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Cristiano Ronaldo’s salary: How much Man Utd star makes a week, month and year

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It’s been some 12 years since the Portuguese forward graced the corridors of the Theatre of Dreams, and in that time his superstar status has only continued to sky rocket.

And despite being 36, Ronaldo’s financial power – even from just football alone – is showing no signs of wavering.

Manchester United had little hesitation in making Cristiano Ronaldo the top earner at the club to seal his return to Old Trafford last month.

His commercial appeal does give United plenty of scope to reap the rewards of his signing away from the field, though.

United even managed to agree with Juventus to stagger the payment installments to structure it as five amounts of €3m.

His presence at the club will also increase the likelihood of United attracting more sponsors to add to their ever-growing list of partnerships.

Ronaldo counts sportswear giants Nike, watchmakers Tag Heuer, Herbalife and Clear Haircare among his sponsors, while also possessing his own CR7 brand, which includes but isn’t limited to investments in hotels and clothing.

In fact, it was United’s own commercial power which helped them bring Ronaldo back to the club, as his signing was not originally part of their summer plans.

But Ronaldo has insisted he is not just here to make up the numbers and cash in on a big payday.

Asked if he felt United could win trophies this season, he replied: “This is why I am here. I am not here for a vacation.

“Before was good, winning important things and I wore the shirt before, many years ago, but I am here to win again.

“I am capable, me and my team-mates. I am ready to go, I am ready to go. It is a good chance for me, for the supporters, for the club, to get one step ahead.

“I am ready and I think I will be a huge thing in the next three or four years.”

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Lionel Messi wins record seventh men’s Ballon d’Or

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Messi, who left Barcelona as a free agent to sign for Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, was presented with the award for best men’s footballer in the world on Monday night in Paris after another record-breaking 12 months for club and country.

“I’m really proud to win the France Football Ballon d’Or once again,” said Messi. “It’s incredible to win it for the seventh time.

Messi, who wore a sparkly dinner jacket at the ceremony in Paris, collected the honour for a record sixth time in 2019 – one ahead of great rival Cristiano Ronaldo – before the awards were cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Poland international Lewandowski, 33, who was widely expected to win last year, finished second after scoring 38 goals in 30 league games for Bayern in 2021.


Meanwhile, Jorginho finished third after a standout year in which he helped Italy to glory at the delayed Euro 2020 after lifting the Champions League trophy with Chelsea in May.

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling was the highest-ranked England player for the men’s award, finishing 15th, with compatriots Mason Mount, Harry Kane and Phil Foden 19th, 23rd and 25th respectively.

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Wasafibet – Diamond Platinumz launches new betting company, partners with Odibets

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Diamond has officially launched the new betting company dubbed WasafiBet at a ceremony that brought Bongo elites together.

Through his Instagram he launched WasafiBet on Friday, November 26, and captioned it “Pesa lipo.

Due to his massive following, it was established shortly after unveiling the product with over 10K followers in hours.

The betting company’s Instagram page and Twitter handle gained more than 10,000 followers in less than one hour after Diamond’s launching.

WasafiBet Instagram page hints that the company have an association with a Kenyan betting company Odibets.

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Court Closes Case Against FKF President Nick Mwendwa

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Beleaguered Football Kenya Federation (FKF) President Nick Mwendwa is a free man after the state dropped all the corruption charges against him.

On Thursday 25th November, a court ruling was issued, that ordered Nick Mwenda be refunded Ksh 4 million he deposited to secure his release.

On Wednesday, November 16 the government was given an ultimatum of one week to prosecute Mwendwa, failure to which his case would be closed.

“We seek to close the file as we proceed with investigations at our own pace before we prefer charges against him,” the prosecution said.

“Police arrested and detained Mwendwa irregularly which exhibited bad faith. They brought him to the court without a holding charge even after detaining him for a whole weekend,” Nyamu said.

The court granted the prosecution 7days to prefer charges against Mwendwa after a request to detain him for 14 days was declined.

“I, therefore, order this matter closed as prayed by the DPP, ” Wandia said.

Friday, November 12th, 2021 Nick Mwendwa was allegedly arrested over the misuse of funds while visiting the Harambee Stars camp at the Nyayo National Stadium.

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