As one of the highly demanded player, he makes a good living out of his profession. Continue reading to find out all about his net worth, salary and also his career progress throughout the years.
Slater is considered as one of the best fullbacks of his generation and it stands that for a player of high value such as himself, various clubs would be willing to put out the money to have him on their team.
In 2012, he was bringing in 900,000 AUD annually. He now is reported to have the annual salary of $700,000 from his current club. He has been bringing big bucks home since his career started to bloom. Aside from his salary, he is also the brand ambassador for Australia Suzuki and he should be earning big figures from that deal as well.
He previously owned a Byron Bay hinterland retreat which he had paid $1.105 million during purchase. He has sold the house for $1.375 million. He is building a house on a property outside Melbourne with a horse stable. Looking at the properties that he owned in the past, the house is bound to be worth in the millions.
Though there are various details on his financial income and revenues, his net worth have not been disclosed to date. We shall keep you up to date regarding the matter as soon as we find more detail about it.
Rugby has not always been Slater's passion and dream. In the beginning, he decided to follow his personal passion for thoroughbred racing and worked initially in Sydney for 6 months. His career as a professional rugby player began in 2003 as the fullback for Melbourne Storm thus began the start of his career which led him to be called one of the best fullback of his generation.
He has since then transferred to the Queensland State of Origin and has set multiple club record with the team. In his career run to date, he has made 732 points from 299 games and 188 NRL tries which is the 2nd most of all time, behind Ken Irvine. He has won two grand finals with the team and has also been the winner of two World Club Challenge.
It’s been a hell of a ride representing my State and Country for more than a decade. I feel privileged and grateful to have been given this opportunity. Last years World Cup Final was my last time playing for @arlkangaroos and this years State of Origin series will be my last for @qldmaroons Thank you to everyone who has contributed and supported me through my representative career. #FOG142 #Kangaroo751
In his career run, he has been awarded Dally M Award Best Fullback (2008,2011,2018), Dally M Award Player of the Year (2011), Dally M Award Best Representative Player (2010) and Dally M Award Top Tryscorer (2005).
He announced of his retirement on 8 August 2018 stating that he would be retiring from the sport at the end of the 2018 season.