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Robbie Keane net worth:
2.917 million USD
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Keane is a proven goalscorer who also doubles as a playmaker, wandering deep into midfield to assist facilitate pressure and begin strikes when he plays for the national team. He could be the joint second best international scorer among active players—Miroslav Klose leads with 68. He could be the fifth highest grading European ever, alongside Hungary’s Pusks and Kocsis and Germany’s Mller and Klose.
Keane was Ireland’s top scorer in the 2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea and Japan, with three goals along with a born-again penalty in the shootout with Spain. He became the very first male Irish player to score 50 international goals in June 2011. With 130 total caps, he’s Ireland’s most capped player of time and is an associate of the FIFA Century Club.
Keane started his professional career at Wolverhampton Wanderers, scoring twice on his first team debut aged 17. The next season he was the team’s top goalscorer and scored his first international goal with Republic of Ireland. He shifted team often between 1999 and 2002, breaking transport fee records, but his short bouts at Internazionale and Leeds United were unexceptional. He joined Tottenham Hotspur in 2002 and played there for six years.
Keane went to Liverpool in July 2008 but he spent just half a year in the club before returning Tottenham, where he was made first team captain. In January 2010, Keane moved on loan to Scottish Premier League side Celtic for the remaining season. He left Tottenham for Los Angeles Galaxy in 2011. In January 2012, Keane joined Premier League side Aston Villa on a two-month loan, during the MLS off season. Keane’s pedigree was strengthened when he became Ireland’s record goalscorer in 2004 and Steve Staunton named him national team captain in 2006.
On 21 January 2012, Keane reached the rare feat of having scored goals in contests for ten distinct teams, when he scored twice for Aston Villa against his former team Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League.