Sergi Roberto is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Barcelona. Mainly a full-back, he can also operate as a central midfielder, defensive midfielder or winger. The 27 years old professional has been liked with Barcelona since 2006 and is still playing for the club. He scored the winner for Barcelona's historic comeback against PSG.
Standing 5 feet 10 inches tall, Roberto's net worth is $6 million. Further, he is married to his long-time girlfriend, Coral Simanovich.
Sergi Roberto has an estimated net worth of $6 million in 2019, including all of his properties and earnings. He currently receives £70,000 as weekly wage with the annual salary of $5 million from his present club Barcelona. His weekly wage in 2015 was reported to be £20,000.
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His recent market value is recorded to be $62 million. Maximum of his net worth is built through his professional career.
Accounting his personal life and affairs, currently 27, Roberto is a happily married man. He got married to his loving girlfriend, Coral Simanovich, an Israeli top model. The couple tied the knot on May 30 in Tel Aviv in a romantic ceremony.
The model and the footballer have been together for three years since they were introduced by Melissa Jimenez, the partner of former Barcelona player Marc Bartra. The couple was engaged in early September 2017.
His spouse Carol has studied fashion and design. Furthermore, the duo has not shared any plans for children.
Sergio Roberto was born as Sergi Roberto Carnicer on 7 February 1992, in; Reus, Spain. He was born to Spanish parents, Maria Rose Carnicer and Joseph Rose Roberto. Talking about his nationality, he is Spanish and is of white ethnicity.
Talking about his footballing career, as a youth he played for Saints Creus, Gimnastic and Barcelona. In the year 2009, he was associated with the Barcelona B team and played with the team for 4 years. He scored a total of 7 goals while playing for the team.
Roberto made his debut for the first team, playing the second half coming as a substitute for Dani Alves on 10 November 2010. In the 2015–16 season, after being reconverted by manager Luis Enrique and merely months after nearly being deemed surplus to requirements, Roberto appeared as a right-back in several games. He still plays for the club and has extended his contract until 2022.
He received his first call-up to the senior squad in March 2016, for the friendly against Romania and Italy. He made his senior international debut on the 27th, as he started in a 0–0 draw against Romania alongside Asensio and Isco in the midfield.