Wayne Rooney Has Amazing Car Collection Of Bentley, Lambo And James Bond-style Aston Martin

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Wayne Rooney is not just a footballing legend, the former England international is also a ardent lover of epic luxurious cars.

Wayne Rooney And Amazing Car Collection Of Bentley, Lambo And James Bond-style Aston Martin

Rooney enjoyed an illustrious football career over the years and has a huge fortune of around £136million and it’s no brainer if he treats himself good.

The former Manchester United player has treated himself to an impressive collection of cars even though he barely showcases it.

Wayne Rooney, who was formally England National Team captain, reportedly own a Bentley, a Lamborghini and a James Bond-style Aston Martin.

The DC United boss’ most expensive car is a £175,000 orange Bentley Continental GT, which has a maximum speed of 198mph.

Rooney’s Continental GT is a global jet set with the Sultan of Brunei having 13 models of the same Bentley that Rooney owns.

Rooney has also been seen several times riding a £148,000 black Lamborghini Gallardo, a classic Noughties supercar with maximum speed of 201mph.

The Manchester United legend also owned an Aston Martin Vanquish S with same speed as the Lamborghini – the car that was driven by Pierce Brosnan in 007 Die Another Day.

Rooney’s Aston Martin Vanquish S was an awesome glittering silver machine which he later sold in 2016.

Aside the Bentley and Aston Martin, Rooney also owns a luxury Range Rover Evoque which was customised by Overfinch.

The DC United’s boss’ cheapest vehicle is the Audi Q7 which costs £35,000 – which is just a fraction of his then weekly wages as a player.

Wayne Rooney And Amazing Car Collection Of Bentley, Lambo And James Bond-style Aston Martin
Rooney’s Bentley Continental GT.

The marketed Audi Q7 is a multipurpose SUV with a roomy interior and a top speed of 155 mph.

This comes after Rooney left his name out when naming his “Mount Rushmore of United legends” recently.

Eddie Hearn, a British boxing Promoter, has also revealed that Wayne Rooney frequently sends him messages asking for a boxing fight.

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Mark Rooney is an English football manager and former player, who was born on 24 October, 1985 and is the manager of MLS club D.C. United in the United States.

Rooney spent most of his playing career as a forward while also being used in various midfield roles and he is globally considered one of the best players of his generation.

The DC United coach is the record goalscorer for Manchester United, and was the record goalscorer for the England national team before Harry Kane broke the record.

The former Everton and Manchester United attacker has made more appearances for England than any other outfield player.

Personal life

Aside being an ardent fan of Everton, Rooney also supports Celtic and is also a supporter of the Leeds Rhinos rugby league club.

Wayne Rooney was formally a boxer and still pursues the sport recreationally for stress relief.

Rooney helped his boxer friend Ricky Hatton carry one of his belts into the ring in his world light-welterweight title fight against José Luis Castillo in Las Vegas.

This particular decision by Hatton who was a Manchester City fan to allow Rooney, a Manchester United player carry his belt prompted threats of a boycott among the many Manchester City supporters who made up Hatton’s fanbase.

Wayne Rooney And Amazing Car Collection Of Bentley, Lambo And James Bond-style Aston Martin

The boxer however responded in regards to that, saying; “Nobody hates United more than me. Just because I don’t support his team doesn’t mean I can’t admire what he has done.”

Wayne Rooney is also a fan of tattoos. He has a number of them which includes one of a Celtic cross on his arm.

Wayne Rooney Networth

Wayne Rooney’s net worth is estimated at around the £100 million ($136m) to £120 million ($163m) mark which is based on his career earnings so far.

He turned down a chance to bolster his earning by signing for a Chinese Super League team some years ago.

Rooney chose to return to his boyhood club Everton which was followed by lucrative move to D.C. United in North America’s MLS, where he was amongst the highest paid.

The former England captain later moved to Derby County in 2020, where he became an interim player-manager before taking the managerial career path.

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