For footballers, one of the greatest and most prominent buys they make is their autos, sprinkling out crazy measures of cash for some sweet-looking rides. African footballers are no special cases. They are never reluctant to sprinkle substantial sums on some exquisite rides that match their class. Down are the absolute most costly autos possessed by Africans.
1. Samuel Eto’o -£1.55m (Bugatti Veyron)
Eto’o has always been a fan of cars and has from a #1.25m Aston Martin one77 to some Maybach Xenatec valued at #750,000. The number 1 spot belongs to the one and only Samuel Eto’o. The pick of the former Chelsea striker’s # 1 4m fleet of cars could be that your #1.55m Bugatti Veyron; the entire world’s fastest and most expensive vehicle. He is the footballer who owns you.
2. El Hadji Diouf -£400,000 (Mercedes McLaren SLR)
Former Senegalese star El Hadji Diouf has enrolled his name in the history publication of football later winning the footballer award when playing for Senegal. Most recalled at Leeds United, Sunderland, Bolton Wanderers, and Blackburn Rovers and Liverpool, Diouf includes a Mercedes Mclaren SLR value.
3. Obafemi Martins -£335,000 (Mercedes SLR McLaren Convertible)
The Nigerian has acquired so much wealth from football, and the former Inter Milan man has lots of cars, but the one that is quite expensive is the Bentley Bentayga (convertible). Obafemi Martins’ classy convertible Mercedes McLaren is estimated to cost no less than £335,000.
4. Didier Drogba -£300,000 (Mercedes SL 65)
Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has been famous for his awareness of goals when he played for the Blues; he is also one of the celebrities who like expensive automobiles. Probably the priciest is his Mercedes SL 65 that has been rated to function as £ 300,000 although the African footballer of this year has many cars.
5. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s -£270,000 (Lamborghini Aventador)
A Ferrari Porsche and Range Rover covered in a gold paint project around off the set would be the envy of his teammates. Aubameyang’s collection stretches farther with the rest (thought to be well worth a second £2m) out the UK. Arriving at Arsenal, Aubameyang included Aubameyang’s prized possession a Lamborghini Aventador worth £ 270,000 alone and brought four cars.