African football stars can earn in excess of $10 million in annual salary, making just about any luxury available to these athletes. Fast, expensive cars are among the luxuries many choose to spend their money on. Here are 12 African football stars who have the most expensive cars.
Kolo Toure, a Liverpool defender who is Yaya Toure’s older brother, drives a Porsche Cayenne, estimated to cost around $136,113.
The Senegalese-French footballer who plays for the Manchester City and France national teams drives an Audi Q7. This German speed machine is priced at over $143,000.
Moussa Dembele is another footballer of a Senegalese-French background, and he is part of the Audi Q7 club.
The younger brother of Kolo Toure, Yaya Toure, is in the Porsche Club too, with a slightly pricier model. The Midfielder of the Machester City drives a Porsche 911, estimated at $181,000. He isn’t shy to test the car’s speed either; the footballer was recently pulled over for going 124 miles an hour.
Romelu Lukaku is the son of Congolese footballer Roger Lukaku. Romelu plays for the Premier League club and the Belgium national team. At just 22 years old, Lukaku drives a Porsche Panamera, estimated at nearly $186,000.
Famous midfielder Sulley Muntari has his foot in the Italian and Ghanaian soccer scene, which could be why he chose a Lamborghini Gallardo, which costs around $190,000. Muntari is in the business of cars too as the owner of a “car pimping” business called 4fkmotosport
Nigerian footballer Mikel Obi from Nigeria had to get creative with his $6 million annual salary, so he collects expensive cars. To date, he’s had a Range Rover, a Mercedez Benz E-class and a Bentley Continental GT, which starts at around $190,000.
Didier Drogba of the Ivory Coast is a collector of fine cars, including a Ferrari F430, which costs around $200,000 and a Mercedes SL65, which can cost around $300,000.
The Nigerian footballer who has played for the Seattle Sounders FC and the Newcastle United just treated himself to a Mercedes Benz Slr Mclaren. These can cost between $287,000 and $900,000.
El Hadj Djouf of Senegal won footballer of the year twice. He joined Obafemi Martins on the list of Mercedes Benz Slr Mclaren owners.
Togolese soccer star Emmanuel Adebayor has his everyday car — a hybrid Fisker Karma — but he is also is the proud owner of an Aston Martin of James Bond fame. The car is worth an estimated $2 million.
The soccer star from Cameroon is something of a car connoisseur with quite the collection. To date, Eto’o has owned a Bugatti Veyron — one of the world’s most expensive cars priced between $1.7 and $2.7 million — as well as an Aston Martin and the very rare Mayach Xenatec Coupe.
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