Find out what Leo owns.
According to Forbes, Messi earned $75 million at PSG last year, more than any other athlete in sports earnings.
His Paris salary is $35 million a year, which means he earns $738,000 a week, $105,000 a day, or $8,790 an hour.
The Argentine also received a $25 million lift when he signed with the French team the summer before last, according to the Evening Standard.
Messi earned $55 million off the pitch last year. Only tennis icon Roger Federer and NBA superstar LeBron James can surpass him.
In addition to the partnership with the Socios cryptocurrency platform, which brings the Argentinean $ 20 million a year, contracts with Adidas, Budweiser, and PepsiCo make a significant contribution to Lionel's fortune.
Last June, Messi also became the first sports brand ambassador for Hard Rock International.
Messi's fortune is estimated at 600 million dollars
According to Forbes, Messi has earned $1.15 billion over his career, on and off the pitch.
Only three current athletes - LeBron James, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Tiger Woods - have earned more.
Messi loves to spend his money on luxury cars
There's a Ferrari F430 Spyder in Lionel's garage.
According to Goal, Messi's impressive car collection includes the $2 million Pagani Zonda Tricolore, the Ferrari F430 Spyder, the Dodge Charger SRT8, and the Maserati Gran Turismo.
Rumor has it that an Argentine bought the most expensive car, a 1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Spider Scaglietti, for $37 million in 2016.
Messi has impressive properties
Messi's most luxurious possession is his $7 million mansion on the outskirts of Barcelona.
According to the architectural plan, the facility is located in the suburb of Castelldefels with a no-fly zone. It features a swimming pool, indoor gym, theater, spa, and stunning views of the Catalan mountains and the nearby beach.
There is also a soccer field where Messi loves playing with his dog, Hulk.
Messi also owns an "eco-house." The mansion is located in his hometown of Rosario in, Argentina.
Since 2017, Messi has owned MiM Hotels, a chain operated by the Majestic Hotel Group, with resorts in Ibiza, Mallorca, and Barcelona.
In 2021, the chain opened its first winter resort in the heart of the Pyrenees, the Aran Valley.
According to Forbes, the four-star hotel has 141 rooms and a spa, indoor pool, fitness center, and mountain guide services.
However, the hotel in Barcelona had to be demolished
Messi bought the building in 2017 for $35 million, after which its demolition has already been approved. It's all about the oversized balconies.
It was impossible to solve the problem since any attempts to rebuild the balconies could lead to the collapse of the building.
Messi flies in a $15 million private jet
According to the South Morning China Post, Messi's 2004 Gulfstream V private jet includes two kitchens and bathrooms and can accommodate up to sixteen passengers.
On the plane's tail is the number 10, the number on the Argentinean's jersey from his time at Barcelona. And on the steps of the stairs are written the names of Leo himself, his wife Antonella, and their children.
Messi is very generous
The Lionel Messi Foundation, established in 2007 in partnership with UNICEF, helps children worldwide.
According to UNICEF, Messi donated his own money in 2017 to help the foundation build a school for 1,600 children orphaned by the war in Syria, and in 2019 donated $218,000 to provide food and water to the citizens of Kenya, Goal reported.
"We have decided to create the Leo Messi Foundation, and I will continue to fight to make children happy. I will fight with the same strength and dedication I play football."