Today I present to you the top thirteen richest footballers in the world, this list of the richest footballers are people who worth more than $50 million
The “Sunday Times” Rich List, Forbes, Goal.com and the financial services website Gobankingrates.com’s net worth data. It shows that only three of the thirteen football players are worth more than 100 million pounds ($128.6 million).
However, Paris Saint-Germain began, Neymar, who is the most expensive football player in the world, is not the richest.
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13: Luis Suárez of FC Barcelona – net worth of 31 million pounds ($40 million).
the last but not the least is another richest footballer in our richest footballers list Suarez earned 13.4 million pounds ($17.3 million) in Barcelona, and sponsorship deals with Adidas and Pepsi also enhanced his firepower.
12: Cesc Fàbregas of Chelsea – net worth of 35 million pounds ($45 million).
Many people will be surprised by this player, well he is among the richest footballers in the world. Fàbregas earns 8.1 million pounds ($10.4 million) per annum, but he also earns revenue from the trading of Puma football shoes.
11: David Silva of Manchester City – Net worth of 36 million pounds ($46 million).
Manchester City pays Silva £10.4 million ($13.3 million) a year, but the Spaniards increase his income through an Adidas start-up agreement worth £5 million ($6.4 million).
10: John Terry of Aston Villa – Net worth 39 million pounds ($50 million).
Experienced guard John Terry left Chelsea this year and became the most successful player in club history. However, his football career is far from over, as he joined Aston Villa in July with a 4 million pounds ($5 million) deal each year.
9: Sergio Aguero, Manchester City- net worth of 40 million pounds ($51 million).
Agüero pays £10.4 million ($13.3 million) a year from Manchester City but earns more 14 million pounds ($18 million) – from his sponsors Puma and Pepsi.
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8: Yaya Toure of Manchester City – Net worth of 43 million pounds ($55 million).
YayaTouré ignored the media’s speculation and contacted him in the transfer of AC Milan and Inter Milan to sign a one-year renewal contract in Manchester City. He used to earn £10.4 million ($13.3 million) a year but may have to accept a 50% pay cut to stay at the Etihad Stadium.
7: Neymar of Paris Saint-Germain – net worth of 49 million pounds ($63 million).
Neymar received the largest football transfer ever since he left Barcelona Football Club in Barcelona last year.
The deal earned him a £26 million contract a year, but the Brazilians attacker also received salaries from his sponsors Nike, Panasonic, Gilette, Claro, and Red Bull. He is a partner at NN Consultoria, a business management company, and can even download his own emoji.
6: Gareth Bale of Real Madrid – Net worth of 56 million pounds ($72 million).
Real Madrid pays £18.5 million ($23.4 million) to Gareth Bale each year he his Among the richest footballers in the world. It was not until 2022 that the Welsh Wizards signed with the La Liga giants. His sponsorship agreement with Adidas, Electronic Arts, Sony, and Footlocker is worth 9 million pounds ($11.5 million) per year.
5: Eden Hazard of Chelsea Football Club – net worth of 77 million pounds ($100 million).
Hazard earns £12.4 million ($16 million) a year in Chelsea. The Belgian attacking midfielder is sponsored by Nike but also supports the trading card company Topps and Biscoff biscuit maker Lotus Bakeries.
4: Wayne Rooney of Everton – Net worth of 93 million pounds ($120 million).
Rooney left Manchester United to become the club’s best scorer in history. He joined a 50% pay cut to join Everton, who is said to pay him £7.8 million a year.
3: Zlatan Ibrahimović, free agent – net worth of 110 million pounds ($141 million).
Zlatan’s one-year contract at Manchester United expires in the summer. However, he is still training at the club’s Carrington headquarters and is expected to re-sign with Manchester United when he recovers from injury. In any case, he has a lucrative Nike contract and even applied for his own patent in Sweden.
2: Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona – net worth of 230 million pounds ($295 million).
Messi recently renewed his contract with Barcelona, earning 500,000 a week (£26 million / $33.4 million a year). With sponsorship agreements with Adidas, Pepsi, Gillette, and Turkish Airlines, the Argentine striker also earns £21 million ($27 million) a year.
1: Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid – net worth of 250 million pounds ($321.5 million).
Ronaldo’s annual salary is 19 million pounds ($24.4 million). Although Ronaldo received a salary of £5 million less than Messi, he is still the richest footballers because he has more sponsors than Messi. Ronaldo is a “human sponsorship portfolio of global sponsors” such as Nike, Tag Heuer, and Armani. He also owns his own CR7 brand, selling aftershave and clothes.