Net Worth: $130 Million
The retired French soccer player was considered (at his peak) one of the best strikers out there. Even today, some argue that Henry is probably the best soccer player the world has ever known.
He was known for his smooth moves on the field and the way he made everything look so easy. He rose to fame while playing for Arsenal, maintained his glory at Barcelona FC, and ended his magnificent career with the New York Red Bulls.
Net Worth: $70 Million
Exported into Europe from Ivory Coast, Yaya Toure has worked hard for his 70 million big ones. Although he doesn't play professionally anymore, he was recently appointed FC Akhmat Grozny's assistant manager.
He has a rich history with Monaco, Barcelona, Qingdao F.C., and Olympiacos F.C. where he was most noticed. He was always seen as an average soccer player, however, the amount of money in his bank account is anything but average.
Net Worth: $60 Million
Dani Alves is seen as one of the full-back of his time. He plays for his Brazilian national team and earns dollars by kicking the ball for Club Universidad Nacional wearing #33 as the team's midfielder.
Before doing that, he proudly wore the Barcelona uniform, PSG, and Juventus F.C. His annual fee of almost $10 million, places him on our expensive list.
Net Worth: $120 Million
For those who followed soccer during the late 1990s, Zinedine Zidane is a name no one can forget. The retired French coach and player is worth over $120 million. He is with no doubt a legend in the world of soccer.
He earned his fortune playing for Bordeaux, Juventus, Real Madrid, and the French national team, bringing them to significant achievements and recognition.
Net Worth: $145 Million
The Welsh Gareth Bale is known for his speed on the field and astonishing technics. He has a net worth of $145 million, and there is more where that came from. He began his career as a defender but very quickly moved to the forefront of the attack.
He rose to fame wearing the uniform of Tottenham and later moved to Real Madrid CF, but it was only a matter of time before he returned to his former club, Tottenham. Eventually, he signed up with Los Angeles FC.