CRISTIANO RONALDO has a car collection worth £18MILLION.
The Manchester United star owns a fleet that includes a £8.5 million Bugatti and a £1 million McLaren Senna.
After his hat-trick against Tottenham in March, he even treated himself to a brand new £200,000 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera.
A study by the Driving school Bill Plant reveals that it would have taken Ronaldo 33 hours, 47 minutes and 56 seconds of football out of his £24.96 million annual salary to earn the £18,064,666 his collection is worth.
Lionel Messi’s fleet is worth even more than Ronaldo’s, but his higher salary would make him pay it back faster.
The Argentine’s collection is valued at £28,169,068 and includes a £1.5 million Pagani Zonda.
He also got Audi engines as part of their former sponsorship deal with Barcelona.
With Messi’s dazzling annual salary of £52 million, he can pay off his entire car collection in 27 hours, 17 minutes and 36 seconds of action.
Neymar is next on the list with a £11,790,864 collection, including a rare Maserati.
With his staggering salary of £31,304,000, it takes him eight hours, 52 minutes and 58 seconds to pay it off.
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Attackers Karim Benzema and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are next on the list of collections worth £7,897,900 and £4,555,232 respectively.
Benzema is the proud owner of a Bugatti Chiron while Zlatan owns a fleet of Ferraris.
The Frenchman’s £14.3 million salary settles him after 26 hours, 38 minutes and 22 seconds of action, while Zlatan’s £9.1 million salary will require 12 hours, 27 minutes and 22 seconds.
Roma new kid Paulo Dybala has a collection worth £2,750,527, including a £395k Lamborghini – with the fleet taking four hours, 29 minutes and 43 seconds of footy to pay off his £11,544,000 annual salary.
Juve star Paul Pogba’s garage contains a Rolls Royce in a collection worth £1.6 million – meaning it would have taken three hours, 21 minutes and 16 seconds of playing time last season to pay for it.
Tottenham superstar Son Heung-min loves his cars and has a £1.5 million collection, including a rare Ferrari LaFerrari.
His £9,984,000 salary from Spurs would see him on the pitch for seven hours, 47 minutes and 51 seconds to pay it off.
Memphis Depay is in his cars and has a collection of £1,201,271 who, with his £8,216,000 Barca salary, will take seven hours, seven minutes and 23 seconds to pay off.
Rounding out our top 10 is Antoine Griezmann, whose £850k car collection includes a McLaren 675LT and the Ferrari F12.
On the Frenchman’s annual salary of £18,252,000, it takes two hours, a minute and 16 seconds of action to pay for his collection of motorcycles.