Born on September 22, 1984 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Paris Saint-Germain and Brazilian national football team defender Thiago Silva has an estimated net worth of $45 million. Silva started to get recognition when he joined Juventude in the First Division back in 2004, scoring 3 goals in 28 matches. Two years later, he moved on to sign for Fluminense following his recovery from tuberculosis. At the club, he won several awards including Fans’ Player of the Season. In 2008, Silva made a switch to Serie A club AC Milan and scored his first goal for the club against Lazio. He then went on to establish himself as a key player for Milan and was appointed as their skipper on November 27, 2011. He joined Paris Saint-Germian for a report fee of €42 million, the contract will expire in 2018. Internationally, Silva has represented Brazil since 2008 and has had over 50 caps to his name so far. At club level, he has claimed a number of accolades include Copa do Brasil(2007), Serie A (2011), Supercoppa Italiana(2011), Ligue 1(2012-2013; 2013-2014), Coupe de la Ligue(2013-2014) and Trophee des Champions. He has also won Serie A Team of the Year, Ligue 1 Team of the Year, UEFA Team of the Year, FIFA/FIFPro World XI and more.