Former Manchester United full-back Gary Neville has grown his financial assets to an estimated £70 million from being involved with 66 different businesses, according to official records.
The ex-pro turned footballing pundit for Sky Sports is also the co-owner of League Two Salford City FC, alongside some of his Class of 92' team-mates.
Companies House records show that Neville has also involved with at least 66 firms, of which some have dissolved and are no longer trading but include restaurants, film production, estate agency and eco schemes.
His hotel business has £20 million in assets and his property development company that he set up has assets totalling over £10.5 million, leaving his remaining businesses to have combined total assets of over £40 million.
Some of his well known assets include Hotel Football and the Stock Exchange Hotel, which he co-owns with fellow Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs.
Additionally, Salford City FC, who have risen through the ranks and are now competing in the English Football League (EFL), is co-owned by Neville, alongside his brother Phil Neville and former team-mates Paul Scholes, David Beckham, Nicky Butt and Ryan Giggs.
Author: Jake Wilkin