Rafael Sóbis is a professional football/soccer player who played Forward (association football) for Cruzeiro Esporte Clube as number 7. Sóbis was born on June 17, 1985, in Erechim, Brazil. This article examines Rafael Sóbis’s net worth.
Over 2004-2006, Sóbis played for Sport Club Internacional earning 82 caps and scoring 28 goals. During 2006-2008, Sóbis played for Real Betis earning 57 caps and scoring 8 goals. In 2008-2012, Sóbis played for Al-Jazira Club earning 21 caps and scoring 7 goals. In 2010-2011, Sóbis played for Sport Club Internacional (loan) earning 16 caps and scoring 4 goals. From 2011-2012, Sóbis played for Fluminense FC (loan) earning 26 caps and scoring 10 goals. From 2012-2014, Sóbis played for Fluminense FC earning 52 caps and scoring 18 goals. From 2016-, Sóbis played for Cruzeiro Esporte Clube earning 38 caps and scoring 7 goals.
Rafael Sóbis also played nationally. During 2005, Sóbis played for the Brazil national under-20 football team scoring 4 goals, with 16 caps. During 2008, Sóbis played for the Brazil Olympic football team with 6 caps and 2 goals. In 2006-2008, Sóbis played for the Brazil national football team earning 8 caps and scoring 1
Sóbis won a bronze medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics in the Football at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men’s tournament event.
Professional footballers can bring in plenty of money. But earnings depend on several different considerations. These include the player’s area and of course, their skills. At the top level, players in the U.K. and some European countries can bring in $50 million or more. In the Americas, top players get $1,000,000-$2,000,000 a year, and in countries where football is not as popular, such as the US and China, footballers get $200k a year. The lowest paying leagues pay as little as $50,000 per year.
So what is football/soccer player Rafael Sóbis’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Rafael Sóbis’s net worth as of 2018 is: $11 million
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