What would Ronaldo do with his money as the world's second-highest earning athlete in the 2010s?
Cristiano Ronaldo is the world's second-highest earning athlete in the 2010s with £608m.
We all know that CR7 is one of the best football players in the world, which makes him earning more than billions of people around the world.
The 34-year-old started the decade as Real Madrid's star man and finished it as a Juventus star. Through the years he added four more Champions League titles, another four Ballon d'Or, and a European Championship with Portugal to his records and stood up in the current top two players in the world.
Ronaldo is now back in Turin as today Juve is going to begin their 2020 with a game against Cagliari.
How does the Portuguese spend his money?
He has previously proved that it’s not just cars, houses and travels that he spends his money on and he has taste for watches as well with the rare Franck Muller model worth over $1.5 million in his collection.
Now in the past few days, he did the same for the second time as he made an appearance at the 14th Dubai International Sports Conference, wearing Rolex’s GMT Master Ice, which has an unbelievable price of $485,350 USD.
The Rolex's most expensive watch is made of 18-karat white gold and 30 carats of white diamonds. The 13mm thick case can is waterproof to 330 feet and its automatic movement can provide up to 50 hours of power reserve. While most of the surface is covered in brilliant-cut diamonds, the bezel is set with dazzling baguette-cut diamonds to create a subtle geometric contrast.
However, that was not all as he was wearing a cushion-cut canary yellow diamond ring estimated to cost $261,000 and a wedding band valued at $65,400 at Madinat Jumeirah resort on Saturday, before collecting his sixth award for men's player of the year at the Globe Soccer Awards.
He also has posted a photo on Instagram wearing the same watch and rings as he is sitting beside his fiancé.
Now it has to be said that Ronaldo would not have any problems paying for these kinds of jewelry and stuff, as not only he is the second top-earning athlete in football’s world, but his earning from social media is eye-watering as well! In fact, recently it has been reported that his estimated earning just from Instagram over the past year has been $47.8 million as he is the most followed person on this social media and receives an average of $975,000 per sponsored post.