|Net Worth:||$24 Million|
What is Cristian Romero Worth?
Cristian Gabriel Romero is a 24-year-old Argentine professional football player who has an estimated net worth of $24 Million. He plays for the Argentine National team and Tottenham Hotspurs FC as a center-back.
Cristian was among the team that won the just concluded 2022 FIFA World Cup title. He started his senior football career at Belgrano in 2016, and he then moved to play for Genoa in 2018.
Cristian was signed by Juventus and sent on loan to his former club Genoa, thereafter, he was later sent on loan to Atalanta.
After being nominated for the award of Serie A best Defender with Atalanta in 2021, the club purchased him. He was loaned to Tottenham Hotspurs right after with an option to buy.
Romero was part of the squad that just won the 2022 FIFA World Cup. He made his debut on the senior team when he participated in the 2021 Copa America.
Cristian Gabriel Romero was born on 27 April 1998, in Cordoba, Argentina. He is the youngest child born to his mother Rosa and father, Quito. He was raised in Villa Rivadavia, in Cordoba, Argentina with his two older siblings.
Romero joined Belgrano’s youth team in 2014 and was promoted to the first team in 2016. He made his debut in a match against Independiente in August. He featured in the 2016 Copa Sudamericana tournament. Romero made 16 appearances in two seasons for Belgrano.
Romero joined Serie A team Genoa in 2018, he scored his first goal in a 2-2 draw against Udinese. He moved to Juventus in 2019 on loan and was later signed by Juventus for €26 million.
In 2020, he was sent on loan to Atalanta to stay till 2022 with an option to remain in the team as a permanent player. He was voted the best defender in the 2021-2021 Serie A.
Tottenham Hotspur FC
Juventus announced the sale of Romero to Atalanta for €16million on August 6th, 2021. On that same day, Tottenham signed him on a loan with an option of activating a permanent contract.
Romero made his first appearance for Tottenham Hotspurs some days later as a substitute in a match against Manchester City. Romero made his first appearance in the starting squad in a Conference league match against Paços de Ferreira. In a match against Brighton & Hove Albion, he scored his first goal for Tottenham Hotspurs. He was signed permanently to the club for €50 million in August 2022, the deal will last till 2027. Cristian Romero earns £8,580,000 annually and £165,000 weekly at Tottenham Hotspurs FC.
Romero has represented Argentina at so many levels, let’s start with his stint on the youth team. Romero featured in the 2017 South American U-20 Championship in Ecuador and won seven caps.
He trained for the U-20 FIFA World Cup in South Korea but didn’t make it to the squad list as he was not selected. Romero featured in Argentina’s U-23 team for some time before being called to the senior team.
Romero made his senior debut in a World Cup qualifier against Chile in June 2021, he played full-time. His 130th-second goal against Colombia broke the record for the fastest goal ever scored for Argentina.
This record surpassed Diego Maradona’s record of 168th-second goal against Venezuela in 1985.
Romero was included in the 28-man squad that won the 2021 Copa America. Romero also featured in the recently concluded 2022 World Cup held in Qatar. Argentina won the World Cup trophy after a 4-2 penalty shootout against France.
At 24 years old, Cristian Romero’s career is just starting, he has already shown the potential to become a great star. Let us watch out.
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