Diego Milito is an Argentine professional football player that has an estimated net worth of $31.2 million. Diego Milito began his career in 1999 when he joined the Argentine first division team Racing Club. He moved to Genoa in 2004 as section of the Italian second division club. Milito was punished for an alleged match-fixing throughout the final match in the 2004-2005 season which resulted of his transfer at Serie C1 and made to leave the team. As he went to Real Zaragoza in 2005, Milito has been among the top scorers for the team. An enormous level of buy-out clause which his contract extended in 2007 and returned to Genoa the next season. With his recovery together with the team, he ended the season with 24 goals in the 31 league appearance. After four years stint with the team, he went back to his first club, Racing Club. Diego Alberto Milito was produced on June 12, 1979 in Bernal, Argentina. He is married to Ana Sofia and has two kids.
He has been known as a productive and consistent centre forward, Milito has averaged just over a goal every two looks over the span of his 10-year professional career.
He’s been nicknamed as El Prncipe (“The Prince” in Spanish) because of his physical likeness with former Uruguayan footballer Enzo Francescoli, who had the same nickname. He was critical in Inter’s 2009-10 treble-winning seasons, contributing two goals in the 2010 UEFA Champions League Final.
Talking about his livelihood startup, Diego Milito started playing at Argentine first division team Racing Club in 1999, where he won the 2001 Apertura tournament. In the beginning of 2004, Milito moved to Italian second division team Genoa. During 2005 to 2008, he again showed his incredible potential in Spain, scoring four goals in the first semi final of the 2006 Copa del Rey to defeat Real Madrid 6-1. Milito was one of the top scorers in the 200607 La Liga season. After that, Milito became the team captain at Zaragoza, taking over this role from brother Gabriel, who departed for FC Barcelona in 2007. As of January 2008, Milito averaged higher than the usual goal every two games for Zaragoza, a stat he also realized with Genoa. Milito made his Argentina introduction on 31 January 2003 against Honduras, where he also scored his first goal. He’s among the most remarkable strikers in world of soccer now.