As if owning the best fleet of cars on the market wasn’t enough for the world’s best players, others have taken their penchant for extravagance to bizarre new levels with their camouflage-sprayed super cars.
None other than Mario Balotelli led the ‘camo’ revolution when he decided to splash cash on a custom Bentley GT Continental during his Man City days. He reportedly gave the vehicle away to a teammate months later he got bored with it a few months later
Not to be outdone by his former teammate at Inter, Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari followed suit by turning his Lamborghini into a very expensive looking military vehicle. At least Muntari showed some business sense in his choice which can be considered a marketing exercise for luxury chop shop he owns.
Next on the list is Manchester United’s latest signing, Memphis Depay, who decided that his Mercedes-Benz A Class 45 AMG looked rather plain in the standard classic metallic colour options the model comes in. Man U fans will be hoping the car will bring out the fight in him against the Premier League’s rugged defenders next season.