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Carlos Peña does not think about retirement. El Gullit was without a team after Club Vida de Honduras ended its contract due to non-sports problems. But financially it was the best thing the Mexican soccer player could do, Well, this allowed him to sign for Al Dhaid Sharjah and fill his pockets with money.
The work of the Gullit Peña agent is truly amazing. The Mexican soccer player has constantly stained his career due to his indiscipline that has led him to leave through the back door of several clubs. Nonetheless, the former Chivas de Guadalajara player got a new opportunity to succeed in soccer in the United Arab Emirates.
From an economic point of view, the new Gullit contract represents a totally grotesque change from what I had before. From only receiving $6,000 dollars a month, Carlos Peña will now receive a large sum of money that equates it with the mega-contracts of Liga MX.
Gullit Peña does not envy Liga MX
When making the comparison, Carlos Peña would have nothing to envy to the great stars of Mexican soccer. Gullit’s large salary at Al Dhaid Sharjah would put him on a par with the most expensive salaries in Mexican soccer. According to information from Mediatiempo, Gullit Peña would receive close to $180,000 dollars a month.
Andre-Pierre Gignac, UANL Tigres soccer player ($4.6 million dollars a year).
Rogelio Funes Morisoccer player for Rayados de Monterrey ($3.8 million dollars a year).
Fernando GorriaranUANL Tigres soccer player ($2.5 million dollars a year).
Gullit PeñaAl Dhaid Sharjah footballer ($2.1 million dollars a year).
Guido PizarroUANL Tigres soccer player ($1.8 million dollars a year).
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