All shall be Gucci with May Mahlangu

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South Africa international midfielder May Mahlangu was dripped in Gucci as he was spotted at OR Tambo this week.

The 31-year-old has been restricted to just one game which came in the UEFA Europa League this season as the Covid-19 pandemic disrupted life at Kazakhstan Premier League outfit, Ordabasy.

Mahlangu since returned to South Africa recently, and his taste for the designer was evident as he continues to enjoy the fruits of his labour with 13 years of European football under his belt.

The diminutive midfielder who's never played in the PSL within his impressive career has been nicknamed 'Mr Gucci' amongst the football fraternity, for his obvious love for the designer brand.

Scroll through the gallery below to see Mahlangu's luxury BMW's

All Shall Be Gucci

A coined term by Mahlangu used on several of his social media posts.

In his latest image at the Johannesburg-based airport, his Instagram followers saw him stripped from head to toe in the luxury Italian brand.

The brand founded by Guccio Gucci exactly 100 years ago represents one of the most iconic designer brands of all-time that's often been reserved for the rich and famous.

In 2018, they recorded profits of €9.628-billion (R176bn) which showcases the global power with 487 stores worldwide and their online shopping sector booming.

Mahlangu's entire outfit for the day saw him dripping in over R20 000 worth of the brand with the branded cap priced at $590 (R9000), embroidered espadrille shoes worth $440 (R6600), and the noticeable belt bag going for $720 (R11000).

Did you know?

Mahlangu won the Swedish Player of the Year in 2011.

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