Sergio Ramos is arguably one of the best defenders in the world and what could be more fitting than a luxurious private jet worth R34 million? Here’s what the inside looks like.
The new Paris Saint-Germain signing boasts over 700 club appearances and decided to spoil himself with a private jet in 2020. According to Sport, the 35-year-old earns more than R180 million a year, so the vehicle was no hefty price for him to pay.
What type of jet is it?
The vehicle is called a Cessna Citation 560 which comes with leather seats, walnut tables, carpet and a bathroom, according to the Sun.
Over the past year, Ramos has occasionally used the plane for himself but he also entered the rental business and reportedly charged around R40 000 per hour for rich clients to hire it.
But now, it is expected that the former Real Madrid captain and family will only use it.
Scroll through the gallery above to see what Sergio Ramos' private jet looks like
Ramos joins an elite group of jet owners
Top footballers spend a good part of their careers traveling to attend their training sessions, matches, or to be with their loved ones and this is why it is crucial to get one.
The Spanish veteran joins an elite list of private jet owners such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and many more.
Did you know?
His older brother Rene is his agent. Rene actually encouraged Ramos to join his first club, FC Camas.
Your thoughts, please?
What do you think about his private jet?