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How Cristiano Ronaldo Can Earn Triple of His Man United Weekly Wages Without Playing Football
- Cristiano Ronaldo is making cool money on Instagram as a sponsored post on his account attracts £1,720,000
- That is over triple his £480,000 weekly wages the Portugal international is collecting at Manchester United
- Ronaldo has more than 400 million followers on Instagram and he is one of the most loved athletes on earth
Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese footballer who currently plays for Manchester United and the five-time Ballon d'Or winner is one of the richest players on earth considering his earnings.
Gone are the days when Cristiano Ronaldo used to play football on the streets in Portugal, today, the Manchester United star is a proud owner of private jet, many expensive cars and mansions.
Before the start of the ongoing Premier League season, Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Manchester United having spent three seasons at Italian giants Juventus winning the League title.
Upon his return to Old Trafford, Manchester United chiefs agreed to be paying Cristiano Ronaldo weekly wage of £480,000 which is okay for his status.
And according to the report on Daily Star and Mirror, Cristiano Ronaldo has more than 400 million followers on Instagram and his amount for a sponsored post is £1,720,000 which is triple his weekly wages at Manchester United.
What is Manchester United current position on the Premier League table?
Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates at Manchester United are currently occupying sixth position on the Premier League table following their draw against Burnley in last game.
Which team will Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates face next?
Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates will return back to action on Saturday, February 12, with a Premier League game against Southampton.
Ronaldo's son unveiled as Man United player, to wear dad's iconic shirt number
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Manchester United seem to have officially unveiled Cristiano Jnr, who now joins his father as a Red Devil at the Old Trafford club.
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The 11-year-old will wear his father’s iconic number 7 and was spotted holding his shirt during an unveiling alongside another wonder kid.
This comes only months after moving into the Manchester United academy, a move which happened when Cristiano Ronaldo rejoined the Red Devils from Juventus.
The announcement was made rather inadvertently by youngster Gabriel, who was sharing his own news that he had signed for the club officially.