- Messi, Kane, Aubameyang, Bale are among the top nine stars who get cars on lease instead of buying them
- The lease period is up to 36 months and the football stars pay about ten per cent of the cost monthly
- It is understood some players get bored with the cars they own and result in leasing cars to suit their taste
Many footballers prefer to lease a new supercar rather than paying a lump sum amount in purchasing them.
The advantage of leasing gives the players options in swapping cars of their choices when they are bored with the old ones they are using.
Big names like Lionel Messi, Harry Kane, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Gareth Bale and more are understood to have deals on leased motors.
Here are players who prefer to lease cars than make down payments for them:
1. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
The Arsenal striker's Audi R8 that is worth £160,000 is understood to be leased with a monthly payment of £1,853.
2. Lionel Messi
One of Messi's luxury cars, Lexus RX450h is worth £58,484buut pays £592 per month, a chicken fee for the highest player in the world.
3. Harry Kane
The Tottenham captain pays just £540.99 monthly for his F-Pace worth £44,431 rather than the £3,245 payment when buying the car.
4. N'Golo Kante
The Chelsea midfielder is regarded as one of the most modest footballers ever as he drives a Mini Cooper Hatch to train.
But pays £256 per month as lease for his Mercedez.
5. Jesse Lingard
Man United outcast has been spotted behind the wheels of Range Rover Sport SVR costing £107,988, but makes a monthly payment of £962.
6. Gareth Bale
The most successful Welsh player in history treats himself to an Audi Q7 SUV that could cost him £61,000 but prefers to pay £520 per month for the lease.
7. Jordan Henderson
The Liverpool Hall of Famer who helped the Reds win their first Premier League title in 30 years drives a AMG GT worth £124,346 but makes a monthly payment of £2,257.
8. Tyrone Mings
The Aston Villa center-back broke into the England national team recently and the 6ft 5 inches is seen with a Vauxhall Corsa worth Audi Q7 SUV and pays just £155 per month to drive it.
9. Kevin-Prince Boateng
Boateng's choice of car is a Fiat Abarth 595 worth £17,000 but pays £200 monthly to drive it for the next 36 months.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Lionel Messi is the highest-paid footballer and the second player that recently hit the $1billion mark in terms of earnings.
With the enormous amount in his bank account, the Barcelona star can afford to buy anything he wishes with his money.
The 33-year-old has a fleet of luxury things in his possession including his private jet, mansion, cars, hotels and many other things that give him comfort.
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