Forbes List of World’s Highest Paid Footballers in 2015
Very year Forbes releases accurate information concerning highest paid, richest players, etc. As a matter of fact Cristiano Ronaldo has been on top the list table of World’s Highest Paid Footballers in 2015, seconded by Lionel Messi, followed by Wayne Rooney.
This three players are also rated to be the highest paid in their various clubs which they represents.
Apart from what they earn weekly, there are also endorsement deals attached to their weekly incomes. Here We are going to review not only the World’s Highest Paid Footballers in 2015 but also their various endorsement deals details, including the companies they sign deals with and so on…
Meanwhile here is the Forbes List of World’s Highest Paid Footballers in 2015.
World’s Highest Paid Footballers in 2015 list
|NO#||NAMES PLAYERS||AMOUNT PAID WEEKLY|
|1||Cristiano Ronaldo||£288,000 after tax|
|2||Lionel Messi||£275,000 after tax|
|5||Robin Van Persie||£250,000|
|13||Angel Di Maria||£200,000|
Endorsement Deals and Companies
Cristiano Ronaldo – £288,000 a week (After tax)
Endorsement Deals: Nike, Coca-Cola, Castrol, Konami, Motorola, Herbalife, KFC, Tag Heuer, Emirates and Armani. He owns 50 percent of his image rights with the club at the same time he has many endorsement deals with major brands
Lionel Messi – £275,000 a week (After tax)
His Endorsement Deals are as follows: Adidas, Turkish Airlines, Pepsi Herbalife, EA Sports, Dolce & Gabanna, Gillette. He also enjoy many endorsement deals with major brands most of are the competitors of ronaldos brand, for example he endorses Pepsi while ronaldo endorse Coca Cola, he has adidas as his sponsor while ronaldo has nike. So they are in competition both on and off the field.
Wayne Rooney – £250,000 a week
His Endorsement deals are as follows: Nike, Coca Cola, EA Sports. Rooney’s major endorsement deal is with Nike and previously he also had deal with EA Sports for their FIFA franchise games.