Juventus and Croatia National Football Team Forward Marko Pjaca's Overall Income and Net Worth; Career Stats and World Cup Skills

John Von
Mon Jul,2018
Juventus and Croatia National Football Team Forward Marko Pjaca's Overall Income and Net Worth; Career Stats and World Cup Skills Soccer

Marko Pjaca is a professional Croatian football player who plays as a winger for Croatia national team and  Italian Serie A football club, Juventus. A member of the Croatian team that secured second place in the FIFA World Cup 2018, Pjaca made his debut debuted and played as a substitute in 3 matches. 

A squad member of one of the best team on Russia, Marko Pjaca's career is expected to take a turn after the World Cup. He might have his contract renewed with his club after the brilliant performance in Russia. 

Marko Pjaca’s Net worth and Salary

His annual salary is estimated to be around €1.5 million with a weekly salary being paid around €24,000 from his present club Juventus.

His market value is in the region of  £13.5 million as of  June 5, 2018.

Pjaca also earns an additional amount from the endorsement deals with several brands. He can be seen promoting Dercos shampoo produced by Vichy on his Instagram and makes some earning from the endorsement deal with Vichy.

He also has the deal with Nike.

His net worth at current is assumed to be about $5 million.

Marko Pjaca’s Career and World Cup 2018

Marko Pjaca was born on 6 May 1995 in Zagreb, Croatia. He holds a Croatian nationality and started his senior playing career with the Croatian football club, Lokomotiva in 2012.

He later went to play for football clubs such as Dinamo Zagreb and is currently playing for Italian football club, Juventus with whom he signed a five-year contract with the Italian club for a reported transfer fee of around €23 million in the summer of 2016.

The Croatian defender was also transferred to German professional football club, Schalke 04 for the 2018 season as a part of the loan deal from Juventus.

After playing for several Croatian youth teams, he made his full international goal for Croatia against Cyprus on 4 September 2014.

He scored his first international goal for Croatia against San Marino in a friendly match played on 4 June 2016.

Croatia was included at the 23 men Croatian team led by the captain Luka Modric that had the player such as midfielder, Milan Badelj, winger, Ante Rebic, striker, Mario Mandzukic as well as defender Tin Jedvaj at the 2018 FIFA World Cup at Russia.

He has played at the final against France for Croatia when came on as a substitute at the tournament final match. Overall, he made his appearances in three matches coming on as a substitute and remained in the field for the total 83 minutes.

His team reached the finals and lost to France settling them in the runner-up.