Born in Madrid, Spain on August 31, 1982. Spanish professional footballer Pepe Reina, who is currently playing as a shot-stopper for Bayern Munich and his country’s national team, has an estimated net worth of $9 million. The Spaniard started off his career in 1988 by joining Barcelona’s youth academy and continued through the youth ranks until making his first appearance with the Barcelona C team back in 1999. After winning a promotion to Barcelona B in the same year, he eventually made a breakthrough into the senior team F.C. Barcelona in 2000. There, he featured 30 times for the club prior to his switch to Villarreal in 2002 and to Premier League side Liverpool in 2005. Following the transfer, Reina established himself as an important member for the club for where he made 285 appearances. In 2013 he was loaned out to Napoli before joining Bayern Munich in 2014. Internationally, Reina has represented Spain at all levels and been with the country’s first team since 2005. So far, the shot-stopper has won scores of titles at club level including UEFA Intertoto Cup (2002-03, 2003-04), FA Cup (2005-06), League Cup (2011-12), FA Community Shield (2006), UEFA Super Cup (2005), Coppa Italia (2013-14), and Bundesliga (2014-15). With Spain, he has won the FIFA World Cup in 2010 and the UEFA European Championship in 2008 and 2012.