José Sosa is a professional football/soccer player who played Midfielder for Trabzonspor as number 8. Sosa was born on June 19, 1985, in Carcarañá, Argentina. This article examines José Sosa’s net worth.
Over 2002-2007, Sosa played for Estudiantes de La Plata earning 143 caps and scoring 12 goals. During 2007-2010, Sosa played for FC Bayern Munich earning 35 caps and scoring 2 goals. In 2010, Sosa played for Estudiantes de La Plata (loan) earning 17 caps and scoring 3 goals. In 2010-2011, Sosa played for S.S.C. Napoli earning 24 caps and scoring 1 goals. From 2011-2014, Sosa played for FC Metalist Kharkiv earning 64 caps and scoring 17 goals. From 2014, Sosa played for Atlético Madrid (loan) earning 3 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2014-2016, Sosa played for Beşiktaş J.K. earning 55 caps and scoring 12 goals.
José Sosa also played nationally. During 2003, Sosa played for the Argentina national under-20 football team scoring 0 goals, with 4 caps. During 2008, Sosa played for the Argentina national under-23 football team with 5 caps and 0 goals. In 2005-2013, Sosa played for the Argentina national football team earning 19 caps and scoring 1 goals.
Sosa won a gold medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics in the Football at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men’s tournament event.
Professional soccer/football players can receive plenty of money. But earnings depend on many different characteristics. These include the player’s country and of course, their skills. At the top level, stars in Great Britain and some European countries can earn $50 million or more. In Latin American countries, good footballers receive $1 to $2 million annually, and in locations where soccer/football is not as popular, like the USA and China, players make $200k a year. The least paying leagues pay as little as $50,000 per year.
So what is football/soccer player José Sosa’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for José Sosa’s net worth as of 2018 is: $5 million
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