Manchester United the twenty times EPL winners. And one the biggest clubs in English and world football can boast of lots things. Ranging from owning one of historical plays grounds, trophy’s and lots of records and personal achievements.
A team that has enjoyed lots of glory in the yesteryears and it’s currently tracking back to it winning ways. That journey has not been a child’s play for the mancunians. Buts seems the efforts will one day pay off.
The team in recent times has seen lots of inclusion since the arrival of their old boy Ole. This season alone had seen the inclusion of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane to beef up the squad to return to it winning ways.
In recent days it has come to the lime light the expensive life style of the the red side of Manchester. Expensive life styles has been an element of lots of footballers over the years. Due to the high weekly wages of this football players it’s evident they can afford the extravagant lifestyles.
Let’s take few minutes to run through some expensive automobiles used by some Manchester United players.
Marcus Rashford driving a 150 pounds Army green G Wagon.
Scot Mctominay 90k Mercedes Benz
Aaron Wan-Bissaka 90k G Wagon
David Degea 160k Aston Martin
David James 100k Range Rover
Nemanja Matic 301k Ferrari GTC4 Lusso
Paul Pogba 230k Rolls Royce Wraith
With this it’s no wonder the packing lot of their AON training ground will look like a luxurious car dealership.
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