Spaniards reveal the “hidden” case of Luís Figo


In addition to being an adviser to UEFA, Luís Figo has a mining activity in Africa, reveals this Wednesday the Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo

Removed from the field since 2009, Luís Figo has remained linked to football thanks to his position at UEFA, but he has also taken advantage of the fortune acquired throughout his career to invest in companies that have nothing to do with the sport.

According to the DG, the former Portuguese international has owned Damash Minerals since 2010, a company that explores for iron in Senegal, Guinea and Burkina Faso and plans to expand its operations to Mali and Mauritania in the short term, with a view to exploration for gold, iron, phosphate and copper.

In 2010, Figo’s company had a net worth of over 20 million euros, and in 2018 it posted profits of just over 600,000 euros.

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