Indications have shown that Manchester City left-back, Benjamin Mendy could lose his £475,000 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. The government may crush the vehicle’ after it was seized by police last month.
According to reports, the Frenchman was stopped for driving without a valid license or insurance. 20 days after the car was collected from him, the defender is still yet to provide any documentation.
Since the car has spent over two weeks with the Police, they are likely to do two things: sell it at an auction or destroy it.
Features of the £475,000 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Benjamin Mendy is about to lose
It was gathered that Mendy purchased the car, which is capable of doing 0-60mph in three seconds in France.
The Police after stopping the City defender took the car to Macclesfield police station before being moved to a secure pound.
There was a time he also got a ticket for wrong parking somewhere in Manchester.
If he loses this one, he has other cars like Ferrarris and Mercedes Benz to cruise with.
Mendy still focused on Manchester City
Since joining Man City from Monaco in 2017, Mendy has been an important player for the Citizens. If not for injury setbacks, he would have made more than 60 appearances he has made so far for Pep Guardiola’s side.
He has so far won two Premier League titles, the League Cup and the Community Shield with the club.
Mendy has also played ten games for France. He was also part of the squad that won the World Cup in 2018, although he made just one appearance at the tournament.
Since his return from an anterior cruciate ligament injury last season, the left back has made the position his own again.
Is Benjamin Mendy related to Ferland Mendy?
Mendy is sharing the same surname with the Real Madrid player. They also plays the same position.
Coincidentally, they both have family from Senegal and attended Le Havre’s academy at the same time, but they are not bloodly related.
Benjamin Mendy net worth and salary
His move to City in July netted him a whopping salary of 5.0 Million Euro (4.4 Million Pound) per year. This means he earns €13,661 (£12,000) per day and €569 (£500) per hour.
Having played for Olympique Marseille, AS Monaco and now Manchester City, Mendy is estimated to be at a net worth of 13 Million Euro (11.5 Million Pound). .