Cristiano Ronaldo to make Rs 970 crore in 4 years following move to Juventus

Five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo will rake in a weekly income of 576,000 (Rs 4.6 crore) euros after joining Italian Serie A giants Juventus in a 100-million-euro deal.
The 33-year-old Portuguese is the third highest paid footballer in the world after Paris Saint-Germain’s Neymar who brings in 708,000 euros (Rs 5.7 crore) and his eternal rival Lionel Messi who became the highest paid footballer after signing a new deal with Barcelona last November. He will now make around 100 million euros annually.Ronaldo will earn 120 million euros in his four years at Turin. This, when broken down comes to 576,000 euros (Rs 4.6 crore) in a week; 3,430 euros (Rs 2.7 lakh) in an hour; 7 euros (Rs 4,600) in a minute and 0.95 euros (Rs 77) in a second.
Going by the aforementioned account, the Portuguese talisman could purchase at least two Honda City cars after an eight-hour nap, or can buy an iPhone X every 21 minutes.During his time in Madrid, Ronaldo was making 365,000 euros (around Rs 3 crore) a week and was reportedly unhappy with the wage gap he shared with Barcelona’s Messi.
Ronaldo’s big-money move to Juventus was the most expensive transfer in the history of the Italian league. He will now make almost as much as the five highest earners at The Old Lady- Gonzalo Higuain (Rs 1.2 crore a week), Douglas Costa (Rs 93 lakh), Miralem Pjanic (Rs 89 lakh), Blaise Matuidi (Rs 77.5 lakh) and Emre Can (Rs 77.5 lakh).
After nine seasons with Spanish giants Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo completed his move to Juventus on Tuesday, citing a “new challenge” as the reason for the switch.