Chilean soccer player Eduardo Vargas has an estimated net worth of $3 million. Born November 20, 1989 in Santiago, Chile. He is a wing-back who began playing with amateur teams Renca, Santiago and didn’t join other youth teams since his house was far from any clubs. Vargas was later discovered by Osvaldo Hurtado and Jorge Aravena and was included in the Cobreloa squad in 2006 after passing a series of tests. He played for the club until 2009 making 49 appearances and scoring 10 goals. He has also played his trade at Universidad de Chile (between 2010 and 2012), Italian side Napoli (starting from 2012), Grêmio (on loan in 2013 from Napoli), Valencia (on loan in 2014 from Napoli), and Queens Park Rangers (on loan in 2014 from Napoli). Meanwhile, he has also represented Chile’s national soccer team in international competitions since his being called up to join the squad in 2010 and was part of the country’s final 23 players for the 2014 Summer FIFA World Cup in Brazil. In Chile’s second group tie with reigning world champions Spain, Vargas struck the team’s opening goal as they knocked the European team out of the tournament.