Víctor Ibarbo is a professional football/soccer player who played Winger / Forward (association football) for Sagan Tosu as number 32. Ibarbo was born on May 19, 1990, in Tumaco, Colombia. This article examines Víctor Ibarbo’s net worth.
As a youth, Víctor Ibarbo played for Club La Cantera during 2001-2008. Over 2008-2011, Ibarbo played for Atlético Nacional earning 102 caps and scoring 6 goals. During 2011-2017, Ibarbo played for Cagliari Calcio earning 116 caps and scoring 15 goals. In 2015, Ibarbo played for A.S. Roma (loan) earning 12 caps and scoring 0 goals. In 2015-2016, Ibarbo played for Watford F.C. (loan) earning 4 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2016, Ibarbo played for Atlético Nacional (loan) earning 11 caps and scoring 1 goals. From 2016-2017, Ibarbo played for Panathinaikos F.C. (loan) earning 10 caps and scoring 0 goals. From 2017-, Ibarbo played for Sagan Tosu earning 6 caps and scoring 2 goals.
Víctor Ibarbo also played nationally. During 2007-2010, Ibarbo played for the Colombia national under-20 football team scoring 1 goals, with 8 caps. During 2010-, Ibarbo played for the Colombia national football team with 15 caps and 1 goals.
Professional footballers can take home plenty of money. But contract sizes depend on many different characteristics. These include the player’s location and of course, their skills. At the high end, stars in Great Britain and Western Europe can make $50 million or more. In Latin American countries, good soccer players receive $1,000,000-$2,000,000 per year, and in locations where soccer/football is not as popular, like the US and China, footballers get a few hundred thousand a year. The worst paying leagues can pay as little as $50,000 per year.
So what is football/soccer player Víctor Ibarbo’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Víctor Ibarbo’s net worth as of 2018 is: $1.8 million
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