Cristiano Ronaldo’s Net Worth Allows The Superstar Soccer Player to Buy Ultra Rare $9.4 Bugatti Centodieci
Cristiano Ronaldo’s net worth is, according to Forbes Magazine, around $405 million. And, according to Forbes Magazine, Cristiano Ronaldo’s net worth grows by $109 million every god-damn year. That’s how much he earns, $109 million per year, partly from his football contract and a majority from sponsorships and endorsements. Even Ronaldo’s Instagram has a high net worth, in terms of followers, where 233 million people following the Portuguese legend. At 35 years of age, Ronaldo is now considered the elder statesman of football.
As long as he keeps fit there is no reason why he can not continue until he is 40. Sports science has improved to such an extent that all Ronaldo requires is the discipline and work ethic to extend his time in football. A majority of Footballers quit at 35 or quit the European stage and head on over to the Far East. China is home to big companies that will pay big money for aging superstar soccer players.
Ronaldo could extend his playing career to beyond 40 if he decides to head over to China and Ronald’s Net Worth would grow considerably. But he has worked hard for it. Ronaldo’s early life was shaped by hardship. Today it is shaped by all the trappings of success. And deservedly so.
We don’t know how accurate Forbes Magazine is with estimating Cristiano Ronaldo’s Net Worth. These types of magazine rankings are often at the discretion of the editorial process. And journalism as a whole doesn’t have a great track record when it comes to facts. But we do get an idea of how much wealth football has generated for Ronaldo.
Rumors are circulating that the Juventus forward has purchased the ultra-exclusive ergo ultra-rare Bugatti Centodieci. The Bugatti Centodieci design language is based on the classic EB110, with a bit of Chiron thrown into the mix. It was built to celebrate Ettore Bugatti’s 110th birthday.
Obviously, Ettore is not alive to see the latest creation from the company he founded. But Ettore will be pleased to know the Centodieci is lighter, more powerful than any current Bugatti. At its heart is the signature 8.0-litre W16, quad-turbo 1577 BHP (1,117 kW) engine. This allows the Centodieci to sprint from 0-62mph in 2.4 seconds and roar onto a top speed of 236 mph.
Only 10 will ever be made, each costing $9.4 million. This hypercar will never lose value, it’s as much of an investment as it is a ridiculously fast and expensive hypercar. And Cristiano Ronaldo has just purchased one. I don’t think he’ll be paying monthly installments for his purchase.