Lionel Messi launched his new collection of luxury watches immediately after his recent goals in the Champions League. The famous soccer player has a contract with the famous brand Jacob & Co and receives 1.2 million euros to be the company's image.
Those who want to buy Messi's luxury watches will spend a small fortune. The price for one such fabulous accesory is between 35,000 and 169,000 euros.
One of the most sought-after watches created within the partnership between Messi and the famous brand is the Epic X Messi Chrono Titanium. The automatic bi-compax sports chronograph is housed in a 47mm titanium case with a white ceramic bezel and a blue mineral crystal dial. On the dial is Messi's famous number 10 jersey number highlighted on the chapter ring at 2 o’clock and his stylized "M" logo is at the 6 o'clock position.
Lionel Messi's Luxury Watches are Stunning
Messi said to Jacob Arabo, the founder of Jacob & Co., when the partnership was finalized, "I'll keep trying to do my best on the pitch and together we will realize our vision."
Globally praised for his incredible precision and speed in the beautiful game and followed for his trend-setting lifestyle, Lionel Messi worked closely with Jacob & Co, giving his personal input and unique trademarks when designing the Epic X Chrono "Messi" Limited Editions.
"At Jacob & Co., we make sure we partner with the best in the world, or we don't partner at all," says Jacob Arabo, founder, Jacob & Co. "With Messi and the Epic X Chrono, we have certainly accomplished this."
Messi - no 2. Bestselling Soccer Player
Lionel Messi is the second best-paid soccer player în the world, after Cristiano Ronaldo. After 21 years at Barcelona, Messi jumped to PSG, where he will be paid $75 million this season, helping put him at No. 2 on the list with $110 million.
Messi was forced to jump after Spain’s La Liga clamped down on FC Barcelona’s wage spending, forcing the club to end negotiations with its record six-time world’s top player of the year, who had played for Barça since he was 13 years old.
According to Fobers, He’ll pad his PSG paycheck with an estimated $35 million in endorsements from the likes of Adidas, Pepsi, and, of course, Jacobs & Co. and Budweiser, which he just picked up last year under a three-year deal.