As some of the highest paid athletes in the world, many popular footballers enjoy amassing a collection of rare and limited edition automobiles. Here is a look at a few.
Talent and popularity – these two go hand in hand for the most famous soccer players on the planet. And they are also generously paid for their matches. With significant net worth, many of these players indulge in luxury goods, especially automobiles.
Here are our favorite soccer stars and their favorite cars.
Lionel Messi – $ 1.70 million (Pagani Zonda Tricolore)
Lionel Messi is the highest paid footballer in Europe and owns many luxury cars. Among his prized possessions is a $ 1.70 million Pagani Zonda Tricolor. Argentina has one of three Pagani Zonda Tricolor it has never been done.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic – $ 1.70 million (Ferrari Monza SP2)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic spent $ 1.70 million on a Ferrari Monza SP2 for its 34th birthday. At 39, the Swedish star is still running very well, appearing for AC Milan in Serie A.
Samuel Eto’o – $ 1.80 million (Aston Martin One-77)
Samuel Eto’o, one of Africa’s most recognized footballers, who has played for clubs such as FC Barcelona and Chelsea, owns a luxury Aston Martin One-77. Only 77 units of this automobile were produced.
Karim Benzema – (Bugatti Veyron Pur Sang) – $ 1.90 million
Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema is known for his extravagant taste for the automobile. A Bugatti Veyron Pur Sang is one of his most expensive acquisitions. The automobile, which has an aluminum body and a top speed of over 400 km / h, costs $ 1.90 million
Cristiano Ronaldo – $ 2.00 million (Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport)
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the richest and richest footballers in the world. Ronaldo, one of the most recognizable sportsmen in the world, is known for his obsession with luxury automobiles. Among the treasures of his collection is a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport, for which the Portuguese are said to have paid $ 2 million.
John Terry – $ 2.20 million (Ferrari 275 GTB)
John Terry, renowned former Chelsea defender and captain, has a unique taste for the automobile. Rather than having one of the fastest vehicles in the world, he owns a Ferrari 275 GTB, a rare vintage car from the 1960s that has grown in value over time. Today it can be valued at over $ 2.20 million.
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