Taking a peek into the garages of million-dollar earners in the game – all of whom are fans of the four-wheeled luxuries of life.
Big boys need big toys. That’s certainly what these star footballers believe, and when you make that much money, there’s really nothing stopping you.
Join us for a peek into the garages of million-dollar earners in the game.
Alexis Sanchez - Bentley Continental GT
The Arsenal winger spent close to $200,000 on this ride - just over a week's wages.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - Aston Martin DB9
Besides his acid green DB9, the Borussia Dortmund player also owns a black-and-yellow Porsche Panamera (dubbed the Batmobile by German press).
Eden Hazard - Mercedes SLS AMG
This Chelsea midfielder owns a 2015 model, along with a couple of Audis and a BMW.
Paul Pogba - Rolls Royce Dawn
It's no secret that the Manchester United star is a fan of Rolls-Royces, having also been spotted cruising in Memphis Depay's Wraith and a bright pink one with Romelu Lukaku.
Robert Lewandowski - Ferrari F12
The Bayern Munich striker was famously seen speeding off in his sleek red version in Munich.
Gareth Bale - Audi R8
Bale loves his Audis; besides being proud owner of a white Audi R8 Spyder, the Real Madrid winger also has an Audi Q7.
Antoine Griezmann - Maserati GranTurismo S
The Atlético Madrid forward reportedly has a garage featuring luxury names such as Rolls-Royce, Maserati, and McLaren.
Neymar - Maserati MC12
The newly-minted PSG forward has been spotted in his silver million-dollar ride as early as 2013. His car collection includes a Volvo XC 60, Porsche Panamera, Audi R8 GT, and Ferrari F58 Spider.
Lionel Messi - Ferrari F430 Spider
His version is worth up to quarter million more for its rare grey colour. Messi also reportedly won a Ferrari 335 S Spider Scaglietti 1957 from Ronaldo in an auction, and has a garage boasting several Audis, a Range Rover Vogue, Dodge Charger SRT8, and Maserati GranTurismo MC Stradale.
Ronaldo - Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4
Football's top earner is a fan of fine cars, with more than 20 in his collection. He famously showed off the $335,000 villainous machine online last year, which gave trolls quite a field day. We can't imagine that rustles the feathers of a man who rides in a Lambo one bit, though.
Images courtesy of respective car makers.