Jack Grealish ‘on track to make £100m before he turns 30’
Jack Grealish ‘on track to make £100m before he turns 30’ after the Man City star signed the most lucrative boot deal offered to a British footballer with Puma… adding to his £230,000-a-week wages and other endorsement deals
- Jack Grealish penned the most lucrative boot deal ever for a British footballer
- The Man City star also has sponsorship deal with Gucci and boohooMan
- He joined Man City for a British record fee and earns £300,000-a-week
Manchester City star Jack Grealish is reportedly on track to make a staggering £100m before the age of 30.
The 27-year-old is one of the most recognisable players in world football, and he has become an attraction for potential sponsors ever since he joined Man City for a British record £100m fee from Aston Villa back in 2021.
Grealish recently signed the most lucrative boot contract ever handed to a British footballer by becoming the face of Puma – penning a £10m-a-season deal.
The Sun have reported that thanks to his £230,000-per-week wages as well as his host of endorsement deals, Grealish could currently be earning close to £1m-per-week.
A Manchester City source reportedly said: ‘Jack is a licence to print money.
Jack Grealish reportedly could earn £100m by the time he turns 30 thanks to his £230,000-per-week wages at Manchester City as well as his range of endorsement deals
Grealish recently signed the most lucrative boot deal for a British player with Puma
Grealish also has an endorsement deal with Gucci and is pictured here wearing a Gucci jacket
‘He will earn £86m in wages over the lifetime of his City deal (which expires in 2027) but all the commercial stuff puts him in another league from most footballers.’
On top of his Puma deal, Grealish has also signed a £10m deal with Gucci and has a sponsorship with boohooMan believed to be worth around £1m.
Another source reportedly told the Sun: ‘We have joked he is now the million dollar man. We reckon he must already be pulling down close to £750,000 a week in wages and commercial stuff — the sky really is the limit for Jack now he is entering his peak years.’
It’s also said that Gilette are eyeing up Grealish to join their host of sporting stars.
Grealish, who left Nike, now sits alongside Neymar and Antoine Griezmann as the biggest talent at Puma, who have now completed their first blockbuster deal with a City player since agreeing a kit deal with the club in 2019. Manager Pep Guardiola has been an ambassador for the past four years.
The likes of Gareth Bale and Harry Kane were towards the top of highest earners for boot deals at around £3m a season, while both Nike and Adidas are keen on landing City striker Erling Haaland.
Grealish recently said of his £200,000-a-week Puma deal: ‘They are a brand that’s really caught my eye in the last few years.
Grealish could reportedly be earning close to £1m-a-week with his wages and endorsements
Man City star Grealish (right) also has sponsorship deals with Gucci and boohooMan
‘Especially recently, the collabs they are doing with other brands — the people they have on board now in NBA, F1 and football — it’s really eye-catching and it was a no-brainer for me.’
The England international helped City win the Premier League title last season and is now desperate to win the Champions League.
‘I’ve got a Premier League medal but I want to win as many trophies as possible and be successful here at City,’ he said.
‘When I was young (my dream) was to play for Aston Villa. Once I conquered that I had another dream, then another one.
‘It was never really to play at a World Cup, it was just to play for Villa, then score for Villa, then the next thing, then it turned to playing for England, then playing at the Euros, at the World Cup, scoring at the World Cup.
‘Luckily enough, I’ve been fortunate to have done all of those. Next in line would be to win a major trophy with the national team, and the Champions League.’