Marco Fabián Net Worth 2018: What is this football/soccer player worth?



Marco Fabián is a professional football/soccer player who played Midfielder for Eintracht Frankfurt as number 10. Fabián was born on July 21, 1989, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. This article examines Marco Fabián’s net worth.

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Marco Fabián Career and Earnings/Salary

As a youth, Marco Fabián played for C.D. Guadalajara Reserves and Academy during 1997-2007. Over 2007-2015, Fabián played for C.D. Guadalajara earning 153 caps and scoring 48 goals. During 2014, Fabián played for Cruz Azul (loan) earning 31 caps and scoring 8 goals. In 2016-, Fabián played for Eintracht Frankfurt earning 40 caps and scoring 8 goals.

Marco Fabián also played nationally. During 2009-2010, Fabián played for the Mexico national under-20 football team scoring 0 goals, with 3 caps. During 2011-2012, Fabián played for the Mexico national under-23 football team with 20 caps and 15 goals. In 2012-, Fabián played for the Mexico national football team earning 38 caps and scoring 9 goals.

Fabián won a gold medal in the 2012 Summer Olympics in the Football at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men’s tournament event.

Marco Fabián Net Worth 2018

Professional football players can bring in plenty of money. But compensations depend on lots of different circumstances. These include the player’s location and of course, their success. At the hightest level, players in the U.K. and Western Europe can receive $50 million or more. In South America, good footballers take home $1,000,000-$2,000,000 per year. And in locations where soccer/football is not as popular, like the US and China, players earn $200k per year. The worst paying leagues pay under $50 thousand per year.

Marco Fabián net worth
Marco Fabián net worth: soccer/football salary distribution

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

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