January 7th, as Ronaldo left West Asia to join Riyadh Victory in Saudi Arabia, in sports
The Melo battle, which has lasted for more than 10 years, seems to have come to an end.
However, Ronaldo has a huge business empire, which makes him even better in business.
In an interview with "Theathletic", several business experts expressed their views.
Sports marketing expert Tim Crow said: "Compared to Ronaldo, the difference between Messi and Ronaldo is that he has won the World Cup, and because of his dazzling performance, many people think he is the greatest player of all time.
To be eternal. Most people think that Messi surpassed Ronaldo."
Adrian Wright, director of the brokerage company Sporting Group, said: "In key areas, Ronaldo has a good positioning. He has attracted the Asian market and has many fans in the subcontinent (mainly the sub-region)."
Regarding the number of followers on social media, Tim Crow has his own views. He said: "Anyone who provides brand advice for commercial endorsements knows that the number of fans is only part of the equation. Brands are skeptical of such numbers because they are
There are a lot of bot fans (inauthentic accounts)."
"Messi has conquered the Spanish-speaking world, but in the English-speaking world, I think a lot of people know him better as a player than his personal life."
Simon Chadwick, professor of sports and geopolitical economics at SKEMA Business School in France, said: "For ordinary people like us, you are looking for a life of higher and higher wages in the future. But for football players, their salaries are not higher and higher.
It is getting higher but showing a downward trend. Long before Messi made his debut, Ronaldo had already earned a good income."
"Messi’s trajectory has been long and gradual, but Ronaldo has reached a pinnacle where he realizes he can’t be young and sexy forever, so the nature of his personal brand has to change."
"Macie’s won’t be short of brand ambassador roles, but people are uncomfortable with Bailey letting sandwich chain Subway use his image."