Football is a sport that attracts millions of fans around the world and also generates billions of pounds in revenue for clubs, players, and sponsors. One of the most lucrative aspects of the game is the endorsement deals that players sign with various brands, especially for their boots. This blog post will look at the top ten most expensive boot deals in football history and see how much these stars earn from wearing their preferred footwear on the pitch.
Marco Veratti (£2.5 million )
The Italian midfielder Veratti is one of the key players for Paris Saint-Germain and the national team, and he has a deal with Nike that pays him £2.5 million per year. Veratti wears the Nike Tiempo Legend boots designed for comfort, touch, and control.
Paul Pogba (£3 million)
The French World Cup winner Pogba is one of the world’s most famous and controversial players, and he has a deal with Adidas that pays him £3 million per year. Pogba wears the Adidas Predator boots, which are known for their power, accuracy, and swerve.
Antoine Griezmann (£3.5 million)
The Barcelona forward Antoine Griezmann is another World Cup winner with France, and he has a deal with Puma that pays him £3.5 million per year. Griezmann wears the Puma Future boots, which are made for speed, agility, and creativity.
Gareth Bale (£4 million)
The retired Welsh winger Bale is one of the fastest and most skillful players in the world, and he has a deal with Adidas that pays him £4 million per year. Bale wears the Adidas X boots, which are designed for explosive acceleration and unpredictability.
Mario Balotelli (£5 million)
The Italian former striker Balotelli is one of the most eccentric and controversial players in the world, and he has a deal with Puma that pays him £5 million per year. Balotelli wears the Puma EvoPOWER boots, which are engineered for power and accuracy.
Jack Grealish (Puma) – £10m Per-Year
The Manchester City winger Jack Grealish is one of the most exciting and talented players in the Premier League, and he has a deal with Puma that pays him £10 million per year. Grealish wears the Puma Ultra boots, which are built for speed, lightness, and responsiveness.
Kylian Mbappe (£14 million)
The Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe is one of the best and most popular players in the world, and he has a deal with Nike that pays him £14 million per year. Mbappe wears the Nike Mercurial boots, which are made for explosive speed and agility.
Cristiano Ronaldo (£15 million)
The legend Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest and most influential players of all time, and he has a deal with Nike that pays him £15 million per year. Ronaldo wears the Nike Mercurial Superfly boots, which are customized for his style and preferences.
Lionel Messi (£18 million)
The Barcelona icon and new Inter Miami star Messi is widely regarded as the best player ever, and he has a deal with Adidas that pays him £18 million per year. Messi wears the Adidas Nemeziz boots, which are inspired by his agility and creativity.
Neymar (£23 million)
The Brazil superstar Neymar is one of the most entertaining and marketable players in the world, and he has a deal with Puma that pays him £23 million per year. Neymar wears the Puma King Platinum boots, which are a modern version of the classic Puma King boots worn by legends like Pele and Maradona. He recently joined the Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal and broke Pele’s record to become the Brazil team’s highest goal scorer. He is now the all-time highest goal scorer with 79 goals.
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