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50,000 rubles per minute: the richest football players in the world have been named – you’ll never guess who is in 5th place

50,000 rubles per minute: the richest football players in the world have been named – you’ll never guess who is in 5th place
50,000 rubles per minute: the richest football players in the world have been named – you’ll never guess who is in 5th place

Photo source: Lionel Messi / Social Networks

50,000 rubles per minute: the richest football players in the world have been named – you’ll never guess who is in 5th place

Photo source: Lionel Messi / Social Networks

Everything is clear at the top three, but then the surprises begin.

On the eve of the start of the Copa America and after the start of Euro 2024, it wouldn’t hurt to find out which of the world football stars earns the most. Surprisingly, of the five main empires, only three will compete in the major international championships.

Forbes named Cristiano Ronaldo the richest footballer in the world. The culprit, of course, is his phenomenal advertising contracts with Nike, Louis Vuitton and other brands, which bring in $60 million a year. Now add to that the salary of 200 million at Al-Nasr and you get a staggering amount that can be reduced to almost 50,000 rubles per minute.

After Krish is Lionel Messi, and he is almost half the size of his main rival in recent years. ‘Only’ $135 million of Leo’s evergreen currency comes almost equally from fees to Inter Miami and contracts with Adidas, Mastercard and a number of other companies.

Neymar was not far behind the legendary Argentinian. In Al-Hilal, the permanently injured Brazilian receives 80 million, in addition to 32 million sponsorship payments from Red Bull, Puma and Konami.

Kylian Mbappé earns only a few million less than his ex-PSG partner. The new Real Madrid player, with a salary of $77 million, brings his total benefits to 110 with sponsorship money from Nike and Hublot.

And in fifth place is not Erling Haaland or even Kevin de Bruyne or, at least, Vinicius Junior. Despite his old age and poor performance, Karim Benzema is paid 100 million a year at Al-Ittihad, with Adidas and Hyundai adding another 6.

Imagine what kind of football films could be made with at least half of Karim’s salary in hand? Unfortunately, there aren’t that many worthy films about the most popular sport, and here are the five worst.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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