Pablo Urdangarin changes the handball team and begins a new stage in the BM. Granollers, a team from Barcelona with a long tradition.
Pablo, the son of Infanta Cristina and Iñaki Urdangarin, has followed in his father’s footsteps in the world of handball and has proven to be a talented and promising player. At his young age, he has achieved numerous successes in the sport and has attracted the attention of several teams looking to sign him.
After two years playing for Barça, Pablo has made a new professional leap and has signed for BM. Granollers, a historic team in the first division of Spanish handball. This means great success for him as it will allow him to continue living in Barcelona, a city to which he has adapted perfectly.
How much money will Pablo Urdangarin earn in BM Gronollers?
Pablo will join the Asobal League players, who have an average salary of $22,000 to $27,000 gross per year. With this signing, the son of Infanta Cristina and Iñaki Urdangarin will have a salary of around $1,700 to $2,200 per month. Although it is not an exorbitant amount, it is enough to live comfortably as a young man of his age.
One of the biggest expenses Pablo will have to face will be the rent for his apartment. He currently shares an apartment with two roommates. The rent is around 1,500 euros per month. In addition to this important expense, he will have to face the usual daily expenses.
Pablo has had the unconditional support of his family in his sports career. His parents have attended several of his matches to cheer him on, his brother Juan, his grandfather King Emeritus Juan Carlos, and his paternal grandmother Claire Liebaert. Iñaki, in particular, is able to understand his son’s passion for handball as he himself was a reference player in the past.
In addition to his professional success, Pablo is also enjoying a stable relationship with his girlfriend Johanna Zott. The two share a passion for sports. Johanna is a volleyball player and has been a great support for Pablo in his sports career.
With this new signing by BM. Granollers, Pablo Urdangarin will have the opportunity to continue growing in his career without having to change the city.