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Messi Named as Richest Footballer in 2019

first_imgLionel Messi The duo were also the only players to surpass the £100m mark.The figures are made up of wages, bonuses, endorsements, commercial revenue and other streams.Following on from the top two, the gap starts to widen.PSG superstar Neymar collected £87m for his efforts last year while Real Madrid outcast Gareth Bale received £35.45m in what has been a dramatic fall from grace during his career at the Bernabeu.Bale narrowly pips Antoine Griezmann to fourth, with the Frenchman earning £200,000 less than the former Tottenham winger.Manchester City star Raheem Sterling was the only Premier League player and Englishman to make the list, raking in £30.96m during the calendar year as Pep Guardiola’s men secured an unprecedented English domestic Treble.A surprise inclusion on the list came in the form of Andres Iniesta.Despite leaving the Nou Camp for Japanese side Vissel Kobe in 2018, Iniesta is still making bank having earned £31.14m in 2019.While France Footballmay have denied Robert Lewandowski the Ballon d’Or award this year, they couldn’t deny him from making the top 10 in this list, with the Bayern Munich talisman coming ninth with a haul of £26.56m.Kylian Mbappe joins PSG team-mate Neymar on the list, having earned £24.73m last year to complete the top 10 list.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Lonel Messihas been named as the richest player in world football – edging his long-standing rival Cristiano Ronaldoin the rankings.French magazine, France Football, have compiled a list of the top 10 best-paid players in 2019, which predictably saw two of the game’s greatest-ever players sit first and second.Messi made a staggering £120million last year, £11m more than Ronaldo who enjoyed his first full campaign at Juventus.last_img read more

Germany’s World Cup exit was not a shock for Arsenal legend Lehmann

first_img Germany manager Joachim Löw has hinted he now faces an uncertain future 2 “We are so disappointed about yesterday – we’re not use to it and we can’t really believe it,” the former Arsenal goalkeeper told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“The World Cup without us?“We knew we had problems [going into the World Cup] in some positions – strikers, wingers, left-back and right-back – so it’s not easy to cope with that when you’re facing tough teams who defend quite deep.“These are new challenges and we didn’t really manage to face these challenges to solve problems against such teams.“But you can’t blame any player for not trying.”Germany’s group stage exit means the reigning World Cup champions have now failed to reach the knock-out stages in the last FOUR tournaments.It’s an unfamiliar feeling for Germany, who have been one of the super powers of international football for the last decade.But Lehmann insists bowing out in Russia is not the biggest disappointment Die Mannschaft has faced.He added: “I wouldn’t say it’s the worst – it’s a big disappointment obviously because everybody expected this team to do better than the last European championship two years ago, but even there we didn’t really perform.“I experienced this myself after the Euro 2000 and 2004. We were knocked out in the first round and that was such a huge disappointment that afterwards the German FA restructured the whole academy and development department – which then led to our success.“We have been quite spoiled by success, but we have only won one World Cup out of three or four chances.” Jens Lehmann has told talkSPORT the whole of Germany has been crushed by the nation’s early elimination from the World Cup, but admits the signs were there before their trip to Russia.We said “Auf Wiedersehen” to the defending world champions on Wednesday as a 2-0 defeat to already-out South Korea saw Joachim Löw’s side finish bottom of Group F, as Sweden and Mexico progressed.It’s the first time in Löw’s career as Germany head coach that he has failed to take the team to at least the semi-finals of a major tournament.But while it seems the rest of the football world were shocked by Germany’s poor campaign – which saw them win one, lose two and face rumours of unrest from within the camp – Lehmann insists their problems were clear before the tournament had started. 2 And the former Arsenal star has cast aside old rivalries to throw his full support behind England’s quest to end over 50 years of hurt.“The English, yes of course,” Lehmann said when asked who he will now be supporting.“I am close to England, due to my career, and it would be a fantastic boost and a fantastic atmosphere for England if they go further.”talkSPORT are with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. Jens Lehmann got 61 caps for Germany and made 200 appearances for Arsenal last_img read more