Jamie Vardy is an English professional football player who plays as a striker for England national team and English professional football club, Leicester City. He also played for English football clubs such as Stockbridge Park Steels, FC Halifax Town, and Fleetwood Town.
Vardy made his full international debut for England in 2015 and has represented England UEFA Euro 2016 and FIFA World Cup 2018. In his short top-level football, Vardy has been able to make good earnings from his career. He has the current net worth estimated to be about $10 million. How much salary does he receive? All details about his earnings, endorsement deals and career.
Jamie Vardy Net worth
Jamie Vardy's current annual salary is estimated to be around £5.2 million with a weekly salary being paid £100,000 from his current football club, Leicester City. He was in the line to receive a new contract which would see him earn £140,000 with a huge increment of £60,000 a week but was later decreased to $100,000 a week.
In 2015, The Englishman had a very less salary amount which was increased after he led the team to a Premier League victory. Vardy started his professional career with £30 a week in salary with Stocksbridge Park Steels and is now the highest paid Leicester City player.
His net worth is estimated to be around $ 9 million.
The 31-year English striker has the market value in the region of € 20 million as of May 2016.
Jamie Vardy recently bought a lavish house in Leicester. He previously owned a house in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire which he sold for £1.25 million in 2017. He had bought the house in 2015.
He recently bought a Bentley Continental car after his contract extension with the club. He even received a BMW i8 car after Leicester won the Premier League. He even had a Mercedes car but sold later.
Jamie Vardy Career
Jamie Vardy was born on 11 January 1987 in Sheffield, England. He is of British nationality and started his senior playing career with the English professional football club, Stockbridge Park Steels in 2007.
He later went on to play for English professional football careers such as FC Halifax Town and Fleetwood Town.
Jamie is currently playing for English football club, Leicester City with whom he signed in the summer of 2012 for a reported transfer fee of around £1 million with a potential add-on £1.7 million.
He was the part of the successful Leicester City that won the English Premier League for the 2015/16 season.
Jamie Vardy did not represent England in their youth teams and made his full senior international debut for England against the Republic of Ireland in a friendly match played on 7 June 2015 by replacing then England captain, Wayne Rooney.
He scored his first international debut for England against Germany in a friendly match played on 26 March 2016.
The English striker represented England at the UEFA Euro 2016 which was held at France and scored a goal at the tournament against Wales in a winning effort.
He was included at the 23 men England football squad led by their captain, Harry Kane at the 2018 FIFA World Cup at Russia.
Vardy won the fourth place medal for England at the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament held in Russia.