3. Ramon Vega:
Many of you won’t be able to recall this name as despite being the backup goalkeeper in the Tottenham team behind Sol Campbell and Ledley King he was also part of the English team during the 1994 world cup and 1996 Euro cup.
In the year 2003, at the age of 31 Ramon Vega announce his retirement from football and following that from earning £15,000-a-week, now his net worth is around £20 million, After putting curtain to his footballing career Ramon puts his focus into investments and in Finance.
Ramon Vega’s Asset Management and Private Equity firm control more than £650 million of his clients, once in his career he even though of buying Portsmouth in 2009 and also ponder to running FIFA president in 2015.
2. Thomas Gravesen:
Thomas Gravesen caught the limelight when he moved from Everton to Spanish giants Real Madrid in his career but even ditching football he has his moment in his life.
The former Danish moved to Sin city after retiring from football at the age of 32 and made some crucial investments over there and now he is owning more than £100 million from his investment and he also has a house beside the tennis legend Andre Agassi and the Oscar winner Nicolas Cage and now he moved back to his native land and became and football Pundit.