Neymar's deal with Panini is revealed - €77 per signed sticker!

The Brazilian earned almost €50,000 signing the famous album fodder, but his income was some way behind that pocketed by rival Cristiano Ronaldo

The number of avenues available to professional footballers looking to up their incomes is truly bewildering - just ask Neymar! 

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Barcelona's Brazilian star is one of the highest-paid players at Camp Nou, and is expected to put pen to paper on a new deal that would up his wages even further. 

But in the meantime, the ex-Santos man keeps the cash flowing in by signing football stickers. 

According to Football Leaks, published this week, Neymar held a commercial deal worth €47,000 with album giants Panini back in 2013.  

The agreement required the striker to sign 600 stickers, meaning he essentially earned €77 per shiny. 

Good work if you can get it, but unfortunately some way behind Cristiano Ronaldo: the Real Madrid star reportedly took home €165,000 for the same amount, or €165 per sticker!


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