The Portuguese world star Cristiano Ronaldo is the first footballer earned over a billion dollars in his career.
It shows a inventory of celebrities årsindtjening from pengemagasinet Forbes.
Over the past year, the multiple winner of the prize as the world's best footballer earned 105 million dollars before taxes, equivalent to 690 million crowns.
It brings the 35-year-old Juventus-angribers total earnings over the whole career over one billion u.s. dollars, or 6,6 billion kroner, as the first footballer ever, writes Forbes.
Golfer Tiger Woods and boxer Floyd Mayweather are the only athletes reached the one billion in earnings before Cristiano Ronaldo.
Tiger Woods reached the milestone in the force of a very lucrative deal with Nike, and Mayweather earned huge sums of money to get a share of the tv money from his own boxing matches.
Ronaldo is the first athlete from a team play to reach the one billion dollar.
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In Forbes' list of årsindtjening from 2019 is Ronaldo a place of its eternal rival, Lionel Messi, who is on the fifth place of all the celebrities with 104 million dollars.
Ronaldo has, according to Forbes earned 650 million u.s. dollars, 4.3 billion dollars, just in the salaries of its 17-year long career.
According to Forbes, that figure reached 765 million dollar, 5,0 billion dollars when his contract with Juventus expires in 2022.
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