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Ronaldo is a Brazilian retired professional footballer and his current net worth is $165 million.
The footballer born as Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima, is a retired footballer who used to play as a striker. Famous as Il Fenômeno, Ronaldo is one of the greatest football players of all time.
He began his football career playing for Cruzeiro, and at 16 years old he made his professional debut in the Minas Gerais State Championship.
In 1993, after scoring five goals in the match against Bahia, he caught the public eye.
While with Cruzeiro he scored 44 goals in 47 games, making it the team part of their first Copa do Brazil.
But before playing for them, he tried getting in his favorite team Flamengo, but Jairzinho saw Ronaldo’s potential and guided him towards Cruzeiro.
He is a three-time FIFA World Player of the Year and two-time recipient of Ballon d’Or. In his peak years, people knew him for his dribbling at speed, feints and clinical finishing.
In 2004 he became a part of the Brazilian Football Museum Hall of Fame, as well as of the Italian Football Hall of Fame.
Scoring 62 goals he played for Brazil in 98 games, making him the second-highest goalscorer for his national team, after Pele. He scored his most memorable goal at SD Compostela in 1996.
At 17 years old he became the youngest member of the Brazilian team who won the 1994 FIFA World Cup.
After almost three years where he stood on the side due to serious knee injuries, he joined Real Madrid in 2002. Spells at A.C. Milan and Corinthians followed afterwards.
He retired from professional football in 2011, after suffering further injuries.
After the retirement, he kept working as a United Nation Development Programme Goodwill Ambassador, a position he got in 2000.
He also served as an ambassador for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Ronaldo co-owns the sports marketing company 9INE, with his friend, Anderson Silva, one of his clients. He also became a minority owner of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the North American Soccer League.