EVERY year footballers are seen behind the wheels of new, exciting cars as they start a new season afresh.
And the coronavirus pandemic hasn't halted their preference for stunning motors worth hundreds of thousands.
Thanks to insurance website MoneyBeach.co.uk, SunSport can reveal the top 10 cars that footballers own the most.
You'll be shocked to discover there's not a Lamborghini in sight.
10. TESLA MODEL S
Football is slowly catching onto the idea of going green.
Of course, there's Forest Green Rovers owner Dale Vince who encourages his players to drive electric cars.
Arsenal star Hector Bellerin is a forward-thinker, who has joined Vince on his crusade to make football more environmentally friendly.
He also drives a £74,000 Tesla Model S, designed by Elon Musk, that can reportedly reach a top speed of 199 mph.
9. FERRARI LAFERRARI
The most expensive car on the list, the star of Ferrari's fleet is their amazing LaFerrari.
It's no surprise that car aficionado Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has one in his garage.
Spurs star Son Heung-min is also believed to own one in his car collection.
Only 499 were ever made, so it's a real collector's item.
8. MERCEDES-BENZ G WAGON
Surprisingly low on the list is the G Wagon, given SO many footballers seem to be seen with one.
Cristiano Ronaldo was given the car by Georgina Rodriguez back in February as a present for his 35th birthday.
We've also seen Mesut Ozil behind the wheel of one, most famously when his team-mate Sead Kolasinac was fighting off car jackers.
Prices for the G Wagon start at £93,250.
7. FERRARI 488
It seems that it's French footballers that are in love with the Ferrari 488.
With a price tag from £251,590, you'd have to be an international to be able to afford one.
Chelsea star Olivier Giroud takes his to training at the club's Cobham complex.
While former team mate Alexandre Lacazette was spotted jumping in a 488 after shopping at Tesco.
6. FORD MUSTANG GT
An American favourite, there's not many footballers on our shores that drive Mustangs.
But in the MLS they're all the range, which could explain why it features so highly on the list.
However, one former Premier League star Vincent Kompany had a Mustang GT – worth around £30,0000.
In 2019, he sold it on AutoTrader.
5. ASTON MARTIN DB9
The DB9 isn't a new car, having been around since 2004.
But at £135,000 brand new, it's still one of the most classiest motors to own on the road.
Manchester United star Juan Mata is a proud driver of one.
As is Barcelona defender Gerard Pique.
4. LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Long been the staple of any footballers' garage, the Range Rover is regularly seen across training ground car parks all over the world.
Their special Autobiography model is its most expensive – costing from £101,035.
It's a favourite of Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has pulled up to Carrington in his.
Harry Kane is also believed to have one amongst his fleet of British cars.
3. BENTLEY BENTAYGA ONYX
Bentley's first ever 4×4 comes with a hefty price tag.
At £219,950 for the most exclusive GTX edition, you will need to earn superstar wages.
That's why Manchester City pair Sergio Aguero and Riyad Mahrez can afford one.
England legend David Beckham has also been seen driving a Bentayga too.
2. LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER SPORT
If you're with Manchester United, you MUST drive a Range Rover Sport.
Or at least that seems to be the way, if these pictures are anything to go by.
Harry Maguire, Phil Jones, plus new signings Donny Van de Beek and Edinson Cavani have been spied riding in the SUV.
And with a starting price of £63,390 it's not going to break the bank for these high-rollers.
1. BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT
Showing footballers are going for comfort over style in 2020 is the revelation that the Continental GT tops the list.
Often topping the polls of car magazines as one of the best cars money can buy, it first appeared in 2003.
Since then, the likes of Olivier Giroud, Juan Mata and Italian defender Matteo Darmian have added the motor to their garages.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is also a fan.
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