Since joining the Saudi Pro League, Cristiano Ronaldo has amassed an enormous amount of money.
Just under a year ago, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner altered the competitive landscape by signing a £177 million contract with Al Nassr.
It came after a falling out between Ronaldo and Erik Ten Hag leading to the termination of his Manchester United contract.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr Earnings:
- Earnings per year– £163,384,608
- Earnings per month– £13,615,384
- Earnings per week– £3,403,846
- Earnings per day– £486,263
- Earnings per hour- £20,260
- Earnings per minute– £337
- Earning per second- £5.61
It has shown to be a driving force behind the entrance of several high-profile players in Saudi Arabia.
Now, players in the Saudi top division include Neymar, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Karim Benzema, Jordan Henderson, Riyad Mahrez, and Ruben Neves.
Although they are all making good money, no player’s salary is quite as large as Ronaldo’s.
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Ronaldo receives about £3,403,846 from Al Nassr each week.
Nearing the one-year mark since his arrival, the 38-year-old has amassed an estimated £153 million in wealth.
By a wide measure, Ronaldo is the highest-paid player in global football.
His enormous off-field profits add to his earnings.
Despite the higher salary, he hasn’t only moved to Saudi Arabia for the money.
In 42 games, he has scored 36 goals for Al Nassr, who are now second in the league after 13 games.
Cristiano Jr., Ronaldo’s son, has also joined the junior academy of Al Nassr, following in his father’s footsteps.
Ronaldo, 38, has made headlines for his strong start to the season.
The Portugal captain has scored 16 goals and contributed nine assists in 17 tournament appearances.
After 13 games, Al-Alami is four points behind league leaders Al-Hilal, thanks to 13 goals and seven assists.