According to one of the leading researches in England, astronomical weekly wages dished out to top footballers means that their luxury cars are paid off quicker than they can play a football match. It's no secret that footballers are handsomely paid for running around a pitch for 90 minutes every week. As salaries are already way up there most elite footballers get to drive around in style.
Having enjoyed a football career spanning for well over a decade in South Africa and also abroad, Dino Ndlovu has proven to be a penchant of finer things in life. According to standards his car collection is definitely on another level, as it is seemingly second to non.
As one of the richest South African footballers, the former Mamelodi Sundowns forward has over the years been seen driving around in a Lamborghini Huracan. According to information gathered the high end car is priced at R5.1 million, making it one of the most expensive sports cars in the market.
As if that was not enough he has over the years been spotted behind the wheel of a Bentley Continental GT. According to sources the luxury vehicle is priced at R4 095 000. On the other hand, Ndlovu can also be seen driving around in an stunning Audi R8 and as well as a Mercedes AMG G-Class G63 Edition 1. In his garage you will also find a Mercedes Benz GTS and as well as a Porsche Cayenne.
According to figures and estimations Dino Ndlovu car collection over the years is estimated to have costed him atleast R20 million, making it one of the most expensive by a South African footballer. Just like most successful footballers of his generation he often takes to IG to flaunt his car collection leaving many of his followers inspired.
Source : https://www.instagram.com/dino_ndlovu/
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