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Top 10 Richest Footballers In Ghana(2021)

Of course, Ghana has its fair share of wealthy footballers, so who are the top ten?

I understand that some of you might be inclined to disagree with this list, but the fact is that there isn't much to argue about because their net worth and market prices speak for themselves.

Unless these Ghanaian players have any properties that aren't public knowledge, this ranking should be accurate.

Let's take a look at the top ten richest footballers in Ghana.

Ghana's Top 10 Richest Footballers


$1.7 million estimated net worth

John Boye, a Ghanaian national football professional player, was born on April 23, 1987, in Accra. He is also the captain of FC Metz, where he plays as a midfielder.

He's worth $1.7 million in net worth and $1.8 million in market value.


Net worth: $4 million

Afriyie Acquah, a central midfielder for Turkish club Yeni Malatyaspor, was signed on August 23, 2019. He was born on January 5, 1992. He is also a member of the Ghanaian national

Acquah's net worth is projected to be $4 million, with a market valuation of $2.2 million.


Estimated Net Worth: $6 million   

Kojo Kwadwo Asamoah (born December 9, 1988) is a Ghanaian professional footballer. Cagliari Calico has signed him as a midfielder.

As he joined the club on February 3, 2021, his luck changed for the better.

He has a net worth of $6 million and is worth $2 million on the open market.


Estimated Net Worth: $9.1 million

Daniel Amartey, a Ghanaian defensive midfielder, was born on December 21, 1984, and signed with Leicester City in December 2018.

Daniel is known for his work ethic and has been described as a player with engine-like characteristics.

He receives $1.2 million a year as part of his deal with the English club. His net worth is $9.1 million dollars.


$15.2 million in estimated net worth

Christian Atsu, also known as Ghana Messi, is a skilled and talented player who plays for the Ghana national team and Newcastle United in England.

He is often used as a winger. He has, however, been used as an attacking midfielder on a number of occasions.

His net worth is $15.2 million, with a $9.6 million transfer value, making him one of Ghana's highest-paid footballers.


$16 million estimated net worth

Andre Morgan Ayew, also known as Dede Ayew, is a Ghanaian footballer who currently serves as the captain of the Black Stars.

On January 31, 2018, he joined Swansea City Football Club. On both clubs, he plays as an attacking center forward.

His estimated net worth is $16 million, with a market valuation of $4.9 million.


$19.3 million in estimated net worth

Jordan Ayew is a Ghanaian professional footballer who was born in Marseille, France, on September 11, 1991.

He is currently a centre-forward for Crystal Palace and is identified as a technical dribbler.

His net worth is projected to be $19.3 million, with a market valuation of $12.1 million.


$27.4 million estimated net worth

Jeffrey Schlupp is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays in the first team. In 2017, he signed a contract with Crystal Palace in England, where he plays as a winger. He was signed by Leicester City before being loaned out to Brentford.

He is one of Ghana's richest footballers, with a net worth of $27.4 million and a market value of $11.2 million.


$30 million estimated net worth

Asamoah Gyan was born in Greater Accra, Ghana, on November 22, 1985. He has previously played for Udinese, Rennes, and Sunderland, and is now with Legion Cities FC.

His net worth is projected to be $30 million, with a market valuation of $121,300.


$36.4 million estimated net worth

Thomas Partey is a midfielder for Premier League club Arsenal and the vice-captain of Ghana's senior football team. He used to play for Atletico Madrid in Spain, but now plays for Arsenal.

With a net worth of $36.4 million and a market cap of $71.6 million, he is the richest person on the list.

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