Caoimhin Kelleher is an Irish professional footballer who currently plays for the Premier League Liverpool as a goalkeeper and this article will reveal more about the player’s Net Worth, Salary, Sponsors, Wife, Tattoos, Cars and so on.
Caoimhín Odhrán Kelleher famously called Caoimhin Kelleher started his senior footballing career with Liverpool and is currently the second option for the German coach Jurgen Klopp at the post for Liverpool. Since 2019, he’s earned 4 caps for Liverpool.
This young keeper has been busy in training and many fans believe that he will be the next great heir of Brazilian Keeper Alisson Becker. Let us see more detail about the player’s bio in the following paragraphs.
Caoimhin Kelleher Facts And Wiki
|Where did you get your start?||Cork (Ireland)|
|Mother’s Name||Jacqueline Kelleher|
|Birthday||23. November 1998|
|Accomplishments||1x Champion League Winner
1x English Champion
1x English FA Cup winner
1x English League Cup winner
1x Uefa Super cup winner
Caoimhin Kelleher Salary and Net Worth
Kelleher’s primary source of income is from his footballing career. His net worth as of 2022 was estimated to be around $2 million. The market value of the player is valued at €8 million as of 2022. The player currently earns a salary of around £1.7 million pounds per year from the Reds.
Caoimhin Kelleher Club Career
Kelleher played football for Ringmahon Rangers in his youth. In 2015, he joined Liverpool Premier League and continued to train with the youths of Liverpool until 2019. He was a part of Liverpool’s preseason squad that travelled to the US in 2018.
Kelleher signed his professional agreement with the club on August 2018. Kelleher won the 2019 UEFA Champions League alongside Liverpool. He played as an unutilized substitute, and he won the trophy to become the 12th Irish winner.
He was on the bench for the 2019 UEFA Super Cup against Chelsea in Istanbul in which Liverpool won. He was included even though he wasn’t fully healed from the wrist injury sustained by Alisson, first-choice keeper. He made his debut on 25 September 2019 in an EFL Cup Third Round match against Milton Keynes Dons in a 2-0 win with a clean sheet for the keeper.