Opinion: Top 5 Richest Nigerian Footballers (Photos)

Top 5 Richest Footballers In Nigeria


1: John Obi Mikel: 

John Obi Mikel is a professional Nigerian footballer who acquired his wealth while playing for Chelsea for years, currently he is ranked as the richest Nigerian footballer with a value of #23 billion.Opinion: Top 5 Richest Nigerian Footballers (Photos)

2: Obafemi Martins:

Obafemi Martins is a Nigerian football player who plays as a striker for Wuhan Zall in the Chinese super League, be joined the Chinese club in 2016 where he earned a lot of money to increase his net worth.

The talented player earns #2.4 billion annually and he is ranked as the second richest player in Nigeria.

Opinion: Top 5 Richest Nigerian Footballers (Photos)Opinion: Top 5 Richest Nigerian Footballers (Photos)

3: Odion Jude Ighalo:

 Odion Ighalo is a Nigerian striker who plays for premiere league club Manchester United on a six month loan from Chinese club Shanghai Greenland Shenhua.

In December 2017, Ighalo built an orphanage home in Lagos State with #500 million, which is the the same place he was raised as a child, currently he is the third richest player in Nigeria with a worth of #12 billion.

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4: Vincent Enyeama:

Vincent Enyeama is a former Nigerian goalkeeper who played for Lille from 2011 to 2018 and was on a huge amount of salary with around 1.8 million Euros annually, which eventually bought him a spot at the richest footballers in Nigeria.
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5: Victor Moses:

Victor Moses is a Nigerian footballer whose net worth is #7.3 billion having played for different clubs in the premiere league.

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