Gareth Bale is a professional Welsh footballer who plays as a winger for Spanish club Real Madrid and the Wales national team.
Bale has achieved a lot in the recent years and has been a high impact player for the Real Madrid team. He has made 188 appearances and has scored 86 goals for the club in all competitions. Bale has a net worth of $165 million as of December 2017.
Gareth Bale’s Salary & Earnings
Bale earns a hefty $465,000 weekly at Santiago Bernabeu. He is still behind teammate Ronaldo who earns slightly more followed by rival team player Messi who sits at the top spot in La Liga.
Luxuries and Investments
Gareth bale is a top class player who earns a fortune and with that comes his love for cars. He own an Audi Q7, Mercedes Class C63 AMG Coupe, Range Rover, Audi R8 Spyder and Lamborghini Aventador Roadster.
Bale owns a luxurious house in Cardiff, United Kingdom and that is where his parents live. He also owns a splendid house in La Finca area of Madrid, Spain.
Bale owns a company called Primesure Limited, wherein he owns 60% of the shares of the company and his parents own 20.
Gareth Bale Endorsements
Bale is quite a public figure and similar to Messi he has also become an integral part of Adidas’ marketing plans. The Welshman signed a new deal with the company in 2014 worth $26m for a period of six years. Apart from sports brand Adidas, Bale also has signed sponsorship with companies like Nissan Motor, Konami and Foot Locker. He currently earns about $11 million from these companies.
Bale gave great support for a campaign that aimed to collect $1.9 million for a boy suffering from meningitis to pay for prosthetic legs.
He also donated a Real Madrid signed shirt to save a Cardiff scout group which needed £250,000 to buy its headquarters.
|Age||Sources of Wealth|
|28||Player for Real Madrid and Endorsements|
|$24 million||$11 million|
|Cardiff, United Kingdom||Adidas,Nissan Motor, Konami and Foot Locker.|
|Marital Status||Social Commitments|
|Engaged||Charity for a child and other donations for raising funds to meet social cause in Cardiff.|