How much are soccer player car kits worth?

N’Golo Kante and his sweetheart Mini Cooper are legends of the legend.

Football fans seem quite fond of the way the Chelsea midfield general spends his life and there’s no denying that his choice of engine contributes to this whole story.

The simple fact of the matter is that fans seem to really focus on the humility and down-to-earth aura that Kante gives when he arrives at training with his indistinct movement.

Football players and their car kits

Well, it’s unclear when he’s not driving a wrecked, bruised version of the iconic car to Cobham after hitting a truck. But this is a completely different story…

It just so happens that Kante seems to have made more subtle choices than the usual footballer when it comes to cars, and that seems to show up in the pricing department as well.

That’s because new research by Vanarama ahead of the FA Cup Final has delved into how much some of the world’s most famous footballers spend on their car kits.

The company’s automation experts analyzed the garages of 30 high-profile players, calculating the total value as well as the number of daily wage packets needed to afford it all.

Spurs reaction 3-0 Arsenal game (Football Balcony)

How does Kante compare to other stars?

Of course, Kante ends up at the lower end of the spectrum with an estimated garage value of £93,000, which was backed up by his purchase of the brighter Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe.

But he nonetheless remains one of only four players in the study to have a car collection under £100,000, and Diogo Jota, Alisson Becker and Edward Mendy keep things modest.

While it’s fair to say that some of the beautiful game’s highest-earning players have splashed out a bit more on their drives – and fair play them because we could hardly say we would otherwise.

The study claims Cristiano Ronaldo’s garage tip the scales at £18m, but eternal rival Lionel Messi is already blowing it out of the water with a £28m pool.

However, this is just the tip of the iceberg with a lot of great stats to be had, so be sure to take a look under the hood of the football car kits by reviewing the full study below:

Ronaldo and Messi have particularly eye-catching car collections.

Yes, yes, yes, there is still something on the average machine that is my Toyota Aygo.

These motors are not cheap…

Well, jokes aside, it sure is amazing to see how many soccer players have car collections that swell into the millions and that’s before we spy how fast they can go.

On top of that, even if the Mini Cooper is the pride of the Kante fleet, it’s still great to think that he can pay off every car in his garage from just two days of working at Chelsea.

On the other hand, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang needs to count on the better part of the year to raise the equivalent of his combined £3.9m from his £80,000-a-week wages.

Aubameyang, Barcelona player, celebrates.
Football – LaLiga – Barcelona – Athletic Bilbao, Camp Nou, Barcelona, ​​Spain, February 27, 2022, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Barcelona player, celebrates scoring his first goal.

But from Ronaldo to Messi and Karim Benzema to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, we would be too cold to heart not to stay with the Mini Cooper from Kante despite all the glamor and charm of the luxury car fleet.

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