Ranking of the world’s highest-paid footballers. Robert Lewandowski’s high position

Ranking of the world's highest-paid footballers.  Robert Lewandowski's high position

Robert Lewandowski was included in the list of the eleven highest-paid footballers in the world prepared by the American magazine “Forbes”. The salary of the captain of the Polish national team is impressive.

Nowadays, it is no secret that footballers are some of the highest-paid athletes in the world. Since Cristiano Ronaldo arrived in Saudi Arabia, many European players have chosen that direction, mainly due to better financial conditions. It is no wonder that Forbes’ top eleven includes several players from the Saudi Professional League.

Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest paid footballer in the world

For several years now, Cristiano Ronaldo has been constantly in the top three of the ranking. Since his transfer to Al-Nassr from Manchester United, the Portuguese has been in first place with the amount of EUR 248 million, which is reflected not only in his performances on the pitch, but also in advertising contracts with many companies. The most popular brands with which the five-time Ballon d’Or winner cooperates are Nike and Jacob&Co.

Just behind the Portuguese was his long-time rival on the football scene, Lionel Messi. The Argentine, who has been playing for the American Inter Miami since the beginning of this season, earns significantly less than the 38-year-old. For a year of playing, his account receives PLN 128 million, which is definitely more than he received while playing for Paris Saint-Germain. Cooperation with sponsors: Adidas and Apple TV has a strong impact on his earnings.

Neymar closes the podium on the list of the world’s highest-paid footballers. The Brazilian left PSG for the Arab Al-Hilal. The Saudi club made him the second-highest paid player in the Arab league, but also provided him with a life like a real sheikh. The annual salary of the best scorer in the history of the Brazilian national team is EUR 106 million, which is also influenced by contracts with companies: Puma, Konami and Red Bull.

Robert Lewandowski in the top eleven of the world’s highest-paid footballers. Full list

Robert Lewandowski completes the top eleven of the world’s highest-paid footballers. The captain of the Polish national team earns 32 million euros from FC Barcelona, ​​of which 24 is the salary provided by the club and the rest from sponsors, i.e. Spotify, Oanda and Nike.

Here is the full list of the world’s highest-paid footballers:

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal/Al Nassr): €248 million

  2. Lionel Messi (Argentina/Inter Miami): €128 million

  3. Neymar (Brazil/Al-Hilal): €106 million

  4. Kylian Mbappé (France/Paris Saint-Germain): €105 million

  5. Karim Benzema (France/Al-Ittihad): €101 million

  6. Erling Haaland (Norway/Man City): €52 million

  7. Mohamed Salah (Egypt/Liverpool): €50 million

  8. Sadio Mané (Senegal/Al Nassr): €48 million

  9. Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium/Man City): €37 million

  10. Harry Kane (England/Bayern Munich): €35 million

  11. Robert Lewandowski (Poland/FC Barcelona): EUR 32 million.

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