Meet the footballer who insured his legs for 144 million dollars.
By Divine18 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 775 views
Yes there is a footballer on planet Earth who has insured his legs for a whopping sum of 144 million dollars that's double of Mikel Obi net worth.
It is no other person than the 5 time Ballon d'or award winner and 5 time champions league winner and one of the greatest footballers that have ever played on the pitch Cristiano Ronaldo.
Yes in the year 2009 when he left Manchester United for Real Madrid football club he insured his legs for a whopping sum of about 144 million dollars.
He did this in order to protect himself from career threatening injuries to his leg.
The football player has also done a lot with money he even bought himself a 500,000 dollars rollex watch (185 million naira).
He is also a very philanthropic individual who sold his Golden boot to support needy children at Gaza,he does not also have any tattoo drawn on his body because he donated blood to his team mates son in Portugal and his a regular blood donor.
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