As one of South Africa's most successful soccer players, Benni McCarthy's net worth has become a source of intense interest from his fans at home and abroad.
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Briefly.co.za sheds some light on the legendary former professional footballer's total net worth and his assets.
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Benni McCarthy's estimated net worth
Most internet sources, notably constative.com and celebritynetworth.com, put Benni McCarthy's total estimated net worth in dollars at a whopping $16million.
This converts to an astonishing R234million in Rands at current exchange rates. Nevertheless, the reliable Forbes magazine has not independently verified this claim yet.
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Benni McCarthy's house
Benni McCarthy had a highly successful career as a professional soccer player both in South Africa and Europe.
He famously won the UEFA Champions League with FC Porto of Portugal. As a result of his professional success, he has acquired many pricey assets over the years.
According to soccerladuma.co.za, Benni has houses in South Africa and Scotland. One of them is a lavish multimillion Rand home in Cape Town.
The Mzansi Footballers TV show recently featured Benni's Cape Town mansion that has stunning sea views.
Benni McCarthy's cars
Benni McCathy reportedly has a fleet of top-of-the-range cars, including a Mercedes-Benz CL 500, a Bentley, and a swanky Range Rover.
The Cape Town City coach is not shy to share photos of his fancy cars on Instagram — and they are super impressive.
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Source: Briefly News