Hotshot footballer and father of 4, Cristiano Ronaldo presently has the quickest selling shirt in the history of the Premier League.
Lionel Messi at long last exited Barcelona following 21 years at the club to join Paris Saint-Germain, while Cristiano Ronaldo has made a thrilling return to Manchester United subsequent to finishing his first spell at Old Trafford somewhere in 2009.
As indicated by Love the Sales, Ronaldo’s notorious No 7 shirt has gotten £187.1m since his number was affirmed on September 2, 2021 while Messi, notwithstanding making his move three weeks earlier, has piled up £103.8m in deals of his No. 30 jersey.
This implies the clubs, have gotten significantly more cash-flow notwithstanding the direct front expenses for the stars. Ronaldo’s transfer fee before additional items was £12.9m, which means his shirt deals are multiple times more than that and have gotten £13.1m in income for United as of now, while Messi’s marking on expense of £25m in the wake of joining the Paris Saint Germain.
The shirt-deal information likewise uncovers that Ronaldo’s shirt is obviously the quickest selling in Premier League history and online looks for ‘Ronaldo 7 shirt’ have expanded by 600% contrasted with the previous summer.
Meanwhile, latest report picked up from the world of football indicates that Manchester City footballer, Benjamin Mendy will stay in custody ahead of schedule one year from now before his trial with more than four rape and one sex assault charges against three ladies.
Mendy who talked uniquely to affirm his name during the 45-minute hearing at Chester Crown Court, where a date of January 24, 2022 has been set for his preliminary, is being blamed for four counts of rape and one with sexual assault.
Benjamin Mendy who happens to be 27-year-old paid attention to procedures meant him through a French translator that sat right behind him in the dock.
As per report, the charges were not put to him and no requests were entered during the hearing of the whole proceedings, which managed authoritative matters ahead of the trial.
A further hearing has been scheduled on November 15 and Eleanor Laws QC, defending Benjamin Mendy, said there would be an application to excuse the charges on the said date.