Born in December of 1974 in Ambuaui, Imbabura, Ecuador. Retired Ecuadorian football player Agustín Delgado has an estimated net worth of $12 million. He was a striker who started his career in 1991 at Club Deportivo ESPOLI where he stayed for one season scoring 6 goals in 12 appearance. From 1993 to 1994 Delgado played for Barcelona SC netting 25 times for the team prior to his switch to El Nacional where he scored 30 goals in 30 games. He then went on to join Cruz Azul and Necaxa before penning a big deal (3.5 million pounds) with English side Southampton. However, he managed to play in only 11 games at the club due to series of injuries. He later joined Aucas, UNAM, Barcelona SC, LDU Quito, Emelec, and Valle de Chota where he hung up his boots in 2010. Internationally, he represented Ecuador’s national team between 1994 and 2006 registering 71 caps and 31 games to his name, which made his the all-time top scorer for the nation. At club level Delgado won Serie A in 1995, 1996, 1997, and 2007, Primera Division in 2004, and Copa Livertadores in 2008. With Ecuador he claimed the 1999 Canada Cup.