We look at another Nigerian player off the football pitch lifestyle with the reigning best player in Nigeria and Chelsea right wing back Victor Moses in focus.
Victor Moses is believed to have lost his evangelical parents to a religious crisis in Kaduna before moving to England at a very young age.
Having played for England in almost all junior age grade competition, Moses chose to represent Nigeria at senior level.
Moses who was top scorer for Nigeria in the World Cup qualifier, got his big break when he joined Chelsea from Wigan Athletic in 2012.
Victor Moses has managed to keep his life and family a little more private than most.
For instance, we are recently aware the versatile gifted winger has a son, Brentley, (born 2012) and a daughter, Nyah, (born 2015), but not much is known about his long term partner and mother of his children whom he eventually married last year in a private wedding ceremony.
It is believed his wife who appeared with the kids to celebrate Chelsea’s EPL triumph last year is a British citizen with Nigerian heritage.
Moses has also done well for himself materially, with some expensive lavish acquisitions.
His estimated net worth is $20.1 million with a whopping $100,000 weekly salary. Moses’ brand endorsements are worth around $1 million and a $15.9 million personal investments.
Victor Moses is a fan of classy fast cars like every other sports personality. His fleet of luxury cars include an earlier Lexus and Ford and most recently, he got a lavish Mercedes Benz alongside a BMW.
All five exotic cars owned by Moses are said to be worth around $2.7 million.
The former Liverpool and West Ham player also has a six bedroom jaw dropping house in the rich Lekki district of Lagos State valued at around $3.8 Million (N250 million).
The house has a well furnished interior that includes a swimming pool, well decorated sitting room, comfortable bedrooms and other high taste accessories.
Victor Moses is expected to continue growing as a player and his financial status rising along side.
Moses was the hero for Nigeria in the 1-0 win over Poland in last Friday’s friendly match, cooly converting from the penalty spot.