps and scoring 0 goals.

Diego Lugano also played nationally. During 2003-2014, Lugano played for the Uruguay national football team scoring 9 goals, with 95 caps.

Diego Lugano Net Worth 2018

Professional football players can bring in plenty of money. But earnings depend on lots of different circumstances. These include the player’s area and of course, their ranking. At the hightest end, stars in the United Kingdom and Europe can make $50 million or more. In Latin America, the best footballers make $1,000,000-$2,000,000 per year. And in countries where soccer/football is not as popular, like the USA and China, players earn a few hundred thousand a year. The smallest paying leagues pay under $50 thousand per year.

Diego Lugano net worth
Diego Lugano net worth: soccer/football salary distribution

So what is football/soccer player Diego Lugano’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Diego Lugano’s net worth as of 2018 is: $10 million

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