Cristiano Ronaldo net worth 2023

Cristiano Ronaldo net worth 2023. Cristiano Ronaldo has set another record-breaking fifth appearance at the European Championship after he leads his Portugal team to victory on the field in their opener against Hungary.

In this article you will know about the all-time best football player Cristiano Ronaldo’s net worth in rupees, Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal’s salary, and Cristiano Ronaldo’s earnings from Portugal’s national football team.

Cristiano Ronaldo net worth 2023: Cristiano Ronaldo net worth in rupees

Cristiano Ronaldo net worth 2021, is estimated to be $500 million. As per the current conversion that would amount to a whopping ‘3665.21 crores. The Portuguese legend acquired his net worth through his football career and from brand endorsements, such as Armani, Tag Heuer, Egyptian Steel, Herbalife, Italia Independent, Clear, PokerStars, and Castrol.

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The 36-year-old also works with Nike and is expected to in the region of what the company offered to LA Laker star LeBron James, which is estimated to be worth in excess of $1 billion in total.

Aside from being a brand ambassador Cristiano Ronaldo also has a luxury hotel chain across some of the world’s top destinations for tourists. He also sells various self-branded products, such as perfumes and clothing.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s contract at Juventus is believed to be worth ’30m ($34m/’249 crores) a year. While Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal’s salary is unknown, it is not as mammoth as his paycheck for Juventus but makes him the highest-paid player in the country.

Ronaldo is one of the most popular athletes in the whole world and became the first person in the world to reach 500 million followers across Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He also became the first active team-sport athlete to surpass $1 billion in career earnings last year.

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The Juventus striker has now scored 11 goals in the tournament, two more than French great Michel Platini, who netted nine times when he led France to glory in 1984.

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The 36-year-old is also just three goals away from matching Iranian Ali Daei’s all-time international scoring record of 109.

World Cup winners France and three-time European champions Germany meet in the other Group F game later in the day at Munich’s Allianz Arena.


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