Cristiano Ronaldo pocketing massive £147m over 10 years before bonuses after extending eye-watering Nike sponsorship deal back in 2016
- Cristiano Ronaldo’s sponsorship deal with American giants Nike has been leaked
- Juventus star penned an eye-watering 10-year contract with Nike back in 2016
- The five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s deal is worth a staggering £146.8million
Details have been leaked by Football Leaks, via Der Spiegel, regarding one of Ronaldo’s most lucrative sponsorship deals with sportswear giants Nike.
Nike and adidas were reportedly in a big battle to land his signature before the Portugese international penned an eye-watering 10-year contract extension with the American giants back in 2016.
Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo’s lucrative sponsorship deal with Nike has been revealed
According to Football Leaks, the 34-year-old is getting paid a staggering £146.8million by Nike, which equates to an annual fee of £14.68m.
But that’s not all because thanks to bonuses, he received a massive £18.3m in both 2016 and 2017.
And it is reported that the former Real Madrid star has a £3.6m bonus clause in his deal that becomes active whenever he wins a global award, such as the Ballon d’Or FIFA Best Player.
Ronaldo is understood to hold Nike’s highest-paid contract among its list of huge names from the world of sport.
When contacted for a response by Der Spiegel, Nike declared: ‘We don’t discuss our athletes contracts in public’, while Ronaldo’s representatives also declined to comment.
Ronaldo is pocketing £146.8million over 10 years, which equates to an annual fee £14.68m