Jordan's net wealth dropped by 24 percent from 2.1 billion dollars to 1.6 billion dollars as a result of the pandemic, according to Forbes magazine.
With Messi's arrival at PSG, it's predicted that about 2.5 million shirts with the Argentine's name on the back would be sold this season, bringing in a tidy sum for the American.
Since the 2019/20 season, PSG's uniforms have been manufactured by the Jordan brand, with Michael Jordan receiving a 5% profit on every jersey sold.
Since Messi's shirt went on sale, PSG has earned roughly 120 million euros, which would earn Jordan six million euros in a single weekend. As time passes, this number will only rise.
The NBA legend has reason to smile his way to the bank as Messi's effect will change his numbers in the bank abundantly.
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