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Sergio Ramos Net Worth

Sergio Ramos is a Spanish footballer. He was born on 30th March 1986. He emerged from Sevilla’s youth academy and played two seasons with the senior team. Later, he made a move to Real Madrid and the rest is history.


Sergio Ramos is one of the most decorated footballers of this generation and one of the best center-back in the history of football. Ramos is a bit of everything: technical ability, strength, personality, and leadership. He won five La Liga titles and four Champions League titles with Real Madrid.


In 2021, he made his move to Paris Saint-Germain after playing 16 years in Madrid


What is Sergio Ramos’s net worth?


Sergio Ramos Net Worth is $63 Million as of 2021. Football is the world’s most famous and most-watched game around the world. Fans are crazy about the game and the players. And one such star of Football is Sergio Ramos.


Sergio Ramos’s Career Earnings


Sergio Ramos will reportedly earn around $10 million per year with League 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain.


PSG's new number 4 will be looking for titles at the Parc des Princes and, in turn, will have the economic stability he was looking for with a two-year contract. Aside from the length of the contract, Sergio Ramos will arrive at the Parc des Princes as one of the leading men in terms of salary.


Sergio Ramos’s Endorsements



Sergio Ramos has been a successful captain and a player. He has capitalized every bit of it off the field. He has attracted interest from some major brands across the world. Ramos is also an ambassador of the German luxury fashion company Hugo Boss. He has been a model in the brand’s various advertisement campaigns


Ramos is also seen wearing Hugo Boss suits while entering the stadium. Ramos is also a brand ambassador of Pepsi. Famously, he featured in the Pepsi Squad campaign during the 2014 World Cup.


Likewise, Ramos is also the brand ambassador of Gatorade. He has been featured in many ad campaigns to promote their energy drinks.


In 2019, Ramos tied a sponsorship deal with Budweiser. The company used Ramos' tattoos to narrate a story of “greatness” for his successful football career. Later, Ramos tattoo buds were released by Budweiser in a limited edition.


In 2020, Sergio Ramos signed with Adidas.


Sergio Ramos’s Investments



Ramos has developed perhaps his most ambitious project yet together with his father, José María. Through the company Desarrollos Inmobiliarios Los Berrocales SA, which is managed by Ramos Sr, the pair has invested more than 60 million euros in an urban planning project whose aim is to construct tens of thousands of homes in the south of Madrid.


Ramos follows what is seen as one of his chief passions: the breeding of Spanish thoroughbred horses. A perhaps less well-known interest in which Ramos invests his wealth is art.


"There’s no better way to invest than in art and culture”. Thanks to the capable advisers that the couple has surrounded themselves with, says Ramos. They have enjoyed "the odd decent return" on what they have put into the sector.


Sergio Ramos’s other sources of Income



Sergio Ramos has also made personal investments in several corporate institutions.

All the income he generates except his football salary and endorsements comes from the investments he has made along the way in his career. All his investments are mentioned above.


Sergio Ramos’s Expenditures



Ramos has spent quite a lot on his car collection. The first one is the Audi Sportback, a sports style with a top speed of 250 km/h. Likewise, another is Audi A6 Avant which is a sports car and has hybrid technology.


Another Audi car that Ramos owns is the Audi R8 Spyder, a price tag of £118,455 and a top speed of 203.8mph. Sergio Ramos chose Audi A8 50 TDI Quattro Tiptronic, worth €101,325


His other amazing car is the Mercedes AMG G 63, costing £145,000. Moreover, he has Mercedes in both black and white color.


Ramos also has 3 Porsche cars in his collection. Later in May, he added a Porsche 977 Turbo S in his garage. He has a 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo that has 580 horsepower, valued at around £ 171,859.


Sergio Ramos’s Charity



In 2014, Sergio Ramos was appointed as UNICEF Spain ambassador during a youth event in Curitiba. He has been actively involved in UNICEF programs and events. Ramos made a field visit to Senegal after the World Cup victory in South Africa. There he played in Champions of Africa and Champions of Life solidarity games. Likewise, he also visited children’s survival campaigns, donated personal items to collect funds.


Likewise, in 2015 Ramos spent his holidays in Cuba for UNICEF projects. He played football matches with children, signed autographs, and visited the school. Similarly, in 2017 Ramos visited Peru to work to visit flood-affected families and children.


Furthermore, in 2017 Ramos donated £85,000 before the game against Napoli to the Red Cross to help landmine victims in Afghanistan.


In 2019, Ramos helped to raise $1.5 million a day for UNICEF charity. Moreover, the money was provided by Gates Foundation, who provided $1 for every as he gets on his Instagram post. Later, the money was used to purchase 14 million measles vaccines by UNICEF.


COVID-19


Sergio Ramos was among footballers who made a huge contribution during the Covid-19 pandemic. In March 2020, Ramos donated 2,64,571 masks, 15000 test kits, and 1,000 individual protection equipment to fight the Covid-19 pandemic in India.


Likewise, he also donated an undisclosed amount to the La Liga festival, which raised about €600,000. Recently, Ramos expressed his concern for the India Covid 19 crisis on his social media. He also shared the UNICEF link to donate money to help severely affected India.


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