Ronaldinho: Net worth, earnings, endorsements and all the cars he drives around

Take a look at Ronaldinho’s net worth, earnings, sponsorship deals, and other statistics.

Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, commonly known as Ronaldinho is a former Brazilian professional footballer who is now serving as the ambassador for Barcelona. The Brazil legend retired from professional football in 2018, capping off a glittering career, just how much did he earn?
Following Ronaldinho’s retirement in 2018, there was a flood of tributes to one of the most talented and colorful footballers of his generation.

Former Gremio, PSG, Barcelona, AC Milan, and Brazil star called it quits after a glittering career that included two Liga titles, a Scudetto, a Champions League, a World Cup, and the 2005 Ballon d’Or trophy.

Take a look at Ronaldinho’s net worth, earnings, sponsorship deals, and other statistics:

Net worth:

Ronaldinho’s net worth is believed to be between £80 million and £100 million ($100 million – $125 million). His money, though, is becoming increasingly hazy as he deals with major financial and legal problems in his native Brazil. In 2019, the nation seized his property and revoked his passport due to outstanding fines. In 2020, he will serve time in a Paraguayan jail, which will have an effect on his earning ability.

He holds land in Brazil, Greece, Barcelona, Lake Como, and Florida, and he promotes his brands to a combined social audience of over 100 million people.


Ronaldinho has made a lot of money both on and off the field since Brazil won the World Cup in 2002. His earnings skyrocketed following a £25 million move from PSG to Barcelona ahead of the 2003-04 season. Later, in 2008, he joined AC Milan for £18 million on a three-year deal worth £5.1 million per year, with £875,000 in incentives.

Ronaldinho’s pay dropped from £100,000 a week at Flamengo to £24,000 a week after a 2011 transfer, though he had the chance to receive a further £244,000 a year in incentives. However, his contract was terminated due to allegations that the Brazilian club had not paid him.

His last deal as a professional footballer was signed with Fluminense for around £150,000 per month plus further fees from publicity rights, but the contract was canceled after just a few months.

Ronaldinho revealed a deal with Italian businessman Fabio Cordella in 2017, in which they unveiled a ‘wine of champions’ range with 11 different brands of the cocktail, establishing a starting lineup of legendary footballers.

Business and Sponsorship deals:

Nike, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, EA Sports, Gatorade, and Danone are among the big brands with which Ronaldinho has collaborated.

In 2006, a year after winning his only Ballon d’Or, Ronaldinho won more than $19 million in endorsements – more than he was paying by Barcelona in salary. Six years later, however, he was forced to terminate his contract with Flamengo after alleging that a lack of wage, bonus, and picture rights fees had cost him millions of pounds. Coca-Cola has canceled his £415,000-a-year endorsement contract, which was set to expire in 2014 after he drank a can of rival soda Pepsi at his unveiling at Atletico Mineiro.

Throughout his lucrative contract with Nike, Ronaldinho has worn personalized Nike Tiempo R10 boots and featured in various television commercials, though the total price charged by the manufacturers for his role is unknown. He has also collaborated with EA Sports, featuring on the covers of FIFA Football 2004, FIFA 06, FIFA 07, FIFA 08, and FIFA 09. He recently signed a deal with Konami to be on the cover of eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020.

He has also collaborated with a range of smaller businesses, such as energy drink manufacturers and cell phone companies, and is charged to promote a variety of items, such as fidget spinners and condoms, on his social media accounts.

Car’s he owns:

The ex-forward has been photographed in a black and yellow Lamborghini Aventador, a red and yellow Porsche Carerra S, red and yellow Ferrari 458s, a white Audi R8, an Audi Q7, a Bugatti Veyron, and a silver Mercedes Benz E Class. The vehicle in which Ronaldinho has been most often seen is his Hummer H2.

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