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Revealed: Staggering value of luxury watch worn by Antonio Rudiger during Real Madrid celebrations… worth ‘almost 30 times MORE than Champions League trophy’


Antonio Rudiger celebrated Real Madrid’s Champions League triumph in style by showing off a stunning value watch.

The Germany international produced a solid performance at the back as Real Madrid won the trophy for the 15th time, beating Borussia Dortmund 2-0 in the final at Wembley on Saturday.

In photos posted on his Instagram account on Monday, Rudiger posed with the Champions League trophy alongside his international team-mate Toni Kroos and David Alaba – who missed the game through injury.

While showing off the prestigious trophy, the expensive item on Rudiger’s wrist also caught the attention of those viewing the image on his social media.

As reported by BILD, the watch has a market value of €1.51m (£1.29m) – almost 30 times more than the Champions League trophy itself.

Antonio Rudiger celebrated in style as he showed off a luxury watch and posed with the Champions League trophy alongside team-mate David Alaba.

The watch, the Patek Phillipe Nautilus, which was made in collaboration with luxury brand Tiffany & Co, costs a staggering €1.51m (£1.29m).

The watch, the Patek Phillipe Nautilus, which was made in collaboration with luxury brand Tiffany & Co, costs a staggering €1.51m (£1.29m).

The watch is said to be worth 30 times more than the Champions League trophy itself

The watch is said to be worth 30 times more than the Champions League trophy itself

The German arm claims the Champions League trophy has an estimated value of just €50,000 (£42,600).

Rudiger also showed off the watch in an Instagram video that was originally posted on Alaba’s Instagram story – before it was edited and reposted by an account called ‘insaneluxurylife’.

The watch, the Patek Phillipe Nautilus, is a limited edition collector’s item that was produced in collaboration with Tiffany & Co – to mark 170 years of their collaboration.

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It is claimed that only 170 watches were made and depending on when Rudiger bought the watch, he would have had to shell out a lot more a year ago.

That’s because the watch was reportedly worth €2.66m (£2.26m) last year.

Rudiger is not the only famous name in the sporting world to have been captured on the watch.

NBA superstar LeBron James was also seen wearing it when he took part in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France last year.

James had his watch visibly out as he waved the flag to start the iconic race.

The watch is a limited edition collector's item and was previously worn by LeBron James when he competed in the 100th Le Mans 24 Hours in 2023.

The watch is a limited edition collector’s item and was previously worn by LeBron James when he competed in the 100th Le Mans 24 Hours in 2023.

Saturday's triumph was the second time Rudiger (along with Alaba and Toni Kroos) has won the Champions League in his career - previously with Chelsea in 2021.

Saturday’s triumph was the second time Rudiger (alongside Alaba and Toni Kroos) has won the Champions League in his career – previously with Chelsea in 2021.

It is Rudiger’s second career Champions League triumph, having previously won the trophy for Chelsea in the 2020-21 season.

The German joined Real Madrid after they saw off Liverpool in the final a year later and the 31-year-old has become an integral part of Carlo Ancelotti’s side.

He has made 48 appearances in all competitions this season and will now be hoping for success with his national team as they host the European Championships this summer.



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