Manchester City star Yaya Toure may not be in the best of forms recently, but his off-pitch style cannot be scoffed at.
The four-time African footballer of the year, who earns a staggering £230,000-a-week at the Etihad, has been seen in more Rolls Royces and Supercars than can be found on Floyd Mayweather’s Instagram page.
After his limited edition Wraith was overshadowed by teammate Samir Nasri’s £330,000 Lamborghini Aventador, the Ivorian splashed cash on a Rolls Royce Phantom, worth £350,000.
Toure, 32, has also been seen rocking a Mercedes G Class jeep, a Mercedes Brabus 850, a Bentley Continental and a Porsche Carerra.
But he arrived for training ahead of Tuesday night’s Premier League clash against Newcastle in his latest baby, the Rolls Royce Phantom, described on the company’s website as having: “a star-filled night-sky effect, with 1,600 individual fibre optic lights hand-fitted into the lining of the roof.
“A commanding presence, Phantom Family encapsulates contemporary luxury. Its signature design is complemented by modern features, with the potential to personalise it to the smallest detail.
“Born of the desire to build The Best Car in the World, Phantom is the result of complete creative and engineering freedom.”