2022 Updated: Danilo Pereira’s Net Worth, Salary, Football Career, Honours

Danilo Pereira CvIH ComM was born on the 9th of September 1991, he is known as Danilo Pereira, and he is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or centre-back for Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain and the Portugal national team.

 Danilo Pereira

Club career


As per a BBC sport report, Pereira returned to Portugal on the 1st of August 2013, signing with Marítimo. He made his Primeira Liga debut 17 days later in a 2–1 home victory over his former club Benfica, and scored his first goal on the 19th of December in the 2–2 home draw with Braga. He made 32 competitive appearances during the season, helping his team to a sixth-place finish to narrowly miss out on qualification for the UEFA Europa League. Pereira played his last match for the Madeirans on 29 May 2015 in the final of the Taça da Liga, losing 2–1 against Benfica.


ESPN report has it that Pereira agreed to a four-year contract with Porto for a transfer fee of €4.5 million on the 2nd of July 2015, the highest sale in Marítimo’s history, with a buyout clause of €40 million. He scored a career-best six goals – from 33 appearances – in his first year, in a runner-up finish. In the month of October 2016, he was named Porto’s footballer of the year after winning the “Dragão de Ouro” award.

Pereira was named Primeira Liga Midfielder of the Month in September 2017 and repeated the feat in December. On 24 January 2018, he injured his calf in a league match against Sporting CP and was sidelined for several months.

In the final of Taça de Portugal on 25 May 2019, Porto lost him in a 2–2 draw after extra time, and although Pereira scored a try, he finished 5–4 on penalties. After Hector Herrera moved to Atlético, he became the captain of Madrid. His side won his league title that season and on 15 July 2020 he scored the first goal in a 2–0 home victory over Sporting, who sealed the crown.

Paris Saint-Germain

TalkSPORT reports that Pereira joined Paris Saint-Germain on a one-year loan on October 5, 2020. He made his debut 15 days later in a 2–1 defeat to Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League group stage. His Ligue 1 arch also came at centre-back at the Parc des Princes that month, with Dijon his 4–0 victory. He scored his first goal against the latter opponent in the second leg on 27 February 2021 when he headed in a cross from a corner (same score).

PSG eventually finished second behind Lille in the league. This created a commitment to make the transfer permanent, with Pereira bound by the club until 2025. On 6 February 2022, he scored a brace for the first time in his career, helping his side to a 5–1 win over Lille.

International career

BBC game file has it that Pereira selected to symbolize Portugal internationally. He changed into a part of the under-20 aspect that completed 2d on the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Colombia,[34] gambling all seven games (six complete) and scoring withinside the 2–zero semi-very last win over France.

Pereira made his senior worldwide debut on 31 March 2015, changing fellow debutant Bernardo Silva after sixty two mins of an eventual zero–2 pleasant defeat to Cape Verde in Estoril. He changed into additionally decided on for the UEFA Euro 2016 squad via way of means of supervisor Fernando Santos, scoring his first aim withinside the ultimate warm-up game, a 7–zero victory in opposition to Estonia in Lisbon on eight June.

Danilo Pereira’s Net Worth

The thirty-year old has accumulated a net worth of €14,000,000 (£11,900,000).

Danilo Pereira’s Salary

Danilo Pereira signed a contract with Paris Saint-Germain that nets him a whopping salary of 4.5 Million Euro (3.8 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns (€12,329) per day and (€513) per hour!



Primeira Liga: 2017–18, 2019–20

Taça de Portugal: 2019–20

Paris Saint-Germain

Ligue 1: 2021–22

Coupe de France: 2020–21

Trophée des Champions: 2020, 2022

Portugal U20

FIFA U-20 World Cup runner-up: 2011


UEFA European Championship: 2016

UEFA Nations League: 2018–19

FIFA Confederations Cup third place: 2017


SJPF Young Player of the Month: August/September 2015

SJPF Primeira Liga Team of the Year: 2016, 2017

FC Porto Player of the Year – Dragão de Ouro Award: 2016

Primeira Liga Midfielder of the Month: September 2017, December 2017

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