Football is one of the well paid jobs in the world as many stars in the game are very rich.
These football stars who are being paid well can boast of a lot of properties.
Some have even gone beyond to establish their own companies in which they have employed many people.
Well, Ghana as a country have many talented footballers playing in Europe, Asia, etc.
One Ghanaian football star who has carved a niche for himself is Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu.
Agyemang-Badu plies his trade in the Italian Seria A for Udinese and he is one of the best players in the team.
The midfielder is regarded as one the richest Ghanaian footballers currently as he can boast of lot of properties.
Though it is yet to be confirmed but Agyemang-Badu's properties is worth over $3 million.
He has a big mansion at East Legon and his garage is full of expensive cars.
Agyemang-Badu was born on December 2, 1990 in Berekum in the Brong Ahafo Region.
On July 11, 2008, Badu left Berekum Arsenal, signing a one-year loan contract with Asante Kotoko.
In 2010, Agyemnang-Badu joined Udinese after helping Ghana’s U-20 team to win the 2009 U-20 World Cup in Egypt.
In 2010, Badu was selected for his first Africa Cup of Nations as the Black Stars finished runners-up to Egypt, and went on to appear in the 2012 and 2013editions of the tournament, with the team twice recording fourth-placed finishes.
During the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations, in a group match between Ghana and Guinea, Badu flipped up a teammate's pass from just outside the penalty area and launched a mid-air volley to score a goal that was later nominated for the 2012 FIFA Puskás Award (FIFA's global Goal of the Year award).
After missing the 2010 FIFA World Cup through injury, Badu was selected in Ghana's squad for the 2014 tournament.
He has capped 76 times for Ghana, scoring 11 goals in the process.
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