Agustín Delgado Net Worth

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Agustín Delgado net worth:
$12 Million

Agustín Delgado Net Worth: Agustín Delgado is a retired Ecuadorian football player who has a net worth of $12 million. He is better known by his on-the-field nickname, Tin, which is derived from his first given name. Throughout his career, he has become the all-time top scorer for his country, Ecuador's, team. His record sits at 31 goals in 71 soccer games. Additionally, he has also played professional club soccer in Ecuador, as well as Mexico and England. Delgado was born in December of 1974 in Ambuaui, Imbabura, Ecuador. He started playing soccer professionally back in 1991 with Club Deportivo ESPOLI, and then transferred in 1994 to Barcelona SC. Throughout the 90s and early 2000s he continued to move from team to team, helping secure various championships and awards. Then in 2001, he signed a large contract (3.5 million pounds) with England's Southampton. However, injuries kept him from playing more than a few games. He moved to Barcelona SC in 2005. Delgado announced his retirement in 2011. For his efforts in professional soccer, Delgado has received a number of awards: two with Barcelona, one with El Nacional, one with UNAM, two with LDU Quito, and the Canada Cup for 1999. He played for Ecuador at the time and helped advance the team through the tournament.

Agustín Delgado Net Worth

Agustín Delgado

Net Worth:$12 Million
Date of Birth:Dec 23, 1974 (44 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession:Football player
Nationality:Ecuador
Last Updated:2018
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