Bastian Schweinsteiger is a German footballer of English club Manchester United who plays as a midfielder for the club. Bastian was born on 1st August, 1984 in Kolbermoor, West Germany to Alfred Schweinsteiger and his wife Monika Schweinsteiger. Before playing for Manchester United he has played 500 matches with Bayern Munich on scoring 68 goals overall and spent 13 seasons with the club. He has been with Manchester United since 2015. He has also played for the German National team from 2004 to 2016.

Schweini or Basti, are the lovely nick names known to his fans which they used to call him with. His elder brother Tobias Schweinsteiger is also a professional footballer and has also played for Bayern Munich. Both the brothers are known with their expertise in their game and has excelled individually in it.

Bastian Schweinsteiger Net Worth 2017-2018

Bastian had a 7 years relationship with model Sarah Branded from 2007 to July 2014, during which they also lived together in Munich. In September 2014, Bastian started dating Serbian tennis player Ana Ivanovic and were in a relationship for 2 years with her. The couple made their relationship permanent and stronger by giving it bond of marriage and they wed on 12 July, 2016 in Venice, Italy.

Bastian Schweinsteiger Net Worth in year 2017 is approximately $100 Million US Dollars

Bastian Schweinsteiger holds a net worth of $100 million US dollars in 2017. He is enlisted in the Forbes list of world’s top 100 highest paid athletes. As his main source of wealth is soccer, he has earned an amount of $19.4 million with it yet and has gained $3 million with endorsements.

Bastian Schweinsteiger Assets

Well, this most famous and top footballer of Germany is also an automobile lover and has filled up his garage with collection of many of the popular cars that can make the auto freaks go little envious of him. It comprises of his Bavaria company car, an SUV Q7 both white and black at 70K euros, the Audi S8 worth 101,600 euros, Audi R8 super car worth 114,800 euros and small S6 of 80K euros.

While playing at Bayern Munich, he has grabbed many of the titles. His honours during the time in club include eight Bundesliga titles, UEFA Champions League title, UEFA Super Cup title, seven DFB-Pokal titles and a FIFA World Cup title. He has achieved 121 caps and scored 24 goals and is titled as Germany’s fourth most-capped player of all time since now. He was appraised as the best midfielder of the world while he was associated with Bayern.

His international football career started in 2004. During his period of career in international football, he was the captain of national team and got retired on 29 July 2016 from international football. He has won title of Footballer of the Year in Germany in 2013. He won Man of the Match title in 2006 FIFA World Cup for his dazzling act of long-range strikes in the third-place match against Portugal.

He is the first German player to set a record of playing 41 matches for the German National Team at the age of 22 years only. Also, in winning trophy of World Cup of 2014 FIFA World Cup Final, his performance was remarkable.

In addition to all this, he was recently titled as FA Cup 2016 Man of the Match and made the Manchester United won against Wigan Athletic.

The Manchester United has now been more positive for the German player after he has scored for the club his very first Old Trafford goal. He has been in the club’s account again after following his return to the first team squad. The player was expected to leave the club by this January but that has not yet happened. Although his contract with United is going to expire in 18 months but he is expected to leave during the summer transfer window. Recently, Bastian along with his wife was spotted meeting his former team-mate at lunch.

This football star of Germany has always been a lucky mascot to the Manchester United club in winning plenty of games. His fan followers are looking forward to see him in the team in long term. He has played with a complete athletic herculean spirit throughout his career.

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