Kaizer Chiefs are currently having a look at Ashley du Preez as they feel that he might be their next top striker at Naturena. As they want to invest in their strikers department. It's clear that Du Preez has been outstanding at Stellenbosch FC as he's their go to attacker whenever they're in need of goals or just creating goal scoring for his team mates. Since, there's possibility that he might move to Naturena, let's get familiar with his luxurious lifestyle. As that will allow the Chiefs hopefuls to get to him better off-field and what he's all about too.
Du Preez is the set to be one of the most popular footballers in Mzansi as long as he continues with his deadly performance. With the top class teams like Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates after his signature, then he might see his finances elevate. That will open more doors for him to buy more designer clothes, travel the world, get himself more mensions and impressive rides. The 24-years-old has showed a glimpse of his modest lifestyle on social media, however he's still regarded as a private person. What's noticed whenever looking at his life is that he prefers being a minimalist which works for him.
Hence, he barely flaunts an expensive things on social media, like most of his team mates. According to kickoff.com, the Bafana star's most-prized possession is the 2014 VW Polo which cost R195 000. When other players are buying convertibles, he prefers to keep it simple. Since, he knows that his vehicle can get him to and from the training grounds. Also, get to move around different places whenever he's not at Stellenbosch.
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