It's a dream job to be a football player. Footballers are now among the world's wealthiest celebrities, and living in luxury has become a way of life for many. They own private aircraft, drive high-end automobiles, and live in multimillion-dollar houses. Because private jets are so expensive, anyone who buys one or more must be extraordinarily wealthy. Top European athletes such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, and others have private planes, so knowing that African footballers do as well is comfortable.
Samuel Eto'o is one of the best and most illustrious footballers to have ever graced the African continent. He's a gifted and resourceful individual.
Samuel Eto'o is a Cameroonian who has played football for the majority of his life outside of Cameroon. Eto'o had previously represented several European football clubs. During his career, he scored nearly 200 goals for Inter Milan, Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Chelsea.
In a same vein, Samuel has a slew of individual and team awards to his name, including the African Player of the Year award, which he has held for the previous four years.
Samuel Eto'o's net worth is projected to be approximately $95 million dollars, according to legit.ng.
Didier Drogba (retired) is a retired Ivorian footballer who was a former captain and the Côte D'voire national team's all-time leading scorer.
He was a brilliant player during his heyday, and his exceptional achievements for Chelsea earned him the African Footballer of the Year title twice, in 2006 and 2009.
Drogba played for a few of Europe's top clubs, but Chelsea was his greatest and most successful club. Drogba's play style is unequaled. He was a fearsome striker who earned a slew of awards.
The articulate striker is Chelsea's finest foreign player of all time, as well as one of Africa's most powerful and wealthiest footballers. He also has a private plane worth approximately $90 million.
Muhammed Salah, an Egyptian attacker who plays for Liverpool, is one of the world's highest-paid African players (as of 2020).
He was a significant member of Liverpool's Premier League-winning team for the first time in 30 years. Salah's annual salary at Liverpool is expected to reach $14 million this season.
In addition, the superstar was awarded the golden boot for the 2019 English Premier League (EPL), which is worth over $40 million.
Muh Salah was also dubbed "Egyptian Messi" because of his style of play. Among the many awards and nominations he has received, the following are the most notable:
2018 African Player of the Year, 2019 African Player of the Year, BBC African Footballer of the Year 2017, CAF Most Promising Talent of the Year (2012), FIFA Puskas Award (2018), Premier League Golden Boot 2017 and 2019, Premier League Golden Boot 2018 and 2019.
Emmanuel Adebayo is a Nigerian footballer.
Emmanuel Adebayor is recognized for his lavish fashion sense. He has played for international teams such as Arsenal and Real Madrid and is one of Africa's top forwards. The general captain of the Togo national team was an African footballer. It was discovered in 2015 that the superstar had converted from Christianity to Islam. Emmanuel Adebayor, who has a net worth of $45 million dollars, lives a lavish lifestyle that includes riding in a Rolls Royce and residing in an exotic mansion. He owns a multimillion-dollar private plane and is very proud of it.
One of the African footballers on our list of private jet owners is Asamoah Gyan. For the Ghanaian national team, the 'Black Stars,' he is the all-time leading scorer. 'Baby Jet,' Asamoah Gyan, has played a key role in the rise of Ghana's Black Stars team. He has also played for clubs in Saudi Arabia, including Stade Rennais, Sunderland, and Al Ain FC. Asamoah Gyan, the owner of Baby Jet Airline, was recently reported to have secured an air carrier travel license for his business. His estimated net worth is $ 23 million dollars.
Suleiman Ali Muntari
Suleiman Ali Muntari is yet another promising and talented African player. He is affluent, influential, and owns a private plane, of course. He is regarded as one of Ghana's greatest midfielders. On an international level, he has also represented Milan and Portsmouth.
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