Obafemi Martins – Lamborghini Murcielago
Ex-Newcastle forward Obafemi Martins is snapped with former Italian striker Christian Vieri in Milan standing next to his £200k Lamborghini Murcielago.
Didier Drogba – MINI Cooper S Works
What kind of car does big, bustling Chelsea centre-forward Didier Drogba drive? It’s the tiny, nimble MINI Cooper S Works of course.
Didier’s MINI must be one of the smallest and cheapest vehicles in the Chelsea training ground car park but his teammates would do well to contain any giggles until the Drog is out of earshot.
Poor Didier Drogba, here he is collecting yet another parking ticket this time on his Ferrari after he overstayed the parking limit by half an hour outside Harrods.
El Hadji Diouf – Range Rover Revere
Blackburn Rovers’ El Hadji Diouf shopping in Manchester’s city centre, oblivious to the fact that an eagle-eyed traffic warden has spotted his hilariously over-the-top customised Range Rover Revere parked illegally and has issued him with a ticket.
El Hadji Diouf getting into his DB9 in Manchester. Mr Diouf may earn a lot of money but given the number of very flash cars he owns, he really needs to. His weekly depreciation bill must be thousands of pounds alone.
Salomon Kalou – Range Rover
Another Chelsea star Salomon Kalou continues to uphold our theory that Range Rovers are the vehicle of choice for Premier League footballers – when they’re not in their Bentleys that is.
Samuel Eto’o – Bentley
Inter Milan Striker Samuel Eto’o Fils in his Bentley GT63.
Inter Milan and Cameroon striker Samuel Eto’o and his wife Georgette demonstrates that it’s not all Ferraris and Range Rovers here with a Fiat Scudo that he used on holiday in Greece in 2007.
Emmanuel Adebayor – Bentley GTC
Manchester City’s Emmanuel Adebayor climbs into his Bentley GTC supercar.