Oracle Finance reveals top ten Footballer cars

Professional football players are known for their expensive taste. Beautiful women, expensive cars and big villas.

Oracle Finance knows quite much about what football players drive, as a large number of Premiership players fund their cars using Oracle Finance’s services because it is the most tax-efficient way of buying expensive cars. With all that information Oracle Finance has a detailed look at the buying habits of the super-rich sports stars.

According to Oracle Finance, premiership players look for luxury over speed and their latest research shows that Range Rover is most-funded luxury cars for sports stars, followed closely by Bentley Continental GT.

Oracle Finance managing director Peter Brook said: “We looked back at our records over the last five years to come up with this list and weren’t surprised the Range Rover was top. Mr. Brook also added “We can’t reveal which footballers use our services because of client confidentiality, but we work with some of the biggest names in the footballing world and have helped hundreds of players, managers and agents fund their dream cars over the years.”

This is the top 10 most popular footballers’ cars list funded by Oracle Finance:
1 Range Rover 28
2 Bentley Continental GT 26
3 Range Rover Sport 24
4 Audi Q7 21
5 BMW X5 18
6 Porsche Cayenne 16
7 Lamborghini Gallardo 13
8 Ferrari 458 8
9 Maserati Gran Turismo 4
10 Aston Martin DB9 3


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