In numbers, Messi and Ronaldo outperform Saint-Germain and Manchester

Switzerland (news now) – 02/08/2022. 12:05

Ronaldo surpasses Messi in the number of followers on social media

  • Ronaldo follows him on social media twice as much as he follows Manchester United
  • Paris Saint-Germain has 133 million followers, which is less than half of Messi’s followers.

A report issued by the European Football Association (UEFA) indicated that the two Portuguese stars, Cristiano Ronaldo and the Argentine, Lionel Messi, have more followers on social media platforms than the two clubs they play for.

Marca newspaper reported that Ronaldo has about 593 million followers on his personal accounts, while the total followers of the Argentine legend are 375 million followers.

Attributing the reason for the superiority of the Portuguese Don Messi does not have a personal account on Twitter.

Ronaldo’s return to Manchester was not surprising

In contrast, Manchester United has a total of 169 million followers, which is much less than the figure achieved by his star Ronaldo

As for Paris Saint-Germain, it is followed by 133 million people, less than half the number that Messi has.

As for the clubs that top the list, Real Madrid is currently the most followed club in world football, with 251.5 million followers on its official accounts.

Barcelona comes in second place with 248 million followers, which shows a clear gap between the two Spanish giants, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

In addition to being the most popular personalities on social media, both Messi and Ronaldo moved to new clubs in the summer of 2021.

Where Messi shocked the world by moving from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, while Ronaldo returned to Manchester United from Juventus

Does Messi shine with the Parisian team as he was with Barcelona?

Messi’s move led to a 13% increase in Paris Saint-Germain’s followers on social media on the day the deal was announced, taking the number from 110.5 million to 115.7 million followers.

That was just over the three percent that Manchester United had on social media on the day the Portuguese star was announced, from 161.1 million followers that day it had grown to 163.2.

In addition, the two publications about their transfers to Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have set records

19 million people liked the post that the “Portuguese don” put on his account on Instagram, but the “Argentine magician” surpassed him, as his post on the same platform got 22 million likes.

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