Known for his fierce style of play during his time at Manchester United, Roy Keane is widely regarded as one of the best Premier League captains of all time, but how much is he worth today?
After starting his career at Rockmount AFC in Ireland, the ex-defensive midfielder joined Cobh Ramblers in 1989, where he spent only a single season before taking his career to England.
In 1990, Keane signed on the dotted line for Nottingham Forest, for whom he impressed in a three-year spell before joining Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United.
It was at the Red Devils where the tough-tackling, hard-working Keane made a name for himself and grew into one of the most iconic figures of the Premier League era.
The ex-Republic of Ireland international made an incredible 471 appearances for United over 13 years, and claimed 17 pieces of silverware, including seven league titles and the UEFA Champions League in 1999.
After leaving Old Trafford in January 2006 following an unfortunate fallout with Ferguson, Keane retired later that year while on the books of Scottish Premiership giants Celtic, for whom he ended up making just 10 appearances.
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Since hanging up his boots from professional football, the legendary leader has managed clubs Sunderland and Ipswich, and has also worked as an assistant manager for Ireland, Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest.
Today, Keane is a brutally honest but entertaining pundit who has done analysis work for the likes of Sky Sports and ITV.
What is his net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, as cited by the Daily Star, the 50-year-old is estimated to be worth about £44 million (R888 million) today, a fortune that is believed to come as a result of his 18-year playing career, his work on the sidelines and in broadcasting studios.