Cristiano Ronaldo who joined Real Madrid this season in a world record move expense from Manchester United, is as of now the most generously compensated football major part on the planet, after a "Best 50" list was delivered today. As indicated by the "Football Finance" site, Cristiano Ronaldo, as of now with Real Madrid, is the most generously compensated footballer on the planet. The chief of the Portugal group gets 1.083 million every month, or 13 million euros each year. In second position is the Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic, of Barcelona, banking 1,000,000 euros each month (12 million every year) and in third spot comes Argentina's Lionel Messi, chief of the Catalan group, with 875 thousand euros per month or 10.5 million every year. Spain, England, Italy and Germany are the nations that have the clubs (around twelve of them) with the best paid parts in football today, acquiring cosmic pay rates in an industry that is giving indications of development indeed, with the galactic Real Madrid toward the front. "In a time of recuperation after the serious financial emergency that influenced the vast majority of the clubs, the football business is giving indications of recuperation "starts by saying" the Portuguese promoting office "Futebol Finance." For 3 continuous years, that site has revamped and refreshed the rundown with the most significant compensations of football players. With significant changes corresponding to the 2008/09 season - the greatest being the formation of a new "Galactic" group by Real Madrid and the most up to date tycoons, Manchester City, which has followed a similar line of Chelsea, of earlier years, impressively blowing up pay rates paid to the players of the "Chief League." เว็บคาสิโน ฟรีเครดิต With the most costly exchange ever in football history, Cristiano Ronaldo of Madeira Island, casted a ballot best part on the planet in 2009, heads the rundown, in front of his "rivals" Ibrahimovic and Messi, both of FC Barcelona. As indicated by the table, in fourth spot comes the main player who's not playing in Spain, specifically Samuel Eto'o, of Inter Milan, instructed by Portuguese José Mourinho. The Brazilian Kaka, partner of Ronaldo at Bernabeu, brings home 833 thousand euros every month in compensation and $10 million every year, creating the "main five." Spain and England have the top players In the "Best 50" seem four additional players from Real Madrid Galacticos. They are; Benzema (7), Raul (17), Casillas (22) and Diarra (45), the last with a month to month pay of 416 thousand euros and 5,000,000 every year. From Barcelona other than Ibrahimovic and Messi, the rundown contains six "mogul" names. These are Henry (11), Xavi (12), Daniel Alves (15), Valdez (23), Puyol (37) and Iniesta (38). Still in Spain there are another three players; Kanoute (Sevilla), at 24. David Villa (Valencia) at 30 and Aguero (Atletico Madrid) at 39.