Nicolás Navarro is a professional football/soccer player who played Goalkeeper (association football) for San Lorenzo de Almagro as number 22. Navarro was born on March 25, 1985, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This article examines Nicolás Navarro’s net worth.
Over 2004-2007, Navarro played for Argentinos Juniors earning 22 caps and scoring 0 goals. During 2008-2010, Navarro played for S.S.C. Napoli earning 22 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2009-2010, Navarro played for Club Atlético River Plate (loan) earning 4 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2010-2011, Navarro played for Argentinos Juniors earning 23 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2011-2013, Navarro played for Kayserispor earning 29 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2013-2015, Navarro played for Club Atlético Tigre earning 8 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2016-, Navarro played for San Lorenzo de Almagro earning 0 caps and scoring 0 goals.
Nicolás Navarro also played nationally. During 2005, Navarro played for the Argentina U-20 scoring 0 goals, with 3 caps. During 2008, Navarro played for the Argentina Olympic football team with 0 caps and 0 goals.
Navarro 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 several different circumstances. These include the player’s area and of course, their skills. At the high end, players in the U.K. and Europe can receive $50 million or more. In Latin American countries, top players earn $1 to $2 million annually while in locations where soccer/football is not as popular, such as the USA and China, footballers get $200k per year. The lowest paying leagues can pay under $50 thousand per year.
So what is football/soccer player Nicolás Navarro’s net worth? Our estimate for Nicolás Navarro’s net worth is: [$6 Million (Approx).]
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