Inigo Martinez

Inigo Martinez Net Worth, Income, Career & All Wiki [World Cup 2022]

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What is Inigo Martinez recent Net worth?
$2 million

Who is Inigo Martinez?

Inigo Martinez Berridi (born 17 May 1991) is a Spanish professional footballer who mostly plays as a center-back for Athletic Bilbao and the Spanish national team.

After making his debut at the age of 20, he spent most of his professional career with Real Sociedad, appearing in 238 appearances (17 goals scored) in all competitions. Athletic Bilbao signed him in 2018.

In 2013, Martinez earned his first cap for Spain.

As of date, the information regarding his family and siblings remains under review. Born in Ondarroa, Martinez’s playing style is similar to Carles Puyol, dangerous in set-pieces.

Martinez is married to his longstanding gorgeous lover, Nere Grana, and lives a busy soccer player’s life in the professional leagues. During their vacations and holidays, the lovely couple was frequently seen.

The couple married in front of their family and friends, and they are the proud parents of two lovely girls. Martinez enjoys spending time with his family during the holidays following a demanding career as a soccer player in La Liga.

For the time being, the specifics concerning his children are being kept under wraps.

According to astrologers, he belongs to the Taurus zodiac family. Martinez stands six feet tall and weighs over 77Kg.

The Career of Inigo Martinez

Martnez, who was born in Ondarroa, Biscay, joined Real Sociedad’s youth divisions after joining local CD Aurrerá Ondarroa. In the 2009–10 season, he made his senior debut, contributing 23 games and one goal to assist the reserves in advance from the fourth level after a year away.

Martnez made his first-team – and La Liga – debut with the Basques on August 27, 2011, when he played the entire 90 minutes in a 2–1 away win over Sporting de Gijón. He scored his first league goal on October 2nd, from inside his half, in a 2–1 home derby loss to Athletic Bilbao.

Martnez signed a new five-year contract on April 26, 2016.

Martnez signed a contract with Athletic Bilbao on 30 January 2018 for €32 million (his contractual buyout clause amount and a record outlay for the buying club), which was roughly half of the fee received the same day for the player he replaced in the Athletic squad, Aymeric Laporte, who had moved to Manchester City. He made his debut on February 4th, appearing for the duration of Girona FC’s 2–0 domestic league defeat.

Martnez was awarded two penalties for foul challenges in two local derby matches in the domestic league in October 2018, both of which resulted in the opening goal and were awarded after VAR reviews – the first in a 3–1 home defeat to his old club Real Sociedad and the second in a 1–1 away draw against SD Eibar.

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Martnez scored his first goal for Athletic with a backheel flick in a home league match against Betis on June 20, 2020 (in his 85th competitive game). He later gave up a penalty, but the kick was missed, and he ended up scoring the game’s only goal.

Martnez was in the spotlight in the delayed 2020 Copa del Rey Final, coming close to scoring with a long-range shot in the first half, but appeared to have conceded a penalty for handball on the edge of the penalty area at the start of the second half – a VAR review ruled this to have been outside the box – then did concede a penalty for a foul on Portu ten minutes later. The referee sent him off, but a VAR review determined that he had not purposefully denied a goalscoring opportunity, and the red card was downgraded to a yellow. Real won the trophy with a 1–0 result after the penalty was scored. He was hailed in the media for his sportsmanship afterward, as he was seen taking time to congratulate his numerous old teammates.

His both club’s and country’s jersey number is 4.

He has scored 26goals in his club career.

In 2011, Martnez made his debut for Spain’s under-21 team. He was chosen by manager Luis Milla for his team that competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London the following year. He was sent off late in the first half of the first game against Japan for taking down Kensuke Nagai, depriving a clear goalscoring opportunity and resulting in a 1–0 loss.

Martnez earned his full-team debut on August 14, 2013, when he came on as a second-half substitute for Sergio Ramos in a 2–0 friendly victory over Ecuador.

He received eleven caps, including seven starts, between September 2018 and March 2021, but he was left out of Luis Enrique’s 24-man squad for the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament (which was postponed for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe) when it was announced on May 24, with the player stating that he was not completely satisfied with his physical situation after missing several club matches during the season and that an agreement had been reached between him and the nation.

Recently he has been called up for national team training and he’s expected to play in World Cup 2022 as a key player for Spain.

What is the Net worth of Inigo Martinez?

According to the sources, Inigo Martinez’s estimated net worth is approximately $2 million. Spain’s center-back Martinez’s property includes his money, earnings, cars, houses, and assets.

The center-back for Athletic Bilbao makes the most of his money via playing football for numerous top clubs as well as various sponsorships and brand deals. Inigo Martinez is a Nike endorser, but the money he makes from such arrangements is kept under wraps.

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Martinez earns £147,000 per week as a member of Athletic Bilbao, equating to £7,644,000 per year. He is one of the club’s highest-paid players and has had some good luck so far.

Martinez’s contract with the club will expire on June 30, 2023. His current market value, as of December 30, 2021, is €25.0 million.

Awards, Titles, and Achievements

He has won many titles with his clubs, nationals, and individuals.

Athletic Bilbao

  • Supercopa de Espana: 2020-2021

International Spain

  • UEFA European U-21 Championship: 2013
  • UEFA Nation’s League: Runner up(2020-2021)


  • UEFA U-21 Championship team of the tournament: 2013