- Date of Birth
- Age 39 Years Old
- Famous Name Eliseu
- Country Portugal PT
- Birth Name Eliseu Pereira dos Santos
- Currently Married Yes
- Birth Country Angra do Heroísmo, Portugal
- Salary $832,000
- Famous Name Eliseu
- Children Yes
- Nationality Portuguese
- Girlfriend No
- Currently Club National Team of Portugal and Benfica
- Tatto(s) No
Eliseu is a Portuguese national football player who currently plays as left back and winger for National Team of Portugal and Portuguese club Benfica. The 34-year-old football player previously played for Maritimo Angra, Belenenses, Vazrim, Malaga, Lazio, and Zaragoza etc.
Eliseu has represented his national team at International Friendlies, UEFA Euro Qualifying, World Cup Qualifying, Confederations Cup, and Euro 2016.
Eliseu was a member of the Club Lazio that won Supercoppa Italiana in 2009.
Eliseu’s Early Life
Eliseu was born on October 1, 1983, in Angra do Heroismo, Portugal. He was born to his father, Jose dos Santos, and mother, Nene Pereira and grew up with his sister, Anabela Pereira.
Eliseu holds a Portuguese nationality. He was born to his Cape Verdean mother, restaurant owner Nene Pereira and father an ambulance driver. His parent's divorced when he was a teenager.
Eliseu’s Net Worth
Eliseu's current market value is estimated at since February 7, 2018. In 2017, his yearly salary was estimated to be $832,000 with the weekly wage of $16,000. According to FIFA, his salary in 2018 is also expected to be $16,000.
As of 2018, Eliseu's net worth and salary can be expected to rise drastically. As already mentioned, the net worth of footballer is not known. The amount of his net worth depends on the sources of his income and the worth of properties owned by him.
Looking towards his career, we can assume that Eliseu's net worth could be in the range of a million.
During his youth career, Eliseu played for Maritimo Angra from 1994 to 2001. He then played for Belenenses for one-year.
In 2002, Eliseu was promoted to a senior team of Belenenses. For the team, he scored 3 goals in 52 appearances.
On July 1, 2005, Eliseu had a spell on loan at Varzim in the 2005/06 season, making 16 appearances, scoring 3 goals before returning to Belenenses.
On July 1, 2007, Eliseu moved to Malaga on a free-transfer and continued to be an automatic first-choice player, scoring his first Spanish top flight goal against Recreativo de Huelva in October 2008. Before leaving the club, he scored 10 goals in 74 appearances.
On July 1, 2009, Eliseusigned with Lazio with the transfer fee of £810K.
Eliseu was later loaned to Zaragoza with the loan fee £360K in January 2010 for 2010 season where he managed a total of 21 league appearances scoring 2 goals before returning to club Lazio on June 30, 2010.
On July 1, 2010, Eliseu signed with Malaga CF with the transfer fee of £1.80 million. Until 2014, he scored 9 goals in 116 appearances.
On July 24, 2014, Eliseu moved to S.L. Benfica with the transfer fee of £1.08million on a two-year contract and made his debut against Rio Ave F.C. He scored his first goal against Boavista FC and his second goal came on 21 September over Moreirense FC.
Elise has so far scored 4 goals in 75 appearances. He was the member of the team that won Primera Liga (2014-2017), Taca de Portugal (2016-17), Taca da Liga (2014-2016) and Supertaca Candido de Oliveira(2014, 016, 017)
Eliseu's Personal Life
Eliseu is a married man and blessed with two children: both of the son. Till now, he has not revealed anything about his wife in media.
He is a great admirer of his National Team captain and Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo.
Eliseu’s International Career
On February 24, 2004, Eliseu earned his first international cap with the Portugal U-20 with whom he played 2 matches scoring 1 goal. He then played 2 matches for Portugal U-21.
On June 10, 2009, Eliseu made his international debut with the National Team of Portugal under the coach Carlos Queiroz against Estonia.
Eliseu scored his first international goal in October 2011 against Iceland in the UEFA Euro 2012 Qualifiers and also made two assists which ended in a 5-3.