Stay tuned and discover how Ronaldo makes and
spends his millions.
Ronaldo Makes Money.
Ronaldo recently re-joined Manchester United after a 2-year spell with Serie A side, Juventus.
He put a pen to
paper a 2-year contract worth £510,000 per week, making him the highest player
in the premier league.
his earnings from salary and bonuses total to $70,000,000 in 2022.
Cristiano Ronaldo is one on the most famous
persons in the world and with such he attracts sponsorship and endorsement
deals from some of the biggest brands in the world. Some of the brands
Cristiano endorses include Herbalife,
Altice, Tag Heuer, MTG, Electronic
Arts and Nike.
Ronaldo will earn $55,000,000 from his
endorsement deals in the next 12 months according to Forbes.
Apart from representing a number of brands,
Ronaldo has created his own around the CR7 image. It is mostly
centered on his underwear line but has also evolved to include various
other clothing, leisure and home products. In addition, Ronaldo has two
hotels – named Pestana CR7 – in Portugal.
, which launched in March.
4. Social Media.
2022 Ronaldo has a following of over 600,000,000 across all social media
platforms, making him the most followed in the world today.
The Portuguese can command $1.6 million per
Instagram post, more than any other celebrity, according to a social media
How Ronaldo spends his millions.
Away from football, Ronaldo is a massive petrol
head at heart. He boasts an impressive car collection worth over $40 million.
His collection consists of various fast and high performance sports cars, super
cars and even hyper cars.
A Bugatti Chiron worth over $4,000,000 is the most expensive
car in his garage. He also owns a Bugatti
Veyron, Mercedes Brabus, McLaren Senna, Rolls Royce Cullinan, Ferrari
Monza SP1, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Maserati GranCabrio, a Bentley Continental, a Mercedes AMG GLE 63, a Rolls Royce Phantom, a Porsche 911 Turbo S, an Audi RS7 and the cheapest car in his collection, a Chevloret Camaro.
Ronaldo’s career path took him from Sporting
Lisbon to Manchester United, Real Madrid, Juventus, and back to the Red Devils.
Following his then-record breaking transfer to Real Madrid for
£80million in 2009, a more substantial property was needed.
He chose a stunning £4.8m abode in the expensive La Finca
In Turin, purchased a secretive property in the outskirts
of the city. Not much is known about this property, although the player is
believed to still own it, despite leaving Serie A after three seasons.
Back in Madeira, where he was born, he owns a
seven-story apartment block in Funchal. The property is valued at £7.6million.
Since re-joining he has been living with his
family in a £3.4 million mansion in Cheshire.
3. Private Jet.
When you have one of the most recognisable faces on Earth,
sometimes, you need to abandon the ‘traditions’ so to speak. Instead of flying
first class on a regular plane you should consider taking your own exclusive
form of transport, which is exactly what Ronaldo has done.
His Gulfstream private jet is believed to be worth around $32
million and is said to be capable of holding over a dozen people for any given
From Ibiza to the Greek islands and beyond,
there are very few luxury holiday destinations around the globe that Cristiano
Ronaldo hasn’t visited. The man knows how to relax and he knows how to have a
good time, and in the off season of football, you need to be able to unwind however
you see fit.
Ronaldo currently serves as an ambassador for
Save the Children, UNICEF and World Vision. In a recent display of activism, on
March 24, 2020, Ronaldo donated , working
to fight COVID-19 in the country.