What is Ronaldinho's net worth?
The Brazilian great retired in January, having won a Champions League, a World Cup trophy and the Ballon d'Or award. But how much does he earn?
• 2003: joined Barcelona for £25 million.
• 2008: joined AC Milan for £18m.
• 2011: joined Flamengo with just a £24,000-a-week salary.
• 2015: joined Fluminense with just a £150,000-a-month salary.
As for the off-field activities, in 2017 Ronaldinho launched a 'wine of champions' range with 11 different labels.
In 2006 Ronaldinho won the Ballon d'Or award and earned over $19 million from endorsements. He had been working with Nike, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, EA Sports, Gatorade and Danone.
For example, Ronaldinho appeared on the cover of FIFA Football 2004, FIFA 06, FIFA 07, FIFA 08 and FIFA 09. The Brazilian also sported personalised Nike Tiempo R10 boots.
Since 2006, Ronaldinho has been working together with UNICEF and the United Nations Children's Fund. He also regularly takes part in Soccer Aid charity matches. Ronaldinho is set to play in a 'Match for Solidarity' in a match arranged "in the name of peace, human rights and well-being".
Ronaldinho reportedly owns - or used to own - both a black and yellow Lamborghini Aventador, a red and a yellow Porsche Carerra S, red and yellow Ferrari 458s, a white Audi R8, an Audi Q7, a Bugatti Veyron, and a silver Mercedes Benz E Class. The car he is using most frequently is a Hummer H2.
Total net worth
Ronaldinho is estimated to have a net worth of between £80m and £100m. He owns property in Brazil, Greece, Barcelona, Lake Como and Florida.