Neymar Jr. is a professional Brazilian footballer who plays for french club PSG and Brazil national team. He is considered one of the best players of the current era and is compared to players like Messi and Ronaldo.
The Brazilian still has a long way to go in his career but has already achieved a lot. He turned 26 in 2018 but has bagged more than 250 goals in his club career and around 50 at the national stage.
He recently left spanish club Barcelona to join Paris Saint-Germain and was signed with a wage higher than any other in European football. Neymar currently sits at $110 million.
Neymar’s Salary & Earnings
Neymar earns a whopping $43.4 million per year at PSG, which brings down his weekly earnings to $850,000 which is miles more than what Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi earn.
Current earnings of Neymar is way more than what he used to get when he signed for Barcelona for a $350,000 wage.
Luxuries and Investments
Neymar owns many expensive cars like Volkswagen Touareg V8 FSI, Volvo XC60, Porsche Panamera, Audi R8 GT etc. He also owns a yacht worth $8 million and a helicopter at his disposal.
Neymar has a luxury house in Sao Paulo which costs more than $10 million. Additionally, he also purchased a five storey house in Paris with top luxury facilities and a place in Beverly Hills.
The Brazilian earns around $21 million from endorsements according to an estimation made by Forbes. This made him the only player who earn more money off the pitch than on it.
Although with his transfer to PSG the scenario has changed a bit, there is still a huge impact of him in his native country where he is a recognized face on many consumer products.
Sponsorships of Neymar include worlds biggest companies of their sector like Nike, Gillette, Beats Electronics, Panasonic and Red Bull.
Neymar has a Instituto Projeto Neymar Jr established in his childhood neighborhood. The place enables poor people of the region to develop and transform themselves through help of educational, artistic and sporting initiatives. It serves more than 2470 kids with their families.
Sources of Wealth
Player for PSG, Endorsements, Side businesses
São Paulo, Brazil
Beats Electronics, Gillette, Nike, Panasonic, Red Bull
Instituto Projeto Neymar Jr Facility for poor people