Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi, has been named the highest-paid footballer on the planet, in line with the newest Forbes rating revealed on Monday.
Messi’s latest choice to remain at Barcelona for an additional 12 months allowed him declare the primary place with $126 million in whole earnings break up into $34 million in endorsements and $92 million in wage.
The Argentine worldwide is forward of Juventus ahead, Cristiano Ronaldo, who has $117 million in whole earnings break up into $47 million in endorsement and $70 million in wage.
Behind Messi and Ronaldo is Paris Saint-Germain ahead Neymar, who has a complete earnings of $96 million.
Neymar’s membership teammate, Kylian Mbappe, sits within the fourth place with whole earnings of $42 million.
Liverpool ace, Mohamed Salah is within the fifth place with whole earnings of $37 million.
Others embrace Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba ($34 million), Barcelona’s Antoine Griezmann ($33 million), Actual Madrid’s Gareth Bale ($29 million), Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski ($28 million) and Manchester United’s David De Gea ($27 million) to make the highest 10.