What looks to be the well-known Serbian striker Samir Nurkovic's sports car might easily find a place at the Royal Ranch in light of his recent move from Kaizer Chiefs to Royal AM. This move was the subject of much media attention. Take a look at it!
Nurkovic has moved on to a new club in the DStv Premiership after establishing a strong rapport with the supporters of Amakhosi, where he spent the previous two seasons demonstrating his abilities as a player.
Even if his transfer has caused a lot of commotion out on the field, what appears to be Kokota's most recent BMW could easily find a place in the premium parking lot at Royal AM.
On Nurkovic's Instagram account, the striker may be seen posing next to an upscale BMW automobile.
At first blush, it seems as though Nurkovic is driving a coupe model of the BMW 6-Series. Prior to that, the striker was seen in close proximity to a black BMW 3 series.
What are your thoughts on Nurkovic's high-end automobile?
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