Kemewahan 5 bintang bola sepak dunia

Bintang-bintang bola sepak kini dunia sudah menjadi selebriti.  Prestasi, keupayaan dan kemewahan yang diraih membuatkan mereka menjadi terkenal.

Media sering melaporkan gaya hidup beberapa bintang bola sepak dunia termasuk kediaman dan kereta mewah yang mereka miliki serta berapa banyak wang yang dihabiskan untuk membeli-belah dan bercuti.

Berikut adalah gambaran kekayaan lima bintang bola sepak dunia iaitu Cristiano Ronaldo, David Beckham, Lionel Messi, Zlatan Ibrahimovic dan Wayne Rooney:

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid, Portugal)

Kenderaan yang dimiliki atau pernah dimiliki: Lamborghini Aventador ($285,000), Koenigsegg CCX ($600,000), Ferrari 599 GTO ($400,000), Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe ($380,000), Aston Martin DB9 ($170,000), Bugatti Veyron ($1.7 juta), Mercedes-Benz C220 CDI ($30,000), Porsche Cayenne Turbo ($100,000), Maserati GranCabrio ($110,000), Ferrari F430 ($200,000), Audi RS6 ($120,000), Audi Q7 ($47,000), Audi R8 ($140,000), Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano ($350,000), Bentley Continental GTC ($300,000). 

Jenama kegemaran:
Jam tangan (Jacob & Co, Time Force, CR9), Nike dan Gucci.

Hartanah: Alderley Edge Mansion di Britain ($6 juta) dan Madrid Mansion di Sepanyol ($7.2 juta).


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