Xavi Hernandez Net Worth 2020: What is Xavi Hernandez’s net worth today 2020?
Xavi Hernandez Net Worth is set to be really high since he spent most of his playing career in Barcelona before retiring in the middle east where he earned even more. He is now the coach over there and there have been talks of him returning to FC Barcelona.
Xavi Hernandez Net Worth 2020
Unlike his partner-in-crime in Barcelona, Andres Iniesta, Xavi Hernandez’s net worth is only $40 million. Why do we say only? It is only because Iniesta’s is estimated at $108 million already and expected to end up above $150 million. That is a difference of over a $100 million!
Xavi Hernandez’s primary earning came from his days at Al-Sadd. He is currently their manager now. However, earlier he used to be playing for them where he earned over $13 million per season as a player!
Now as their manager he also earns around $14 million per season!
So it can actually estimated that Xavi Hernandez’s net worth than assumed by online new journals!
Xavi Hernandez Net Worth Forbes
Forbes did not outright define his net worth but through their other articles hinted that the former Spanish midfielder had a hefty estimated net worth of around $40 million as well. Once again, the calculations simply do not add up since his income at Al-Sadd has already been around $40 million.
Xavi Hernandez Hernandez House
There is not much information on his house as he likes to maintain a low profile on his lifestyle. We do know he has a brilliant and big house back in Barcelona. A video of him emerged over there once playing football passing back in his garden on a summer evening.
He has the second house in Terrassa, Spain.
Xavi Hernandez Hernandez Car
Xavi Hernandez Hernandez owns a few lavish cars! Of the ones that are definitely worth mentioning are his Audi, MBW S6, Range Rover, Ferrari F430, Ford. He did not even have to buy his Audi as he is their brand ambassador in the middle east and was offered one to drive around. His Ferrari F430 is one of the fastest cars or at least was when he bought it. It had a top speed of close to 200 miles per hour. Somehow we don’t think Xavi Hernandez was impressed!
Xavi Hernandez Hernandez Salary
In his final days at Barcelona, Xavi Hernandez’s salary was around $14 million per season! Hence, the man who spent over 15 years at the club, will definitely have earned in excess of $50 million at least.
In 2015, it was not even peak Xavi Hernandez. Peak Xavi Hernandez existed from 2008-2013 when he earned to reportedly around $20 million per season!
Xavi Hernandez Hernandez Endorsements
Xavi Hernandez has a long sponsorship deal running with Adidas. Along with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez and Robin Van Persie, Xavi Hernandez featured in multiple popular ads and campaigns for them. He is also the brand ambassador of the Qatar division of Audi, an area where they get one of their highest revenues.
Xavi Hernandez Hernandez Charity
Xavi Hernandez is a man who gives back just as much as he earns. He has a charity program of his own. Besides that, FIFA gave him a check of $130,000 for being nominated as the captain of the FIFA Team of the Year back in 2011. Xavi Hernandez accepted the award and honor but donated the winnings to ICRC for the Red Cross’ physical rehabilitation program which was running in Afghanistan.
“It’s an honour to be part of the team and also to be captain,” said Xavi Hernandez at the time. “It’s an honour to represent European and world football, and in this case we are helping people who are more vulnerable and who need it – so I am proud in that sense.
“It is very important to help. We are privileged people in society. We have it good, through living our passion. It’s a profession of course but it’s also a hobby and a passion. So to be able to help people who need it, it’s a beautiful cause and I feel very proud.”
Xavi Hernandez Hernandez coach
Xavi Hernandez recently retired from football and took over as the coach of his Qatar club team where he retired. He coaches Al-Sadd now. Xavi Hernandez earns a package of basic pay of $14 million per season with incentives and lucrative bonuses. He was recently linked with a job at Barcelona but did not take up because he wanted control and to call the shots over the whole situation – something which Barcelona was not okay with.