A host of Premier League players are charging big fees for personalised videos on Cameo
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A number of Premier League players are currently active on the popular video-sharing website Cameo, including Thiago Silva, Harry Maguire and Willian.
Founded in 2016, Cameo connects fans with their favorite athletes, musicians, performers, creators, and social media influencers.
Mike Tyson, for example, is charging $300 for a one-off personalised message and recently, he earned over $20,000 for a six hour stint on the website.
A host of Premier League footballers, past and present, are also making a hefty amount for pre-recorded videos that can be downloaded and shared online.
Brazil international Thiago Silva, who plays his club football at Chelsea, has the highest price per video at £317 per message, while Manchester United centre-back Harry Maguire charges a fee of £238.
In terms of current players in England's top flight, Willian [£238], Trevoh Chalobah [£158] and Oleksandr Zinchenko [£103] also feature on the Premier League section, alongside several former players.
Michael Owen is charging a hefty £143 for a personalised video, while former Manchester United and Newcastle forward Andy Cole makes £119 per message.
Avram Grant, who managed Chelsea, Portsmouth and West Ham in the noughties, currently rakes in a mammoth £792 for every video he makes, although at the time of writing, he has only completed a single recording.
Here is a list of the top earning names in football on Cameo, featuring Emmanuel Adebayor, Adriano and former Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann.
Away from the world of football and WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley reportedly made almost a half million dollars on the Cameo video-messaging site, as of November last year.
Foley earned $499,246 at $118 per video, and had an average review rating of 5/5.
Other wrestlers on the website include Matt Hardy, who netted $89,475 at $104 per video, and Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle.