African football players that compete in the European League are among the wealthiest athletes in the world and have a reputation for blowing a ton of cash on fast cars and opulent residences.
Here are a few of the top African footballers who aren’t shy about shelling out a ton of cash on high-end vehicles.
- Sulley Muntari
The Ghanaian international player bought a black Lamborghini Gallardo for for £135,000.
Suleyman Ali Muntari, a 1984-born international player for Ghana, has played for a variety of organizations, including Pescara, Internazionale, Portsmouth, and Ittihad FC, to mention a few. According to reports from 2015, one of Ghana’s top 10 most paid football players took home an estimated $1.7 million each month.
Sulley, who owns the Milan-based auto customisation company 4FK Motorsport, is said to have a net worth of over $40 million.
- Mikel Obi
A Bentley Continental GT with a suggested retail price of roughly £135,000 is one of his numerous lavish automobiles. He also owns a Range Rover Sport and a Mercedes Benz G-Class.
As of 2020, he will be the richest footballer in Nigeria. He has played for some of the top teams in Europe, including Chelsea, Middlesbrough FC, and Chinese Tianjin Teda. He is thought to be valued around $60 million.
- Emmanuel Adebayor
The Togolese player has an Aston Martin DBS V12 in addition to other expensive vehicles like a Mercedes G Class, Bentley, Rolls-Royce, and Porsche Carrera.
Adebayor has played for reputable international teams like Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Crystal Palace, and Real Madrid among many others. His estimated net worth is around $45 million.
- Obefemi Martins
Obefemi Martins, a football player for Nigeria’s national team, has a fleet of Bentley Bentaygas, Lamborghinis, Mercedes McLarens, Ferrari Spiders, and Mercedes Benz G-Classes.
Obefemi has purportedly played for a number of premier football teams, including Inter Milan, Newcastle United, and Birmingham City, and has an estimated net worth of $25 million.