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Fans can't believe what cars Manchester United stars drive as footage goes viral

Fans can't believe what cars Manchester United stars drive as footage goes viral

Erik ten Hag’s side recorded their first win of the season on Monday.

Footage has emerged showing Manchester United's stars driving out of training, and as expected, the cars on show were spectacular. 

The video was posted on social media claiming to show the cars that United players drive. You can watch the footage here. 

Captain Harry Maguire had a Range Rover, which is a popular choice amongst footballers. Lisandro Martinez, Anthony Elanga, Diogo Dalot, Marcus Rashford and Victor Lindelof were all seen driving a Mercedes. Whilst goalkeeper Tom Heaton was in an Audi. 

Club legend Cristiano Ronaldo was in a flashy Bentley. But it was assistant manager, Mitchell van der Gaag who stole the show as he was seen driving a stunning Lamborghini. 

The 50-year-old former PSV and Motherwell player was brought in by new boss Erik ten Hag as part of his coaching team. 

The car park at the club’s training ground must be quite a spectacle. 


Fans were quick to jump on social media as they drooled over the United stars’ cars. 

One fan said: “I’m sorry but Manchester United money is different.”

Another tweeted: “The United pay cheque must be a hell of a thing.”

Someone else added: “I burst out laughing when the assistant manager entered.” 

And a fourth fan said: “I need to know what we pay our coaches.” 

After a difficult start to the Premier League that saw them lose their first two matches against Brighton and Brentford, the team produced a stellar performance as they secured a much needed 2-1 win over arch rivals Liverpool on Monday night. 


Up next for the Red Devils is a trip to St. Mary’s as they will face Southampton. 

Ten Hag said in his pre match press conference: “It’s a different challenge so I’m really curious: did we learn the lesson from Brentford

“Because this will be more or less the same approach. It’s about transition, it’s about running, it’s about battling and fighting, and then we have to make it our game. So it’s a real challenge for us to do that.”


The Dutchman added: “We need to have a high standard, so it’s a demand to the group, to all the players to do that and now they see what the reward is. 

“So we have to match the runs in and out of possession. So also in possession, we need runs, we need movement.” 

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@alexwarnes777

Topics: Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford