Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest footballers of all time and his career earnings make him one of the sport’s greatest earners too.
The Al Nassr superstar is arguably the face of football and he gets paid the money to prove it, raking in the cash with his wages and sponsorships.
He is also one of the highest-ever goalscorers in professional football while his impact off the pitch is shown by being the most-followed person on Instagram with over 600million followers.
All of his success has led to him earning an incredible amount of money and talkSPORT.com has taken a look at what he is worth…
Cristiano Ronaldo net worth
Ronaldo has an estimated net worth of around £500million.
He was reported to have earned a whopping £107m at the start of 2023, according to Forbes.
However, this number would have increased massively since then, after he doubled his salary by joining Al Nassr in a move which made him the highest-earning player ever.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s contract runs until 2025 and is estimated to be worth £177m-a-year, including £62m for his football salary as well as commercial bonuses.
Ronaldo is earning an astonishing £14.75m every month or £3.4m a week.
To break that down even further, the Real Madrid legend is pocketing £485k-a-day or £337 every minute.
He also has endorsement deals with Armani, Tag Heuer, Kickoff, Herbalife, Livescore, Clear, Binance, PokerStars and Castrol.
As well as his partnerships, he also has his own brand and businesses.
Ronaldo created CR7 which sells underwear, other clothing and leisure and home products.
He also owns a range of hotels in Lisbon, New York, Marrakech and Madrid under the name Pestana CR7.
As well this, he has a business venture in the hair transplant industry alongside his partner Georgina Rodriguez.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s home and cars
Ronaldo’s earnings allow him to live a life of luxury and he has spent a lot of his cash on an incredible collection of properties.
He owns a £500m villa in Madrid while also having a £15m apartment in New York as part of his portfolio.
Earlier this year, Ronaldo and Rodriguez began to rent out the Madrid property for £8,800-a-month.
As well as that, he is reported to own private land on Madeira Island in his home country of Portgual.
Ronaldo stayed in a hotel suite worth around £250,000-a-month in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia when he first made the switch, but now he has moved out into a house of his own.
He also has an incredible car collection which he loves to show off on social media.
He boasts a limited edition £8.5m Bugatti Centodieci in his collection – one of only ten to have ever been made.
As well as that, he also owns a Bugatti Chiron, Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, plus a few Aston Martin, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce motors.