David Beckham at 43, ranked among current Premier League's highest paid stars

David Beckham at 43, ranked among current Premier League's highest paid stars

- Retired David Beckham is still relevant in the highest earning footballers

- The ex-Manchester United star pays himself a staggering £35,000 a day

- The 43-year-old has made £45 million over the past five years from his brand

England legend David Beckham is no doubt one of the most famous people in the world thanks to his extravagant career and high-profile marriage to former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham.

The 43-year-old midfielder pays himself a staggering £35,000 a day and still ranks among the top Premier League earners.

The ex-Manchester United's business ventures and Brand Beckham holdings are estimated to be worth a whopping £339million.

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The two companys run separate commercial operations, where Beckham Brand Holdings is the parent company of both.

The former Real Madrid man is still pocketing more than £1million a month, four years after retiring from active football.

The former England captain's business is described as “the exploitation of David Beckham’s name and image rights”.

Beckham has lucrative deals with firms including Haig Club whisky, H&M and Adidas, making him one of the world’s highest-earning retired athletes.

The man also known as goldenballs, drew a whopping £12.7million salary from his image rights company last year – which amounts to an impressive £35,000 a day.

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His mega pay packet ranks alongside the current top Premier League earners and has made dividends totalling £45 million over the past five years.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported David Beckham won the most iconic hairstyle in the history of the beautiful game for his breathtaking cornrows hairstyle in his playing days.

In a global survey of 2,000 football fans (including fans from England, Germany, Spain, France, Mexico, Poland, Russia and Italy) organized by UK Sun, the Englishman won by a convincing margin.

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Source: Legit.ng

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