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Cristiano Ronaldo Salary According To The New Contract

Cristiano Ronaldo Salary is £365,000 Per Week.

Cristiano Ronaldo has just extended his contract with Real Madrid until 2021. The Portuguese newspaper Cofina Media revealed the new record salary of the star Madrid, negotiated for this new deal.

It’s an undisclosed secret! Cristiano Ronaldo makes a lot of money. At the same time, be one of the best football players in the world, triple gold ball, pertussis of the sponsors and real media machine, inevitably, it helps. Forbes Magazine, which annually establishes the ranking of the most fortunate athletes, had also revealed for his vintage 2016 that Cristiano Ronaldo is the best-paid sportsman in the world.

For his income of the year 2015, Forbes had estimated the emoluments of Portuguese moving to Real Madrid at 88 million euros, including a large part in advertising contracts. A trifle! The 31-year-old Portuguese international said on Monday 7 November that he was still playing for ten years. Up to 41 years! CR7 has just extended its contract with Real Madrid until 2021.

In front of Messi and Bale

The basic salary of the Portuguese star revolves around 18 million euros and varies depending on the player’s performance (Gold Ball, Liga’s top scorer, etc.). But according to the Portuguese newspaper Cofina Media, the New Madrid contract would amount to EUR 23.6 million net a year, or 118 million in total to 2021.

If nothing is yet official, Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid since the 2009-2010 season will surpass Lionel Messi and Gareth Bale, whose annual salaries amount to about 20 million euros net. A big reward for the native of Madeira, both European champion with Portugal and winner of the Champions League with the merengues in 2016.

In July 2016, the player had offered himself a Bugatti Veyron, a history of embellishing his collection of luxury cars, for the modest sum of 1.3 million euros.

As a reminder, CR7 has its brand of underwear, its hotel chain, an airport with its name located in Madeira, a statue and a museum with its likeness. But where will the Ronaldo phenomenon stop?

Comparison of Cristiano Ronaldo Salary.

The best-paid football player in the world, the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo plays in the vast court. His income compares with those of the American basketball player, Lebron James, probably the number 1 planetary in this field.

Cristiano Ronaldo as the most “bankable” player on the world level. With 87.5 m € of earnings between Real Madrid salary, bonuses, the income of sponsors, investments and various commercial operations, CR7 precedes Lionel Messi of more than ten million (76.5 m €) and Neymar of about thirty (55.5 m € of earnings for the Brazilian of Barca). It reaches a record amount for a footballer and approaches the tops, all sports confused. In this regard, where is the Portuguese and his Argentine colleague? Last year at such a time, Messi, first of the “salaries of the Stars” 2016, and his dolphin Cristiano, occupied the fourth and fifth places of our top 15 athletes with the highest gains with 74 million € and 67.4 M € respectively. At the top of the ranking were Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao, the two boxing stars, who émargeaient € 225 million for the American and € 120 million for the Filipino, followed by Lebron James at € 79 million. Mayweather and Pacquiao ended their career, only the Cleveland Cavaliers player, in the NBA, could dam the duo CR7-Messi. In vain, according to Forbes, who, in a ranking on 2016, place Cristiano Ronaldo in the lead, and Messi in Dolphin before Lebron James.

Federer, Durant, Neymar, and Hamilton follow

We find the tennis Roger Federer, 65 m € of earnings, the biggest part thanks to its sponsors (Nike, Rolex, Mercedes, Swiss credit), in front of another basketball player, Kevin Durant, 57 m € (24.5 m € salary to the Golden State Warriors, the rest of the sponsors Neff, Foot Locker and especially Nike which guarantees him more than € 27 million per season over ten years), and a third footballer, Neymar, at € 55.5 million. A seventh sportsman exceeds the bar of 50 m € of earnings: Lewis Hamilton, the World Champion in Formula 1, who last year extended for three seasons at Mercedes against an envelope of £ 100 million, or € 115.8 million in the current course. This is almost € 40 million a year for the British pilot, who can count on a small ten million by his sponsors (Bombardier, IWC, L’Oreal, Monster Energy, MV Agusta, Bosé).

The Argentine and Neymar with a salary of 87.5 million euros. Messi recognizes him 76.5 million of income this season and Neymar 55.5 million. The rest of the Top 5 dominated by Ronaldo is completed by Gareth Bale (41 million) and Ezequiel Lavezzi (28.5 million).

On the side of Ligue 1, the PSG still dominates this ranking with Thiago Silva (1st, 14.4 million), Angel Di Maria (3rd, 12.6 million), Marco Verratti (4th, 11.8 million) and Edinson Cavani (5e, 10.2 million). Only Radamel Falcao manages to embed himself in the Top 5 (2nd, 13.6 million). For the coaches, José Mourinho arrives in the lead (28 million euros), in front of Marcelo Lippi (23.5 million), Laurent Blanc (20 million), Carlo Ancelotti (15.8 million) and Pep Guardiola (14.5 million).