The world’s best soccer players will descend on Russia for the 2018 World Cup beginning on June 14.
That means some of the planet’s most recognizable names — like Argentina’s Lionel Messi and Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo — will be joined by superstars from six continents hoping to lift the famous trophy.
Number one go for Barcelona star Lionel Messi earned £500,000 per week. Messi will lead Argentina in Russia.
Brazilian Captain Neymar and Paris Saint-Germain star is number two with - £ 445000 per week.
Cristiano Ronaldo who played for Real Madrid and Captain of Portugal national team place number three earn £ 365,000.
German player maker Mesut Özil who played for Arsenal accumulated £ 300,000 per week.
Barcelona number 9 Luiz Suarez sit in number five with £ 290,000 per week.
France and Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is in number six with £ 290,000 per week.
Another France young star Klyan Mbape is in number seven earned around £ 262,000 per week.
In Number eight and who will close our list is Manchester United striker Romeo Lukaku who wages is £ 250,000 per week and he will be in Russia with Belgium national team.