Pep Guardiola Has Damaged £460,000 Worth Of Cars Since Joining Manchester City
Pep Guardiola has gone through four different cars since joining Manchester City in 2016 and amassed £460,000 worth of damages.
The Spaniard has enjoyed unprecedented success since joining City and has won a slew of trophies.
But one thing the 48-year-old doesn't seem to have grasped yet is driving in England.
Guardiola is said to have damaged an £80,000 Mercedes GLE, a £150,000 Range Rover, a £200,000 silver Bentley GTX700 and a £30,000 Mini Cooper during his time in Manchester.
The sum of all the damages add up to the lofty sum of £460,000.
Per The Sun in an exclusive, Lu Martin and Pol Ballus write in Pep's City: The Making Of A Superteam: "Today he's behind the wheel of his black Mercedes.
"He has a reputation from his Barcelona days of being a hapless driver and this is his fourth car he has owned since coming to Manchester.
"His wing mirrors don't survive for long and he's also managed to fill a diesel Range Rover with petrol and mangle a silver Bentley."
A source also told The Sun: "Pep is brilliant at many things but driving doesn't appear to be one of them.
"He's struggled with the roads in Manchester and had a couple of bumps."
The price of his cars are staggering, but it's entirely affordable for of the world's elite managers.
However, some footballers have opted to drive more common vehicles over the last few years.
N'Golo Kante pulling up in his Mini Cooper is the best thing you'll see today :sweat_smile::clap: pic.twitter.com/Q0njTQ4FZF
- Super Frank Era (@SuperFrankEra) November 9, 2019
While Inter Milan defender Stefan de Vrij has taken it to a whole new level with his 'eco-car' last year.
The 27-year-old was spotted navigating an 'easy-to-park eco-car' before joining up with manager Antonio Conte and his teammates for an evening in Corso Como, Milan.
Everyone drives their fancy cars except @Stefandevrij who arrives in whatever that is.
- Nima Tavallaey Roodsari (@NimaTavRood) August 29, 2019
He may be 6ft 2in but clearly the Dutch international cares more about the environment than all round comfort.
Maybe Guardiola should look at investing in a similar car in the future.
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