Football players nowadays have more than one way to earn money as they are sponsorships among other things that they involve themselves in, that will end up earning them a lot of money they are making in the world of football these days.
Across the globe, we see the likes of Manchester United Football Club's Cristiano Ronaldo with Nike, Lionel Messi of Paris Saint Germain Football Club with Adidas, and Neymar Junior of Paris Saint Germain with Puma earning well over R175 million per year to be sponsored by the respective sporting wear giants.
In South Africa, it is no different as Kaizer Chiefs Football Club youngster Sabelo Radebe who is using Nike soccer boots when playing football was thought to be sponsored by the legendary club that sponsors his club Chiefs.
The 21-year-old left many confused after he was spotted wearing Puma sneakers leaving the thought of him being sponsored by Nike out of the window.
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