Born in Sunderland, England on June 17, 1990. English professional soccer player Jordan Henderson, who is currently playing as a midfielder for Liverpool and his country’s national team, has an estimated net worth of $15 million. Henderson started off his career by joining Sunderland’s youth academy before making a breakthrough into the club’s senior team in 2008. He then went on to make 71 appearances and score 4 goals for the English side prior to his switch to Liverpool in 2011 for a transfer fee believed to be between £16 million and £20 million. After enduring a difficult start at the Reds, Henderson eventually established himself as a key member in squad and also became the club’s vice-captain. So far, he has featured in 135 games and scored 17 goals for the English side. On 23 April 2015, Liverpool offered Henderson a new and better five-year contract worth £100,000 a week.
Internationally, he represented England’s under-19, under-20 and under-21 team before being called up to join the country’s senior team in 2010, having to date had 20 caps to his name. With Liverpool, Henderson has won Football League Cup in 2011-12 season, while he has also claimed several individual awards including England U21 Player of the Year Award, Liverpool Young Player of the Year Award, and Sunderland Young Player of the Year Award.