Basketball legend Michael Jordan recently entered the list of the richest people in America, according to a famous magazine report Forbes.
The magazine listed 400 millionaires in the North American country, and for the first time in history, an athlete appeared on the country’s most chosen list.
With the recent sale of his majority stake in the Charlotte Hornets, the “23-year-old” of the legendary Chicago Bulls NBA team has made a leap to a net worth of $3 billion, according to Forbes.ranked 379th.
The move that made Jordan one of America’s millionaires took place last August, when the legendary shooting guard sold his stock for a handsome sum.
Michael Jordan, the flagship player in the basketball world, won six championships in his career (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998), and was named season MVP five times (1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1998). 14-time NBA All-Star.
Ghanaian forward Kevin-Prince Boateng, who briefly played for Barcelona, made controversial remarks that “stirred a hornet’s nest” in Catalonia.
Speaking on VIBE with FIVE, former defender Rio Ferdinand assured that at Barcelona they forced him to say Messi was the best player in the world, contrary to his beliefs because he had a different opinion.
“When I arrived at Barcelona I had to say Messi was the best in the world. I lied, I loved Cristiano Ronaldo. He was from Madrid but they told me never to say that because otherwise I wouldn’t Will be able to play”he mentioned.
The Ghanaian forward of German origin played for the “Blaugrana” team in the 2019/20 season, but did not score a goal and played only 4 games.
😳 Lionel Messi’s obsession with Cristiano Ronaldo rivalry
🇮🇹 Even if Ronaldo leaves Spain, Messi is still eyeing him pic.twitter.com/PRdljzzLey
— Five (@FIVEUK) October 3, 2023
Swedish football striker and legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic is always in the news no matter what he does. Recently, the former Milan, Barcelona and others talked about everything in a chat with the driver Piers Morgan.
Zlatan remained true to his style, promising that one day he would arrive in Barcelona to train in his Ferrari, even though his coach at the time did not want him to do so.
“He told me when we first met that the players there didn’t get a chance to train in a Ferrari, so I turned up in my fucking Ferrari.”said the Swedish star.
He then told how he was rejected by the possibility of joining Arsenal, when Zlatan was not yet 17 years old and the Gunners were coached by Arsene Wenger on the bench.
“I didn’t go to Arsenal. I told them I didn’t do the test. They don’t understand, but I don’t do testing. “I’m the best, screw the rest.”
The striker even addressed “taboo” topics like sex, ensuring that having sex is far better than scoring goals.
Morgan: “When you score a goal, does it feel better than having sex?”
Ibrahimovic: “Sex is definitely better. Those who think otherwise have problems in bed and should seek help”
Finally, Zlatan, with his now classic arrogance, ensured that he felt like a divine being and not a joke.
“I said I was a god, do you think I was kidding? I wasn’t kidding.” He pronounced the sentence.
— Piers Morgan Uncensored (@PiersUncensored) October 2, 2023