Premier League footballers cars for sale on AutoTrader with some selling for £175,000
Premier League stars have decided to place a selection of top sports cars for sale through online marketplace AutoTrader during the lockdown. The stunning variety of models includes supercars such as the Ferrari 512 and Ford Mustang to luxurious family models such as the Land Rover Range Rover Sport.
Some of the vehicles have been fitted with added upgrades such as a TV for rear passengers and full entertainment systems for long journeys.
Models start from £37,000 with some players putong theri machines on the market for up to an eye watering £175,000.
AutoTrader spokesperson Rory Reid said: “Auto Trader continues to be the go-to-destination for footballers looking for a change of wheels, particularly in the lead up to the Premier League restarting.
“This year highlights the continued popularity for SUVs amongst Premier League stars, with the likes of Range Rovers continuing to take the top spots.”
Alex Song - Rolls Royce Wrath - £119,950
Ex-Arsenal star Alex Song decided to sell his stunning Rolls Royce after owning it for two years due to his move to play in Switzerland.
The two door, 6.6litre engine has just 19,120 miles on the dashboard and includes a range of luxurious benefits for that superstar feel.
The red and black interior is complemented with chrome detailing and stunning massage seats.
Car technology set to interest motorists include a special night vision mode, 360 degree camera, cruise control and lane assist tools.
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Mark Hateley - Ferrari 512 - £174,900
Former English footballer Mark Hateley tops the award for the most expensive Premier League sportscar on the AutoTrader market.
The pristine 1993 two-door is visually stunning and only comes with 30,000 mieles on the clock.
The car’s interior is kitted out with stunning Rosso carpets and Cavallino embossed seats for extra gleam.
Wayne Rooney - Land Rover Range Rover Sport - £50,000
Wayne Rooney’s Range Rover has done more miles than some of the cars on the lost with 74,000 on the dashboard.
However, this model has everything you need to keep children happy on a long journey with a freeview TV and a DVD player while privacy glass is an added bonus.
Christian Fuchs - Land Rover Defender - £49,990
This exact SUV was bought as a celebration for Leicester City winning the Premier League in 2016.
Manager Claudio Raineiri purchased Defenders for each defender on his title winning team but it seems Fuchs’ model has been rarely used.
The car has just 500 miles on the clock and looks as if it remains in impeccable condition.
Vincent Kompany - Ford Mustang - £49,499
This stunning Ford Mustang Shelby GT-California is extra spacious because only 215 of these limited edition designs were ever made.
The car also has just 3,000 niels in the clock meaning the vehicle is in almost brand new condition.
The car has been boosted with a Ford Racing Power Upgrade package as well as a epcillay tuen exhaust system and the Racing Handling Package.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink - Porsche 911 - £37,500
The former football star purchased this 911 back in 2003 but has since had four other owners.
The car was fully restored with no expense spared six years ago which has left the bodywork in an immaculate condition.
Mileage is below average for these models with just 62,000 on the clock despite 17 years of road use.