The Euros officially kicked off on July 11 after being delayed by one year due to the coronavirus crisis.
England’s tournament got off to a winning start after the Three Lions secured victory against Croatia in their opening match last weekend, following a winning goal by Man City star Raheem Sterling.
The next game will see England take on Scotland this Friday (June 18) followed by a clash against the Czech Republic next Tuesday (June 22).
But ahead of the next game, we’ve run through the figures behind some of the country’s biggest players.
From Harry Kane to Marcus Rashford, we reveal how much this year’s England Euros squad stars have in the bank.
We don’t know the net worth for all of the England squad, but here are the figures that have been published as part of the most recent Sunday Times Rich List.
Harry Kane – £33m
The England captain and Tottenham Hotspur star is said to have a £33million fortune in the bank from his impressive football career.
Broken down, the 27-year-old striker is reported to take home £200,000 a week or more after signing a new contract until 2024 with Spurs.
However, there are reports that Kane has set his sights on a £100million-plus move to Manchester City – although this hasn’t been confirmed by the man himself or either clubs.
Raheem Sterling – £38m
Raheem Sterling has proved himself to be the star of the England tournament so far, having scored the winning goal in their match against Croatia.
He also has a bank balance to match his talent, with a cool £38million in the bank.
The 26-year-old Man City winger recently came number 21 in the Sunday Times Young Rich List of people under 30.
Marcus Rashford – £16m
Marcus Rashford, 23, was a new entry on this year’s Sunday Times Young Rich List – coming in at number 50 with a fortune of £16million.
But more impressively, the Manchester United striker is now the youngest person ever to top the Sunday Times Giving List.
It comes after he successfully lobbied the UK Government into a U-turn over its free school meals policy for children facing poverty.
Jordan Henderson – £25m
Jordan Henderson, England and Liverpool midfielder, is said to have an impressive net worth of £25million.
Aged 30 years old, he ranked at number 34 on the Sunday Times Young Rich List.
Outside of football, Henderson has just been awarded an MBE for services to charity after becoming an architect of the “Players Together” initiative that encourages professional footballers to donate to the NHS.
Luke Shaw – £24m
Just behind Henderson in the financial stakes is Luke Shaw, who reportedly has a fortune worth £24million.
Aged 25, Shaw currently plays as a left-back for both England and Manchester United.
He is currently managing a wrist injury but that did not prevent him from starting in England’s clash against Croatia.
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