- Sergio Aguero boasts of a collection of cars worth a staggering £800,000 including a Lamborghini
- The Man City striker rarely used the Lamborghini Aventador which forms part of his glamorous garage
- However, Aguero recently suggested he regrets parting with £361,000 to acquire the supercar
- The striker purchased the Lamborghini six years ago and even customised it to his preferred taste
Man City star Sergio Aguero has expressed regret for splashing a mouthwatering £361,000 to purchase a Lamborghini Aventador.
Aguero is understood to have coughed up the staggering amount to acquire the luxurious supercar back in 2014.
SunSport reports Kun, as he is fondly known immediately customised the car, wrapping it in satin black.
He also upgraded its interior look, with the custom wheels getting an orange trim to match the interior.
However, the Argentine star still feels the buy was a waste of money as he barely uses the car.
The former Atletico Madrid striker told Argentine TV show Santo Sabado his ride is now gathering cobwebs.
"I don't know why the **** I bought a Lamborghini. It must have done about 1,200km (745 miles) in six years - I've barely used it," he said as cited by The Sun.
"I've been thinking for two years about what the **** I bought that car for. Now the only thing it does is get cold from the rain; it has cobwebs and everything," he revealed.
Aguero is believed to be pocketing a cool £250,000 per week (about KSh 37 million) and with that much, the 32-year-old is well placed to buy the set of wheels without trouble.
Despite not utilising the Lamborghini, the City star boasts of an impressive collection of cars thought to be worth £800,000 (about KSh 120 million).
The collection includes a Ferrari GTC4 Lusso worth £250,000, with a Lumma CLR SV Ranger Rover forming part of his glamorous unit of SUVs.
A Nissan GT-R worth £90,000 is one of Aguero's most cheap cars his garage.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has reportedly emerged as a top transfer target for Paris Saint Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The Argentine-born tactician took over from Thomas Tuchel after his appointment with the French club earlier this year.
He got his reign at the Parc Des Princes started with a 1-1 draw with St Etienne during the mid-week as they currently trail Lyon by three points.
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