Retired English footballer, Sulzeer Jeremiah “Sol” Campbell has a net worth of 34 million, as stated by the Sunday Times Rich List. An accomplished England defender who won 73 caps between 1996 and 2007, Campbell showed astute prudence off the pitch during his football career. He was one of the very first to benefit from a Bosman free transfer when he made the uncommon and contentious move to Arsenal from Spurs, his boyhood club, in 2001 as a free agent and took a significant percentage of what Arsenal could have expected to pay as a transfer fee included in his 5m-a-year salary.
Sol Campbell Net Worth $34 Million
His career also took in Portsmouth and Newcastle United. A long-term Nike boot deal may have helped Campbell, 37, retire using a fortune in the area of 34m. Some of that was spent on his bespoke townhouse in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, which can be available to rent during the Olympic Games — at 75,000 a week for the 17 days. Campbell announced his retirement from football on 2 May 2012. His business, Sol Man Ltd, showed unchanged net assets in 2011 of 620,00.