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Ronaldo’s endorsements: With which companies does he have sponsorship deals?

Ronaldo has excelled on the field and off of it, with his salary and endorsement deals bringing in staggering sums of money.

Ronaldo has excelled on the field and off of it, with his salary and endorsement deals bringing in staggering sums of money.

Ronaldo has won seven league titles in three nations and an unbelievable five Champions League trophies in his career. Since making his debut in 2003, the striker has also been a regular member of Portugal’s national football team, where he has received national prestige.

Regarding international appearances and goals scored, Ronaldo is the undisputed leader of his country. One of the high points of his career came when he led them to victory at Euro 2016. Additionally, in September of 2021, he surpassed Ali Daei to become the all-time international football scoring leader.

Who sponsors Cristiano Ronaldo?

Nike is Ronaldo’s main sponsor, allegedly paying him more than $20 million annually. In 2016, Ronaldo became just the third athlete in Nike’s history to sign a lifetime contract.

With this contract, he joined the ranks of basketball greats like Michael Jordan and LeBron James. With Messi representing Nike’s archrival, Adidas, and Neymar now working for Puma, Ronaldo’s affiliation with Nike is crucial.

Currently, Ronaldo receives around $45 million per year in advertising revenues from various sponsors.

Over the last several years, he has represented Nike alongside Altice, Herbalife, DAZN, MTG, Clear shampoo, Abbott, and Unilever.

According to Forbes, his own firm accounts for almost a fourth of his annual endorsement revenue.

In 2013, the trademark CR7 mix of his initials and jersey number began advertising a line of branded underwear. In addition, shoes, fragrances, and apparel are now part of its broader product offerings.

Ronaldo not only makes a lot of money through endorsement deals and his own endeavors but also devotes a lot of time to charitable causes.

What is next for the ex-Juventus and Manchester United star?

The Portuguese is at the moment a free agent and was spotted training at Real Madrid facilities. There’s been a lot of speculation about his future, with rumors suggesting the player has received adobe the $100 million per year from the Middle East.


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