Is Franco Armani still Married with Wife? His Career & Net Worth 2022
Facts of Franco Armani
|Full Name:||Franco Armani|
|Birth Date:||October 16, 1986|
|Height:||6 feet 2 inches (1.88m)|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Birth Place||Casilda, Santa Fe, Argentina|
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Franco Armani is an Argentine professional football goalkeeper who is currently for Argentina’s national team and Primera Division club side River Plate.
What is the nationality of Franco Armani?
Franco Armani was born on 16th October 1986, Casilda, Santa De, Argentina. As of 2022, he is 36 years old and his horoscope is Libra. He is the daughter of Analia Rimoldi (mother). Franco holds an Argentine nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. Similarly, he follows the Christianity religion.
Who is Franco Armani’s Wife?
Franco Armani is a happily married man but has no children yet. He tied the wedding knot with Daniela Rendon a Paisa model who holds thousands of followers on her social sites.
The couple first met in the year 2016, at dinner and fell in love. Franco proposed to his girlfriend after a few months of a relationship. His wife, Daniela is a young law student who has dedicated her life to modeling.
She stood out for her beauty and voluptuous body since her childhood days, however, she became known in Antioquia since she was Miss Sonrisa in the year 2006. Franco has shared some pictures with his wife on Instagram. The couple seems happy as seen on their social networking
What is Franco Armani Net Worth and Salary?
Franco Armani has an estimated net worth of around $2 million as of 2022. Her market value is around €3.50 million. Moreover, Franco earns €18k as his weekly wage i.e. around €936k annually from his native club, River Plate.
Franco Armani’s Height and Weight
Franco Armani stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches tall and his body weight is around 85 Kg. Franco has brown colored hair and eyes color.
Franco Armani’s Career
Franco Armani began his professional football career, playing for Ferro Carril Oeste in the year 2006. He spends two seasons with the club, compiling 45 game appearances without scoring a single goal.
In the year 2008, he left Ferro Carril Oeste for the Deportivo Merlo.
In the year 2010, he signed to Atletico Merlo. Throughout his eight seasons with the club, Franco won thirteen trophies with the club, notably the 2016 Copa Libertadores in South America’s Champions League against Independiente del Valle.
On 11th January 2018, he joined River Plate, signing a three-year contract for a reported transfer fee of around $3.15 million, which was renewed for an additional year in May 2018. On 14th March, Franco got the award of the man of the match in the club’s 2–0 victory against Boca Juniors for the 2017 Supercopa Argentina.
Franco Armani’s International career
In June 2018, he was counted in Argentina’s 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup along with his teammates Javier Mascherano, Sergio Aguero, and Marcos Rojo.
On 25th June 2018, it was announced that Franco would replace Willy Caballero for Argentina’s World Cup match against Nigeria for the final game of their group in the 2018 FIFA World Cup, after the unsatisfactory results against Croatia and Iceland.