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It’s one of the biggest transfers in football history, big enough to overshadow a World Cup semi-final.
Cristiano Ronaldo has secured his big money move to Italian giants Juventus after spending nine years with Real Madrid.
Los Blanco’s fans will be gutted his decorated career with the Spanish giants is over but Ronaldo should be laughing all the way to the bank.
The lucrative new deal means the 33 year old has opened another page in his careers, alongside another in his cheque book.
Here are breakdown of Ronaldo’s salary for the next 4 years
€120 million (AUS$189 million) over his four year deal
€30 million (AUS$47 million) a year
€2.5 million (AUS$4 Million) a month
€576,923 (AUS$912,587) a week
€82,417 (AUS$130,368) a day.
€3,434 (AUS$5,431) an hour
€57.23 (AUS$90.53) a minute.
€0.95 (AUS$1.50) a second.
Earning AUS$5,431 an hour means that the Portuguese superstar can earn up to $43,448 during an eight hour sleep. Not bad.
Ronaldo is ranked third on the Forbes’ Highest paid athletes list following this move. He is just behind Lionel Messi of Barcelona and Boxer, Floyd Mayweather.