The Japanese born soccer player's current market value is around €250K as of 4th June 2018. He earns €11,000 as a weekly wage from his present club i.e. €572,000 annually. Stay tuned with us to know about Kawashima's salary earnings, career stat, net worth, and trades.
With a twenty-years of playing career, Eiji Kawashima has accumulated an estimated net worth of around $1 million. His significant source of earning is his football career.
The 35-year-old football player receives €11K as a weekly salary with the annual pay of €572,000 which he gets through his current club Metz. As of 14th June 2018, his release clause is reported to be around €4.6 million.
Following that, his current market price is estimated to be around €250K as of 4th June 2018. Back in 2013, his market worth was reported to be around €3 million.
On the other hand, the Baggies offer Eiji an annual salary of €863,000 but the keeper wants to ensure wherever he moves he will be first-choice.
Kawashima is partnered with the renowned brands includes Puma, from where he gets paid a good sum of money.
Kawashima is on Instagram with 87k followers but he hasn’t disclosed any information about his car and house. With his big chunk of salary, Kawashima often enjoying his holidays in world expensive destination like France, Switzerland and many others.
Having a passionate about football, Kawashima commenced in the field of football when he was just 11, joining youth squad of Yononishi Junior High School.
Following that, Kawashima played for numerous clubs that include Urawa Higashi High School, Omiya Ardija, Nagoya Grampus Eight, Kawasaki Frontale, Lierse, Standard Liege, and Dundee United.
Check out his latest detailed stats:
|2004–2006||Nagoya Grampus Eight||17|
In 2002, Kawashima earned his first international cap with the Japan U-20 team where he played 13 games. He made his senior debut under the coach Takeshi Okada on 17th February 2008, in a 1-1 draw with North Korea when he as just 24.
Kawashima was selected for the FIFA World Cup 2018 as a first -choice goalkeeper. Recently, on 2nd July 2018, his team world cup Journey was ended after Belgium beats Japan 3-2 to reach quarterfinals.