Cristiano Ronaldo convinces Tom Brady not to retire yet with his 59th hat-trick against Tottenham

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored a fantastic hat-trick for Manchester United against Tottenham in front of the seven-time Super Bowl winner.

Manchester United fans have Cristiano Ronaldo theory after Tom Brady  announcement - Manchester Evening News

On Saturday, Tom Brady was at Old Trafford to watch Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, score a hat-trick.

Following United’s victory over Tottenham, Brady reversed his plan to retire from American football the next day. Coincidence?

According to rumors, seeing Cristiano Ronaldo inspires NFL legend Tom Brady to make a spectacular U-turn on his retirement.

As the race for the top four continues, Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed center stage against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, scoring a stunning hat-trick. Brady was present at Old Trafford with his son when he saw that incredible performance.

The seven-time Super Bowl champion caught up with Ronaldo on the pitch after the game, and it was during that talk that Brady was persuaded to make a comeback, according to social media speculation.

Ronaldo, who is back at United for a second season, has 18 goals in 31 games this season. The hat-trick against Tottenham was only his second for United, 14 years after his first, and the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is showing no signs of slowing down at the age of 37.

Brady, meanwhile, retired from the NFL earlier this year after a stellar career. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and ex-New England Patriots icon has changed that choice on his Twitter account 24 hours after rubbing hands with Ronaldo, citing “unfinished business.”

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Needless to say, it sparked a firestorm on social media – as well as’subtle’ barbs at Lionel Messi.

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“These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field, not in the stands,” the 44-year-old remarked to his 2.5 million Twitter followers. That moment will arrive. But that isn’t the case right now.

Who is Tom Brady?

Tom Brady, full name Thomas Edward Patrick Brady, Jr. (born August 3, 1977, San Mateo, California, United States), is an American football quarterback who has won seven Super Bowls (2002, 2004, 2005, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2021) and has been awarded the game’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) five times (2002, 2004, 2015, 2017, and 2021).

Tom Brady appears to be back after only six weeks of retirement.

Brady, the 44-year-old quarterback who has won seven Super Bowls, announced on social media late Sunday that he will return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for his 23rd NFL season.

NFL icon Brady announces return from short-lived retirement following  Ronaldo hint | Goal.com

Brady announced his retirement in early February, stating he couldn’t commit to football longer because of the “competitive commitment.” However, he has made a lot of confusing comments concerning his future in the days since.

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He went to a soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United on Saturday. The Glazer family, who also owns the Buccaneers, owns United. Cristiano Ronaldo of Manchester United was seen in a video asking Brady, “You’re finished, right?”

Tom Brady’s accomplishments?

Here’s why he’s dubbed the “GOAT” by many NFL and sports fans.

  • 10 Super Bowls
  • 5 Super Bowl MVPs
  • 3 MVPs
  • Seven Super Bowl Titles
  • 14 Conference Championships
  • 277 wins
  • Buccaneers Regular Season Records

Tom Brady Net Worth

Brady is estimated to be worth $250 million by 2022, according to CelebrityNetWorth.com.

How much has Tom Brady been paid by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

Brady signed a two-year agreement worth $50 million with $9 million in incentives with the Buccaneers in March 2020. Over the course of the NFL playoffs in 2021, many of those things have kicked in. Brady received $500,000 for making the playoffs, plus an additional $500,000 for each of his two most recent victories over the Saints and Packers, according to ESPN.

Brady reportedly had to return $16 million to the Bucs organization when he decided to retire at the end of the 2021-22 NFL season, but he’ll presumably get to keep it now that he’ll be back for another season.

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The amount he’ll earn for the 2022-23 season wasn’t disclosed when his return was announced, but based on what Tampa Bay has paid him per year thus far, our best guess is that it’ll be in the $20-$30 million area.

What was Tom Brady’s salary with the Patriots?

Brady is said to have made $235.2 million throughout his 20 years with the New England Patriots. What’s even more bizarre? He could have made a lot more money! According to Business Insider, Brady gave up at least $60 million over the course of those 20 seasons in order for the Pats to be able to pay other players and assemble their Super Bowl-winning lineups.

What does Tom Brady get paid in endorsements?

Even though Brady is one of the most well-known names in sports (and is widely regarded as the G.O.A.T. of NFL quarterbacks), he wasn’t always a big moneymaker in terms of sponsorships. However, in the last several years, everything has changed. (Can you think of another example? His estimated overall net worth climbed from $180 million to $250 million between 2022 and 2022.)

Brady is presently the ninth highest-paid athlete in the world, according to Forbes, with endorsement deals with Under Armour, Sam Adams, Foot Locker, and Tag Heuer.

He’s also evolving into a businessman rather than merely a brand spokesperson. “In 2020, he founded 199 Productions, a homage to the number of his draft pick in the 2000 NFL draft, to develop documentaries, films, and TV series,” according to Forbes, and he’s also started an NFL firm called Autograph.

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