- Obafemi has stunned his followers on social media showing off his car garage
- In the photo, 2 Bentley Bentayga cars were seen among others
- Martins is reportedly having a net worth of $35 million (about N13.4billion)
Obafemi Martins has flaunted his garage in his latest post and a careful look shows two Bentley Bentayga cars he possesses as part of his range of collections.
It was gathered that Martins purchased the 2017 model of the ride which is worth $230,000 (about N88million) some years back, however latest footage shows there are two of the cars in his garage.
The Bentley Bentayga remains one of the fastest, most expensive, most luxurious SUV on the market - featured with a redesigned 6.0-liter W-12 engine that develops 600 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque, the exotic ride can speed from 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds despite weighing more than 5600 pounds.
Martins who scored 18 goals in his 42 appearances for Nigeria between 2004 and 2015 currently plays for Chinese club Wuhan Zall.
His net worth is said to be around $35 million (about N13.4billion) and he is a footballer who loves luxurious collections.
Obagoal's Iguana 31 expedition yacht is reportedly worth $460,000 (about N176million) which he bought to celebrate his 32nd birthday in 2016.
The model is a powerful boat equipped to navigate any type of seas and can reach up to 55mph.
Expedition 31’s are well fitted with spray-damping design, shock-absorbing seats, and deep-V hull as the centre console folds in seconds so users can stow the boat.
The special edition owned by the 36-year-old can move on both land and water and Martins is the only Nigerian player, past or present, who owns such luxury.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian star, Asisat Oshoala joined the exclusive list of people who have acquired the exquisite iPhone 12 gadget.
Super Eagles star takes a tour inside wife's N150m Ranger Rover 2021 Velar he bought on her birthday
The Super Falcons and Barcelona women's forward took to social media to show off the new gadget valued around N710k. Dressed in one of the Catalans' tops, the four-time Africa best women's player posed in front of a mirror with a broad smile.
The 26-year-old has continued to shine for Lluis Cortes' ladies having scored twice in four appearances so far this campaign to continue from where she stopped last term.
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