Victor Wanyama, aka Victor Mugubi Wanyama, announced his retirement from international football at 30 years old. The former Club de Foot Montréal player, Tottenham midfielder became the first Kenyan star to score in the UEFA Champions League in Celtic’s 2–1 win over Barcelona in 2012. During his career, he set many milestones, both personally and with his national team, and is still a key player in talent development in his country and worldwide, but let’s look into his salary during his international career.
Teams Victor Wanyama Played For.
The all-time great Victor Wanyama played for a variety of teams at the national and international levels, including the JMJ Youth Academy, Nairobi City Stars, AFC Leopards, Helsingborg, and many others, while at the highest level, he represented Celtic, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur and CF Montréal.
How Much Was Victor Wanyama Salary at Montreal
The former Club de Foot Montréal player was expected to make £62,000 per week, or £3,224,000 per year, making him one of the highest-paid African soccer players then.
After joining Beerschot in 2008 and playing for the team until 2011, Wanyama was traded to Celtic in 2012, where he received £48,000 per week in salary and benefits. He was with Celtic until 2013 when he moved to Southampton, where he received a £35,000 weekly salary until 2016. The following year, he signed with Tottenham Hotspur, where he earned £62,000 per season until joining CF Montréal in 2019.
Victor Wanyama Background Check.
Originally from Kenya’s capital Nairobi, Victor Wanyama was born on the 25th of June in 1991 to Mr Noah Wanyama. He comes from a long line of athletes, including his brothers Sylvester Wanyama, Wanyama Thomas and McDonald Mariga, all of whom play for various teams in the Kenyan Premier League. Read More Here
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