He doesn't have the popularity of Christian Pulisic, who's one of the great figures of Chelsea, a team that will play in the Champions League final next Saturday. Nor that of Giovanni Reyna, who's one of Borussia Dortmund's best players in the Bundesliga. But equally he's one of the American players who play in European soccer who represent the country and write history on a daily basis.
The mention goes to Zack Steffen, Manchester City goalkeeper who became the first American to be champion in the Premier League and may be the second to make the Olympic turn in the Champions League in case his team's consecrated in the final of next week against Pulisic's Chelsea.
Steffen's the second goalkeeper in Manchester City, behind the Brazilian Ederson. At 26 years old, he's gaining experience in one of the best clubs in the world and dreams of being able to seize the title in a short period of time. But well, how much is his salary in the team that Josep Guardiola coaches?
Zack Steffen salary in Manchester City
At £ 2,392,000 a year, making £ 46,000 a week, Zack Steffen ranks 18th among Manchester City's highest paid players.