Net Worth: $95 Million
Along his career, the retired Cameroonian soccer player gathered many titles, achievements, and a lot of dollars. At one point in his career, he was one of the highest-paid players in the world. He proudly wore the Barcelona uniform, which later on would feature Messi, Ronaldinho, and others.
Eto’o comes from one of the most deprived areas in Cameron and grew up only dreaming of wealth and success. He has since achieved all of his goals and is worth 95 million big ones.
Net Worth: $160 Million
Brazilian Ronaldo Luiz Nazario de Lima is one of the best soccer players the world has known. Even though he had already retired, his name is still associated with the greatest of them all. It is not by chance that he was also nicknamed 'The Phenomenon' ("O Fenomeno").
He earned his loot playing for the Brazilian national team and for Real Madrid CF, where he had a strong influence (and a lot of money).
Net Worth: $60 Million
Roy Keane took his first footsteps in the world of soccer, playing for Nottingham Forest F.C. He then moved to Manchester United and then ended his professional career at Celtic.
Often referred to as the best Irish footballer in history, at his peak, Keane earned himself more than $60,000 a week for kicking the ball. Now he is worth more than $60 million dollars.
Net Worth: $100 Million
Totti began his soccer career when he was just eight years old, which gave him plenty of time to collect all of those dollars into his bank account. 100 million of them.
He came to fame in the 1998-1999 season. One year later, he was titled 'The best Italian player of the year". So these days, he is not only recognized as an Italian soccer legend but he is also identified as a very rich one too.
Net Worth: $145 Million
As of today, Alexander Pato is one of the wealthiest soccer players in the world. Up until 2013, he was proudly kicking the ball for his national team Brazil, but today plays only for Orlando City.
The talented striker had a total of 27 appearances wearing his national uniform, scoring a total of 10 goals. Now we know where all those dollars come from.