Franco Armani

Franco Armani Net Worth, Income, Career & All Wiki [World Cup 2022]

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What is Franco Armani recent Net worth?
$2 million

Who is Franco Armani?

Franco Armani is an Argentine national football goalkeeper who currently plays for River Plate in Argentina’s Primera Division.

Franco Armani was born to Analia Rimoldi(mother) on October 16, 1986, in Casilda, Santa De, Argentina. Belonging to Argentina’s white ethnicity, the Argentine was included in the country’s 23-man roster for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

In terms of his personal life, the Argentine footballer is married to Daniela Rendon, a Paisa model. The two first met for a dinner date in 2016. Daniela, his wife, is a law student who has committed her life to model and has been well-known since she was elected Miss Sonrisa in 2006.

Armani has a net worth of  $2 million and has a market value of €3.50 million. He currently makes €18,000 per week, or €936,000 per year, from his hometown club, River Plate. Aside from his club contract, the footballer earns a sizable income through sponsorship deals, not to mention his national team salary.

Franco Armani, who is currently thirty-five years old, measures six feet two inches tall and weighs roughly 85 kilograms. He has brown eyes with black pupils and has black hair.

Armani is an avid Instagram user with 1.6 million followers who frequently shares photos with his wife. Similarly, he is also active on Facebook with 153k followers.

Club career of Franco Armani

Franco Armani River Plate

Player: Franco Armani for River Plate (source: BeSoccer)

Ferro Carril Oeste 

In 2006, Franco Armani began his professional football career with Ferro Carril Oeste. He joined the club for two seasons and made 45 appearances. 

Deportivo Merlo

He left Ferro Carril Oeste for Deportivo Merlo in 2008. He played for 2 seasons with 37 appearances for the club.

Atlético Nacional

Armani joined Atlético Nacional in 2010. He won thirteen trophies throughout his eight seasons with the club, including the 2016 Copa Libertadores in South America’s Champions League versus Independiente del Valle.

River Plate

Armani signed a three-year contract with River Plate on January 11, 2018, for a reported transfer price of $3.15 million, which was extended for another year in May 2018.

He has been playing for the club since 2018 and has won 6 trophies for River Plate. He has won Supercopa Argentina 2017 and 2019, Copa Libertadores 2018, Recopa Sudamericana 2019, Copa Argentina 2019 and Primera Division 2021.

International Career

Franco Armani Copa America

Player: Franco Armani for Argentina (source: CGTN)

Franco Armani has made 17 appearances for the Argentina national team. Along with teammates Javier Mascherano, Sergio Aguero, and Marcos Rojo, he was named to Argentina’s 23-man roster for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in June 2018.

He was also selected for the Copa America 2021 and won the trophy. It was the first Copa America title for Argentina in 18 years.

Atlético Nacional

  • Categoría Primera A: 2011-I, 2013-I, 2013-II, 2014-I, 2015-II, 2017-I
  • Copa Colombia: 2012, 2013, 2016
  • Superliga Colombiana: 2012, 2016
  • Copa Libertadores: 2016
  • Recopa Sudamericana: 2017

River Plate

  • Supercopa Argentina: 2017, 2019
  • Copa Libertadores: 2018; runner-up: 2019
  • Recopa Sudamericana: 2019
  • Copa Argentina: 2019
  • Primera Division: 2021


  • Copa América: 2021


Below is the chart showing the comparison of Franco Armani's goals with other Goalkeeper players. The selected players for comparison include Joao Cancelo, Jordan Pickford, Tyrone Mings, Diego Palacios.