Wanyama shows off his state-of-the-art multi-million car(Photos)

The German machine caused excitement among fans at Machakos Stadium.

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Tottenham Hotspurs midfielder and Harambee Stars captain Victor Wanyama is known to many as having a humble and down-to-earth personality.

The 25 year old has risen through ranks to become one of the best stars in football and more so in the English Premier League.

And when it comes to matters lifestyle, you can trust the lad to spend lavishly as evidenced by the Sh25 million Volkswagen Crafter he purchased last year.

Wanyama, who earns £70, 000 a week at Spurs (Sh9.3 million), on Saturday paraded the luxury car while on his way to the national football team’s camp at Kenyatta stadium in Machakos.

The footballer, together with his family, have barely used the German machine since it arrived in the country last year.

Its arrival at the stadium caused excitement among the fans in attendance with a good number of them taking photos of the Volkswagen Crafter CR53 maxi van.

The customized machine is said to contain a fridge, coffeemaker, 3D TV screens for sports channels, interior and exterior CCTV cameras, a play station and 10 seater rotating seats, each designated for the player’s ten member family.

The midfielder is in the country on holiday after having a stellar season in the just-concluded 2016/2017 EPL season.

He wiill join his national team members in preparing for a crucial 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification opening way to Sierra Leone next Saturday in Freetown.

Besides the luxury van, Wanyama’s family also own a Jaguar, Hummer, Lexus V8, BMW, two Lexus cars among others.

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