Arsenal started the season in a terrible way under Mikel Arteta losing to Brentford and Manchester City. The Spaniard was under tremendous pressure but he turned it around once he got his full squad back. Youngster Emile Smith Rowe has been an integral part of this turnaround. Arteta asked a lot from the youngster and he delivered it. Recently his performance in the North London derby was highly appreciated by footballer experts from all over the world. His technical ability and trit to adapt quickly in transitions make him a brilliant asset for this Arsenal squad. Alongside football, Emile Smith Rowe’s net worth is also growing rapidly. Let’s take a look at his numbers.
Born in 2000, in South London, Emile Smith Rowe’s first step in football was from Arsenal Hale End academy. His love affair with the gunners started back in 2010 and since then he was a red through and through. After coming through the ranks in the academy impressing almost everyone he caught the attention of then manager Unai Emery. He signed his first professional contract in 2018. Emery gave him his first-team debut in the following season. But due to a lack of minutes, he joined RB Leipzig in the winter transfer window. However, a groin injury ruined his loan spell in Germany and he only managed to play 2 times for them. In 2020, he joined Championship side Huddersfield. In this spell, he excelled to his full potential. He was an integral part of the team and they secured the promotion back to Premier League. He returned to Arsenal after completing his loan spell the following season.
Life in London:
The lavish lifestyle in London suited Smith Rowe quite well as he resumed his Arsenal career and he was an important part of the squad. Arteta likes to play fluid passing attacking football and Smith Rowe is the perfect profile for the system. Though the team underperformed he was a major highlight of the season. Naturally, his wealth also grew rapidly. After signing a five-year contract in 2021, his estimated net worth is approximately $1.5 Million. He signed a 5 year / £5,200,000 contract with the Arsenal F.C., including an annual average salary of £1,040,000.
He started the season very well individually and that will only get better as his manager has explained that he is hungry for more. Last season was too tough to take for the gunners and they are looking forward to making it better this season.