As a retired England footballer, it’ll come as no surprise that Rio Ferdinand has a rather large net worth.
In fact, the 39-year-old is thought to have built up an astounding fortune - which could be in the millions.
According to articlebio.com, he reportedly has a net worth of around £58 million ($75 million).
Rio began his football career by playing for a number of different youth teams, before settling at West Ham United.
In 1996, the former centre back made his debut in the Premier League.
The footballer later moved to Leeds United, in 2000, for a record-breaking fee of £18 million.
Just two years later, the star joined Manchester United, for an astounding £30 million transfer fee.
In 2014, Rio signed a one-year deal with Queens Park Rangers, after his contract at Old Trafford expired.
The footballer, who is father to three children which he had with his late wife Rebecca Ellison, retired from the sport in May the following year.
Just two years later, Rio announced he hoped to pursue a rather different career: to become a professional boxer.
Rio Ferdinand net worth: The footballer has built up a staggering fortune (Image: GETTY)
He explained the sport helped him in part to cope with the loss of Rebecca - who died of breast