Alex Sandro

Alex Sandro Net Worth, Income, Career & All Wiki [World Cup 2022]

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What is Alex Sandro recent Net worth?
$33 million

Who is Alex Sandro?

Alex Sandro is a well-known professional football player who plays as a left-back for Juventus and the Brazilian national team and is known as Lobo Silva. He is a well-known celebrity in Brazil. He is well-known for his contributions to the workplace. He excels in the left-back position. He is currently a member of Juventus F.C. He had previously represented Atletico Paranaense. He is left-footed.

Alex Sandro, a passionate and eager player, was born on January 26th, 1991. He was born and reared in the Brazilian city of Catanduva. Reinaldo Ramos da Silva is his father’s name. Alex Sandro Lobo Silva is his full name. His nationality is Brazilian because he was born to Brazilian parents. Aquarius is his astrological sign. He began his career in football at a young age.

Alex is a happily married man. He has a wife named Natalia Regina. They appear to be in love with each other. The duo is frequently seen together in public. There is no indication that they are apart. They are living in harmony. Alexia, the couple’s daughter, was born to them. She was born on the 8th of October in the year 2016. His wife is rumored to be pregnant again after he tweeted a photo that sparked widespread speculation.

As a D/WB/M L for Juventus, Alex Sandro earns £153,000 per week and £7,956,000 per year. Alex Sandro has an estimated net worth of £27,352,000. Alex Sandro is a 28-year-old Brazilian native. His current deal runs out on June 30, 2023.

Sandro stands 1.8 meters tall and weighs roughly 80 kilograms. He has 2 million Instagram followers and 13.8k Twitter followers.

The Career of Alex Sandro

Alex Sandro Juventus

Player: Alex Sandro Juventus(source:

Alex Sandro earned his first call up to the senior side in October 2008 after an amazing number of awards with the Atletico Paranaense junior setup and a strong performance in the Copa Parana with the U23 side. He only played one game in the Brasileiro, on October 18, when he faced Internacional. Alex Sandro, who appeared in eight games for Atletico in the Campeonato Paranaense in 2009, was a key figure in the club’s championship run. On the 25th of January, he scored his first goal against Rio Branco, transferring the ball to himself around the goalie. He had participated in nine Brasileiro matches as early as October 2009, totaling 269 minutes.

Santos signed Alex Sandro on a two-year loan contract in 2010. Atletico Paranaense sold him to the investors, entrusting the registration rights to Uruguayan club Deportivo Maldonado. According to Atletico Paranaense’s 2010 financial report, Deportivo Maldonado paid the club R$1,114,000 for undisclosed player transfers.

Alex Sandro was recruited by Portuguese Primeira Liga club Porto for €9.6 million from proxy team Deportivo Maldonado on July 23, 2011. He agreed to a five-year contract with a €50 million release clause.

Alex Sandro signed a five-year contract with Italian Serie A winners Juventus on August 20, 2015. In a 1–1 home draw against Chievo in Serie A on September 12, 2015, he made his club debut. Juventus, the defending champions, had a terrible start to the season, and by late October, they were in the bottom half of the table. The team staged a recovery that began on October 31 with a last-gasp Turin derby victory, with the Brazilian left-back playing a major role in the turnaround.

Despite scoring their own goal in a 3–1 away loss to Genoa, Alex Sandro continued his excellent form from the previous season. After a string of strong performances, he displaced incumbent Patrice Evra as the starting left defender. In January 2017, the Frenchman relocated to Marseille.

Alex Sandro made 43 appearances in all competitions this season, 11 more than the previous year. As a result, he became one of Massimiliano Allegri’s most regularly used players. In terms of statistics, the Brazilian upped his goalscoring output, even more, scoring three times in the league as Juventus won their third consecutive league and cup double. Alex Sandro made 39 appearances for Juventus in all competitions in his third season with the club, scoring four goals from 26 league games, all of which came in Serie A; he ended the 2017–18 season by earning his third consecutive domestic double with the club.

In a 1–0 away win over Manchester United on October 23, 2018, Alex Sandro made his 50th UEFA Champions League appearance (excluding qualifying rounds). On March 30, 2019, he made his 100th Serie A appearance for Juventus in a 1–0 home win over Empoli. He made his 150th appearance for Juventus in the club’s next league fixture, a 2–0 away win against Cagliari on April 2. He scored the temporary equalizer on April 20 as Juventus recovered from behind to upset Fiorentina 2–1 at home and won Serie A.

Alex Sandro assisted Giorgio Chiellini’s goal in a 1–0 away win against Parma on the opening day of the 2019–20 Serie A season on August 24, 2019. In a 2–1 away win against Sampdoria on December 18, he supplied two assists, one for Paulo Dybala and the other for Cristiano Ronaldo.

Alex Sandro was called up to the Brazil under-20 team in August 2009, alongside teammates Raul, Renan Foguinho, and Gabriel Pimba, after playing for the Brazilian under-18 team. At the age of 18, he made his debut in a friendly match. He was a member of the 2011 South American Youth Championship winning team in Peru, as well as the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup-winning team in Colombia, where he also played in the tournament final against Portugal, which Brazil won 3–2 in extra time.

Alex Sandro earned his senior international debut against Gabon in a 2–0 away win on November 10, 2011. On October 12, 2018, he scored his first international goal in a 2–0 friendly away win over Saudi Arabia. Manager Tite named Sandro to Brazil’s 23-man roster for the 2019 Copa América, which will be held on home soil. On the 22nd of June, Sandro came on as a replacement for Filipe Luis in Brazil’s last group encounter, a 5–0 win over Peru. He made another substitute appearance in the quarter-final encounter against Paraguay on June 27, replacing the injured Filipe Luis at half-time; Brazil proceeded to the semi-finals 4–3 on penalties after a 0–0 draw.

On July 7, Sandro started the 2019 Copa América Final against Peru at the Maracana Stadium, which Brazil won 3–1. He scored the opening goal in Brazil’s 4–0 triumph over Peru in the 2021 Copa América’s second group match, which took place on home soil, on June 17, 2021.

Career Earnings:

Year Weekly Wage Yearly Salary Club Position League Age Contract Expiry
2020 £153,000 £7,956,000 Juventus D/WB/M L Serie A 28 30-06-2023
2019 £92,000 £4,784,000 Juventus D/WB/M L Serie A 27 30-06-2020
2018 £92,000 £4,784,000 Juventus D/WB/M L Serie A 26 30-06-2020
2017 £89,000 £4,628,000 Juventus D/WB/M L Serie A 25 29-06-2020
2016 £70,000 £3,640,000 Juventus D/WB L Serie A 23 29-06-2020
2015 £14,000 £728,000 Futebol Clube do Porto – SAD D/WB L Portuguese Premier League 23 29-06-2016
2014 £16,000 £832,000 Futebol Clube do Porto – SAD D/WB L Portuguese Premier League 22 29-06-2016

Awards, Titles, and Achievements

Alex Sandro Brazil

Player: Alex Sandro Brazil (source:

Alex Sandro has won several titles and individual awards in his career.


  • Copa do Brasil: 2010
  • Copa Libertadores: 2011
  • Campeonato Paulista: 2010, 2011


  • Primeira Liga: 2011–12, 2012–13
  • Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira: 2013


  • Serie A: 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18, 2018–19, 2019–20
  • Coppa Italia: 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18, 2020–21; runner-up: 2019–20, 2021–22
  • Supercoppa Italiana: 2018
  • UEFA Champions League runner-up: 2016–17

Brazil U20

  • FIFA U-20 World Cup: 2011
  • South American U-20 Championship: 2011


  • Copa América: 2019
  • Superclásico de las Américas: 2018


  • O Jogo Team of the Year: 2012, 2013
  • Serie A Team of the Year: 2016–17, 2017–18
  • FIFA FIFPro World11 nominee 2019 (20th defender)