Shinji Kagawa's coffers have significantly increased since his transfer to Manchester United, with numerous companies clamouring to acquire the services of the Japanese star to endorse their various products.
The 24-year-old has featured in a number of adverts during his time with Manchester United, having joined from Borussia Dortmund in the summer transfer of last year, with the likes of Adidas, Hublot and Kirin Brewery Company relying on his star to raise their own respective profiles.
Last week we highlighted Kagawa's appearance in a commercial for Kirin, during which the Manchester United attacker singlehandedly bamboozles a team of nine players thanks to his quick feet and trickery.
The last TV spot featuring Kagawa, however, is beyond bizarre, as the Japan international crosses for a goalscoring dog in a Manchester park, while the pair are seemingly mocked by a dolphin paddling in a tank.
Kagawa and the dog build up an impressive understanding as the Old Trafford No.26 plants the ball on the head of his canine companion, but we're not really sure why. And, as for the dolphin, well, that's even more difficult to comprehend.
Watch Manchester United star Shinji Kagawa in an advert for Softbank in the video below...