- Cristiano Ronaldo ranks as the most paid athlete on Twitter
- The 35-year-old who has 82.7m followers on the platform earns $868,606 per post
- Iniesta and Neymar completes the top three of the highest-paid stars on the app
- Lebron James' comes just step after the triad of football stars with a sum of $470,356 per post
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has been rated the most valuable athlete endorser according to athlete marketing platform Opendorse.
The forward who recently turned 35 this month earns about $868,606 per post on the social media platform where he has close to 90 million followers (82.7 million followers to be precise).
Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta may have left the Spanish League, he still remains one of the most influential stars on Twitter.
The Spaniard charges $590,825 for a post while Paris Saint Germaine forward Neymar is valued at $478,138 (368,000).
Midway into 2019, the former Real Madrid and Manchester United forward was ranked the most paid sport's man on Instagram with as much as $975,000 (£754,000) per post according to analytics firm HopperHQ.
Breaking football's monopoly on Twitter is NBA icon LeBron James in fourth with a value of $470,356 (£363,000) per post, also making him the highest placed U.S. athlete.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has taken delivery of his new set of Nike Mercurial Dream Speed boots.
The Portugal international took to his official Twitter handle to express his excitement over the arrival of the footwear which will make him at a speed of light.
Despite clocking 35 earlier this month, the forward is not slowing down with his goals scoring ability having scored 24 goals in 29 appearances across competitions so far this campaign.
He is also eyeing his second Serie A title this season with Juve currently sitting atop of the league table with 57 points from 24 games - just one point better than Antonio Conte's Inter Milan.
Ronaldo believes his new Nike boots will further enhance his performances this term, meaning that more goals are guaranteed from the stables of the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.