Neville is a former player currently delivering all the Euro 2020 news for ITV. After his successful career, he has now become a millionaire.
Gary Neville, 46, is a coach, former player and co-owner of Salford City.
He was devoted to Manchester United during 1990s into the 2000s, a time when the team completely dominated English football under the direction of Alex Ferguson.
After retiring in 2011, Neville became a commentator for Sky Sports until he took over a coach position at Valencia football club in 2015.
The former player was sacked from Valencia after five months admitting “results were poor.”
The Manchester United legend’s net worth is estimated to be £18m in 2021.
The source of his wealth is football contracts, endorsement deals and other investments which allowed him to accumulate the impressive sum.
The football star earned millions during a two-decade career at Manchester United.
Neville continues to make money as a TV pundit and has a number of businesses outside football, which include property development.
As a player, he was reported to be one of the best earners at Manchester United, after he signed a six-year contract worth £11 million.
His weekly wage of £32,000 reportedly doubled to £60,000 towards the end of his time at the club.
For his work as a commentator at Sky Sports, he is reported to earn over £1 million a year.
Neville owns many businesses and founded “Relentless” in 2015 as the main vehicle for his investments.
The former footballer, however, started investing in property development since the time he was a player, with Hotel Football at Old Trafford and the St Michael’s project.
The football legend is also part of Salford City.
He currently owns the club with his brother Phil Neville, David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt.
After his long and successful career, Gary Neville has accumulated an impressive net worth of £18m.