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Life After Football: Mathew Flamini Success Story

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Life After Football: Mathew Flamini Success Story as the footballer made fortunes from his investment in chemical production company which was established in 2008.

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France International Mathew Flamini is one of the household names among football supporters across the world after playing the round leather game in his native France, England, Spain, and Italy.

Mathieu Flamini starts his career in Marseille before joining Arsenal in 2004.

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Flamini’s first stint at Arsenal lasted for four years before he rejoins the “Gunners” again in 2013.

The French midfielder also played for Crystal Palace in England for a season in the English Premier League.

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Apart from his stint in England, Flamini was at AC Milan in the Italian Serie A for five seasons.

The tough-tackling midfielder last known club is Getafe in Spain.

apart from his football money, Mathieu Flamini is one of the richest living sportsmen.

The 36-year-old is a co-founder of a biochemical company that produces Levulinic Acid on large scale.

Flamini and partner’s company is the first in the World to produce Levulinic Acid in commercial scale .

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“we founded GF Biochemicals with the ambition of finding sustainable alternatives to oil-based products” says the retired footballer.

Mathieu Flamini net worth according to Forbes around $14Billion making him the richest footballer around.

The midfielder net worth dwarf that of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo who are worth $400m and $325M respectively.

The retired football company headquarter is in Milan, Italy and a branch in Netherland.

The company is also looking at expansion in Brazil and China in the nearest future.

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Mathieu Flamini success story is enough to encourage fellow sportsmen to not lavish their earning while in active football on frivolities.

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