Latrell Mitchell is a professional athlete who is an Indigenous Australian professional rugby league footballer. Currently, he plays for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Australia and NRL at the international level. Moreover, Mitchell’s position is center, Fullback, and Five-eighth. Matter of fact, Latrell has also served as a player for the New South Wales and Indigenous in the State of Origin series.
The 22 years old full-back, rugby league footballer player has played for Australia, New South Wales, Sydney Roosters. As of 2020, he is currently associated with South Sydney. From his long professional career, he has earned a hefty amount of cash. Further, his current salary is estimated to be around $600,00 from the Rabbitohs. So how much is his total net worth in 2020? Is he married or single?
Let’s figure out his necessary detail and explore his biography, salary, personal life, girlfriend, height, weight. Keep on reading to the end.
Latrell Mitchell was born as a Latrell Goolagong on 16 June 1997 Taree, New South Wales, Australia. Moreover, as per nationality, he holds Australian nationality and belongs to the white ethnic background.
Furthermore, he grew up with his elder brother Shawuai. Mitchell is a proud son of Matt who played for South Sydney. Matter of fact, Mitchell is a nephew of Evonne Goolagong Cawley who is a famous former world No.1 female tennis player.
The talented and handsome hunk, Latrell Mitchell is romantically linked with his long time partner/ girlfriend, Brielle. The duo is currently live together in Australia. Apart, he is a very famous footballer like Nathan Cleary.
Well, the couple isn’t married until 2020, however, they are currently enjoying each other company. Moreover, Mitchell is a very private person who does not share much about his relationship. However, from the several tabloids, we came to know that the duo has welcomed a child, daughter whose name is Inala Mitchell.
The couple met each other for the first time during a game, but the concrete information about the place and date is still hidden behind the bars. The duo seems to be in deep and committed love. Well, there is no sign of any rumors, controversy as well as any sign of breakup and separation so far.
Latrell Mitchell holds a colossal amount of wealth. He has amassed a healthy amount of fortune from his long professional career. Further, Mitchell’s net worth might be around $2 Million as of 2020. Matter of fact, he earned $450,000 from the 2019 season. Mitchell has inked a two-year contract with the 2021 component with Rabbitohs.
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Reportedly Mitchell will earn around $600,000 from the Rabbitohs for 2020. $117,000 has been already paid by Roosters since November. Additionally, his income comes from different sponsorship, advertisements, endorsement deals. He enjoys his wealth roaming around the world, spending quality time with his girlfriend, Brielle.
Latrell Mitchell stands at a decent height of 6 feet and 4 inches which is 193cm. Similarly, he weighs around 96kg. Moreover, his other body measurement such as the chest, biceps, hips is under review. He has short black hair and the color of his eye is black in nature.
Mitchell has served for the Taree Red Rovers in his junior rugby league. He has played for the New South Wales under-16s in 2013 and under-18s in 2014. In the 2014 season, he was named the SG Ball Player of the Year and the man-of-the-match in the SG Ball Grand Final. Also, Mitchell played for the Roosters’ S.G. Ball Cup team.
The Rise of Latrell Mitchell
He scored a hat-trick in the Roosters 32–18 victory over the Gold Coast Titans at Robina Stadium in the first round of the season. Following a strong start to the season, coach Brad Fittler has picked Mitchell to play for New South Wales in The 2018 State of Origin series.
In addition, In round 6 of the NRL season 2019, Mitchell kicked the winning field goal as the Sydney Roosters beat Melbourne 21-20 in extra time in golden point.
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