Tonight's EuroMillions draw could see one lucky winner rocket past the wealth of Premier League football royalty.

The continent-wide lottery boasts an eye-watering jackpot of £108million which should be plenty enough for anyone to land the car, mansion and even yacht of their dreams.

The figure is so massive that it dwarfs the riches of two of the world's best footballers Mohamed Salah and Kevin de Bruyne combined.

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For all their wages and money-spinning sponsorship deals, Liverpool's Egyptian King is thought to be worth around £41million and his Belgian Manchester City rival, £52million.

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So if putting in a life time of sacrifice and discipline to dazzle fans on a pitch for 90 minutes twice a week sounds like too tall an order, Friday night's EuroMillions isn't a bad substitute to get that fat bank balance

Brits have just enough time left to play for this week's jaw-dropping jackpot which sets entrants back £2.50 per ticket

Players just need to pluck out their five luckiest numbers up to 50 and add on a pair of lucky star numbers between one and 12.

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Even without nailing the lucky stars, players will scoop a pretty life-changing sum of £130,000 if their first five numbers match up.

The youngest-ever EuroMillions winner has spilled the beans on her biggest regret after scooping the £1million windfall.

Jane Park secured the huge win when she was just 17 years old, changing her life in an instance as she went from working a temporary admin job where she earned £8 an hour to a millionaire.

The Scottish lottery winner told LADbible: "The only purchase I regret is my first Brazilian Bum Lift.

"I was left in absolute agony and hospitalised for four weeks with suspected sepsis."

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A man has shared his regret over splitting up with his girlfriend just months before her family scoped £61m on the EuroMillions jackpot.

Rugby player Daniel White says he was dumped by his childhood sweetheart Courtney Davies after the pair had drifted apart.

He said he experienced double the heartache after his friends ridiculed him when they found out her family later won the lottery.


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