Although it may seem surprising, the Argentine Lionel Messi is not the richest player in the Inter Miami squad. Despite being considered one of the best soccer players in history and having innumerable sponsors such as Adidas, Pepsi and even the Ministry of Tourism of Saudi Arabia, the heritage of the Ecuadorian Leonardo Campana far exceeds that of Messi.
Campana, 23, began his career as a professional soccer player at Barcelona de Guayaquil, a team that sold him to Wolverhampton of the Premier League and ended up selling him to Inter Miami of Major League Soccer (MLS). However, Campana comes from a wealthy family, beginning with his grandmother Isabel Noboa, one of the most important businesswomen in Ecuador who has businesses in the agricultural, real estate, industrial, commercial and tourist sectors.
His father Pablo Campana was a professional tennis player and represented Ecuador at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. Leonardo’s great-grandfather, Gabriel Campana, was a six-time Ecuadorian League champion.
On the other hand, His grandfather Isidro Campana was president of Barcelona de Guayaquil for 15 years, in addition to being Ecuador’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Investment.
Thanks to your familythe Inter Miami soccer player would have a fortune of more than $1079 million dollars, according to the Corriere dello Sport medium. This would be more than double the supposed fortune of Lionel Messi, who according to the Goal outlet amassed some $400 million dollars in his bank account.
Campana won the title in the South American Under 20 Championship in 2019 with Ecuador and was already called up to the senior team by coach Hernán Darío Gómez.
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