Sadio Mane's incredible car collection includes Mercedes AMG
- Sadio Mane, like every other football celebrity boasts of an exotic collection of cars
- The player has been modest in public - mostly seen driving a Range Rover
- Mane has over $665,000 worth of cars including Bentley Continental GT and Mercedes AMG
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Sadio Mane is a big fan of luxury cars and despite his modest public appearance, the Senegalese star owns a stylish garage with cars worth more than $665,000 (about KSh 72 million)
The Liverpool star has among others a Mercedes G63 AMG worth $200,000 (about KSh 21M), Bentley Continental GT worth $200,00 (about KSh 21M), Audi RS7 $120,000 (about KSh 13M) and Range Rover Evoque worth $45,000 (about KSh 5M).
But he is mostly seen driving his Range Rover to the Melwood training ground, and from what he earns at Liverpool, he could easily buy that every 33 minutes.
Mane has a net worth of $20million (over KSh 2 billion) as of 2020, and as such he is currently among the top 100 richest footballers in the world.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi both who top the rich list, boast a net worth of $450 million and $400 million respectively.
Mane's latest contract with Liverpool was signed in November 2018 and has him earning a staggering €10million (over KSh 1.2 billion) per year.
A breakdown of the contract sees him take home over €830,000 per month (about KSh 106M), over €200,000 per week ( KSh 25 million).
The former Southampton player also earns massively from endorsements with Indonesia Tourism, Western Union and New Balance.
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Despite his riches, TUKO.co.ke Mane has been giving a helping hand to the less privileged, building schools and health facilities in his home country.
"Why would I want ten Ferraris, 20 diamond watches or two planes? What will these objects do for me and for the world?" he was quoted one time saying.
"I was hungry, and I had to work in the field; I survived hard times, played football barefooted, I did not have an education and many other things, but today with what I earn thanks to football, I can help my people," he added.
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