Rodrygo (conceived 14 February 1998) Osasco, São Paulo, Brazilian.
Adolescence and Early Life
He joined Santos’ childhood setup in 2011 at ten years old. The young athlete was originally assigned to the futsal team.
In March 2017, with his first team regulars in Peru for a Copa Libertadores coordinate against Sporting Cristal, he was asked to join the primary team by then manager Dorival Júnior to complete his training.
On 21 July 2017, Rodrygo went on to sign his first professional contract, in the wake of consenting to a five-year contract. On 1 November, he was promoted to the main squad by then manager Elano.
Rodrygo made his first team – and Série A – debut on 4 November 2017, coming up as a substitute for Bruno Henrique in a 3–1 home win against Atlético Mineiro.
On 25 January he scored his first senior objective, netting a very late champ in a 2–1 Campeonato Paulista away win against Ponte Preta.
Rodrygo made his Copa Libertadores debut on 1 March 2018, substituting Eduardo Sasha in a 2–0 loss against Real Garcilaso; matured 17 years and 50 days, that made him the youngest player of Santos to show up in the challenge. After fifteen days he scored his first objective in the competition, netting his team’s second through an individual exertion in a 3–1 win against Nacional at the Pacaembu Stadium; at 17, two months and six days, Rodrygo became the youngest Brazilian to score in the competition.
Rodrygo also scored his first goal in the primary classification of Brazilian football on 14 April 2018, netting the toward the end in a 2–0 home win against Ceará. On 3 June, he scored a hat-trick and furthermore helped Gabriel’s last goal in a 5–2 home routing of Vitória.
On 26 July 2018, the young athlete changed his shirt number from 43 to 9 (a number he previously wore during the Libertadores).For the 2019 campaign, he again exchanged numbers, presently to jersey 11, recently worn by individual youth graduate Neymar.
On 15 June 2018, Real Madrid made a deal with Santos for the exchange of Rodrygo, with the player joining Los Blancos in June 2019 and signing until 2025.The transfer fee was rumored to be €45 million, with Santos getting €40 million as the club possessed 80% of his rights with the rest claimed by Rodrygo’s agents.
On 30 March 2017, Rodrygo joined the Brazillian under-17s for the year’s Montaigu Tournament. He made his presentation in the title by scoring his side’s first and only goal in a 2–1 misfortune against Denmark, and got two more against Cameroon and United States.
On 7 March 2018, Rodrygo and Santos partner Yuri Alberto were called up to the under-20s, yet both were cut from the squad six days after an order from the club’s president.
Rodrygo’s dad, Eric,was also a soccer veteran . He played right back, he never showed up in any league higher than the Série B.
He was born on 14 February 1998 in in Norway, he is currently 21 years.
Rodrygo’s Net Worth
He earns around £1,000,000 as a yearly salary from his current club. As of 2018, his net worth stands at £50,000,000.
He keeps a low profile, but rumors of him being in a relationship with his high school crush are all over the web.
His daughter’s name is being gathered
His son’s name is in review
He salary is £40,000
He wife’s name is in review
His fathers’s name is Eric Goes
His fathers’s name is Denise Goes
His brother’s name is Aksel Bolin