Ronaldo will earn 1800 crores in a year, it took India’s most expensive cricketer to earn that much money

The most famous soccer player in the world, Cristiano Ronaldo, has returned to the spotlight due to his earnings. Ronaldo left European football club Manchester United and joined Saudi Arabian football club Al Nastra. The deal between Ronaldo and Al Nastra is being seen as the most expensive deal in the sports world. With this, the debate has started again that in terms of earnings, cricket is nowhere to be found against sports like football.

Ronaldo will earn Rs 1800 crore every year for playing on behalf of Saudi Arabian club Al Nastra. But the highest earning player in the world’s richest cricket league, IPL, will have to play cricket for around 150 years to earn that much money. It is clear from this figure that no matter how popular cricket has become around the world, it still has a long way to go to catch up with football.

Rohit Sharma, MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja are the players who have been playing since the first season of IPL. Rohit Sharma is ahead in terms of earnings. Rohit Sharma has earned Rs 178 crores playing 15 IPL seasons. If you remove the average from him, Rohit Sharma earns around Rs 12 crores every year for playing IPL. So Rohit Sharma will have to play IPL for 150 years to earn Rs 1800 crore.

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Talking about the rest of the players, Dhoni earned Rs 176 crores by playing 15 IPL seasons. While Virat Kohli has earned Rs 173 crores by playing 15 IPL seasons. Ravindra Jadeja has earned Rs 109 crore from IPL. There are only seven players who have earned more than Rs 100 crores from IPL.

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One thing is clear from this: no cricketer can earn as much in his entire career as the likes of Ronaldo and Messi earn by signing up to a club in a year. The profit of the most expensive player in IPL is only Rs 18 crores. That player would also have to play IPL for 100 years to match Ronaldo’s one-year earnings.

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