Luis Suarez Inter Miami contract details, salary, jersey number and net worth in 2023

Luis Suarez Inter Miami contract details, salary, jersey number and net worth in 2023

Luis Suarez has officially committed to joining Inter Miami, with the club confirming the signing of the Uruguayan striker on a one-year contract, have a look at his salary and net worth

This move gained traction in football circles following Suarez’s early termination of his two-year contract with Brazil’s Gremio earlier this month.

Luis Suarez Inter Miami contract details, salary, jersey number, price and net worth in 2023

Speculation suggests that Suarez, known as “El Pistolero,” is willing to accept a significant reduction in salary to reunite with Lionel Messi. But, what is Luis Suarez’s net worth that allows him to consider such a pay cut? Let’s delve into the details.

Suarez’s Net Worth

Previously bound by a two-year contract with Gremio, Suarez was earning approximately $4 million per year. This, coupled with his illustrious career, has contributed to his overall net worth.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Luis Suarez’s current estimated net worth is around $70 million. In addition to his on-field earnings, Suarez has bolstered his financial standing through lucrative partnerships with renowned brands such as Adidas, Puma, Beats, and Pepsi.

However, Suarez’s move to Inter Miami is expected to impact his career earnings. Reports indicate that he has inked a one-year deal with the club, worth $200,000. Suarez will wear the number 9 jersey at the club.

Home and away Inter Miami shirts bearing Suárez’s name and number are already available for purchase from the official MLS store and you can buy a men’s authentic player jersey for $194.99, or a lower-quality men’s replica jersey for $124.99.

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During his tenure with Gremio, the Uruguayan striker earned more than $200,000 per month. Despite the substantial pay cut, Suarez is willingly embracing this change to reunite with Messi.

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The disparity in their earnings is attributed to Suarez not being designated as a player, a status that allows higher earnings beyond the club’s salary cap.

Major League Soccer (MLS) regulations dictate that a club can only have three designated players, and with Messi, Sergio Busquets, and Gregore already holding this status at Inter Miami, Suarez is unable to be designated.

Consequently, he must settle for a salary below the designated player threshold. Although Suarez’s move to the US limits his salary within the MLS structure, it opens avenues for lucrative endorsement deals with prominent brands.

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Unlike Messi, it remains unclear if Suarez has secured partnerships with major companies like Apple TV. Additionally, Suarez has the option to renew his contract next year.

Given his willingness to take a pay cut to join Messi, a contract renewal seems likely. This scenario could prompt David Beckham and the Mas Brothers to present a more appealing offer to the seasoned veteran.

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