Football: How ex-Fifa chief Sepp Blatter's salary compares with those of other sporting figures

PARIS (AFP) - Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter's salary was revealed by football's governing body on Thursday (March 17).

Here is how it compares with some others from the world of sport (including bonuses and endorsements) in 2015:

Sepp Blatter (former Fifa president)

  • US$3.6 million (S$4.87 million)

Former Fifa president Sepp Blatter. PHOTO: AFP

Roger Goodell (National Football League commissioner) 

  • US$34 million

National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell. PHOTO: REUTERS/ USA TODAY SPORTS

David Stern (former National Basketball Association commissioner)

  • US$20 million (in 2014)

Former National Basketball Association commissioner David Stern. PHOTO: NBA/ TWITTER 

Rob Manfred (Commissioner of baseball)

  • Thought to be similar to the US$22 million earned by predecessor Bud Selig

Commissioner of baseball Rob Manfred. PHOTO: MLB/ TWITTER 

Don Garber (Major League Soccer commissioner)

  • US$2.6 million

Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber. PHOTO: REUTERS/ USA TODAY SPORTS

Floyd Mayweather (boxing)

  • US$300 million

Former champion boxer Floyd Mayweather. PHOTO: AFP

Cristiano Ronaldo (football)

  • US$79.6 million

Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo. PHOTO: AFP

Roger Federer (tennis)

  • US$67 million

Tennis player Roger Federer. PHOTO: REUTERS