Cristiano Ronaldo's net worth

How much is Cristiano Ronaldo’s net worth

Cristiano Ronaldo net worth 2021: Portuguese captain rakes in $1 billion

The Manchester United star surpassed $1 billion in career earnings in 2020

Cristiano Ronaldo’s net worth

Cristiano Ronaldo surpassed $1billion in career earnings and as of October 2021 has a net worth of $500 million, according to news reports.

The player, who began his professional career aged 17 for Sporting Lisbon in 2003, has since enjoyed successful stints at Real Madrid, Juventus and Manchester United, as well as playing as Portugal‘s captain.

Not only is he one of the greatest soccer players of all time, but he is also one of the richest.

Since moving back to Man Utd, the 36-year-old is reportedly on a £480,000-a-week ($643,668) contract, which takes his annual earnings up to £25 million ($33.5 million), according to a report in the UK’s The Mirror.

Five Ballon d’Ors have helped to boost his value and due to his footballing achievements, it has benefited him in extra money making outside of the game, as plenty of brands have wanted him as the face of their products.

366m followers on Instagram, 95.4m on Twitter

And having 95.4 million followers on Twitter and a phenomenal 366 million followers on Instagram has no doubt boosted his advertising opportunities.

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In the past, the Portugal national team captain has also represented Altice, Herbalife, DAZN, MTG, Clear Shampoo, Abbott and Unilever which has bolstered his annual earnings by an extra $45million (£33.2m).

Ronaldo is also the ambassador for Japanese tech company ‘SIXPAD’, who are worth £1.8billion (£1.3m), and popular app LiveScore.

With his impressive athletic physique, even as he approaches the latter stages of his career, as well as his attractive looks, he has been able to sign contracts with these brands in order to market himself further and dominate the scene outside of football.

Sportsman and businessman

Away from sponsorship and commercial contracts, Ronaldo has also been proactive in building businesses of his own to generate even more cash influx.

He has also established his hotel empire, run by Pestana CR7 group, in Funchal, Lisbon and soon-to-be other cities around the world.

In 2019, he continued to expand his business portfolio with the opening of a hair transplant clinic in Marbella, following one that was already set up in Madrid and a further 10 in Portugal, generating an extra £85 million ($114 million) a year.

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