England’s Euro 2024 stars’ cars, from Harry Kane’s £183,000 Bentley Continental GT to Jude Bellingham’s £110,000 BMW XM

ENGLAND’s stars make a mint – thanks to huge deals with their Premier League clubs, or in the case of Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham, overseas.

That allows our heroes to enjoy a life of luxury.

England’s No1 Jordan Pickford drives a popular footballers’ car

Pickford has been seen behind the wheel of a £188,000 Lamborghini Urus

One of the many things they like to splash the cash on are supercars.

From Lamborghinis to Range Rovers, the first XI of the Three Lions drive the best motors.

With help from Anglo Scottish, provider of vehicle finance to the stars, SunSport reveal who drives what.

Jordan Pickford, Lamborghini Urus, £188k

England’s No1 has been seen behind the wheel of one of the most popular cars driven by footballers today.

His is, of course, souped up with a black matte finish.

The Urus is Lamborghini’s first venture into the SUV world.

But that doesn’t it’s slow – it’s capable of a top speed of 190 mph and can accelerate from 0-62 mph in 3.5 seconds.

Kyle Walker, Lamborghini Huracan, £235k

After completing his big move from Spurs to City for £45million in 2017, Walker bought his most expensive motor.


He joined new teammate Sergio Aguero as a Lamborghini owner.

The right-back got himself a Huracan, which he was seen driving to training in his first few weeks at the club.

It’s one of the fastest cars on the planet – capable of reaching 0-62 mph in just 2.9 seconds.

GettyKyle Walker drives a super fast Lamborghini Huracan that’s worth £235,000[/caption]

Kieran Trippier, Range Rover Sport, £75k

Another stereotypically footballer’s car, Trippier drives a Range Rover Sport.

It features massage electric memory seats and a Meridian sound system.

Back in 2018, it was the most leased car by Premier League stars.

Incredibly, it can manage 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds and reaches a top speed of 176 mph.

GettyThe Range Rover Sport is the most popular luxury car owned by an England star[/caption]

Marc Guehi, Mercedes-Benz A45 S, £64K

This brilliant hatchback is befitting of the player that drives it.

Reliable and quick, the Mercedes-Benz A45 S will draw plenty of admirers because of its reasonable price.

It can reach a top speed of 170 mph, boasts 415bhp, and can do 0-62 mph in just 3.9 seconds.

It’s a worthy rival to the Audi RS3 Sportback.

HandoutEngland new boy Marc Guehi drives a relicable Mercedes-Benz A4 S hatchback[/caption]

John Stones, Rolls-Royce Cullinan, £300k

The most expensive car an England footballer has been seen behind the wheel of is driven by John Stones.

Sports stars including boxer Andy Ruiz Jr and Cristiano Ronaldo are proud owners of the prestige Cullinan.

Weighing 2.6 tonnes, this Rolls-Royce doesn’t lack power.

Its 6.75-litre twin turbo V12 engine means the giant motor is still capable of hitting 62mph in five seconds with a top speed of 155mph.

Free for editorial useJohn Stones’ Rolls-Royce Cullinan is the most expensive car owned by an England star[/caption]

Declan Rice, Range Rover, £75k

Rice is the second player to fall for the Range Rover Sport.

It really is the perfect car to drive to and from training, because of its leg room and comfort.

Obviously, it is luxurious inside with no expense spared on the interior.

That said, it’s not the quickest – with a top speed ranging from 4.9 to 7.7 seconds, depending on the model.

PADeclan Rice demands luxury and comfortability, which is why he owns a Range Rover Sport[/caption]

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Range Rover, £75k

The Liverpool ace is another who subscribes to the classic SUV.

Although, he was involved in a nasty accident back in October during Storm Babet.

When a 40ft electricity pylon was uprooted in treacherous 70mph winds, it landed on the car right in front of the Alexander-Arnold’s.

The midfielder slammed the brakes and swerved before hitting the BMW XM in front of him. It was a lucky escape.

GettyTrent Alexander-Arnold also subscribes to the classic SUV, although he had a crash in his recently[/caption]

Jude Bellingham, BMW XM, £110k

When you’re on a salary of £220,000-per-week, the car world is your oyster.

Lucky for the midfield ace, his BMW XM is a sponsored car supplied by club Real Madrid.

This electric motor can reach 0-62mph in just 4.3 seconds.

It comes with a 4.4-litre twin-turbocharged V8 paired with an electric motor developing 653hp and 800Nm of torque.

RexEngland golden boy Jude Bellingham earns £220,000-per-week at Real Madrid[/caption]

Enes KucevicLucky for him, Bellingham’s BMW XM worth £110,000 is a company car supplied by the club[/caption]

Bukayo Saka, Mercedes-Benz G-Class, £134k

A favourite of celebrities across the globe, Saka is a lover of the famous G-Wagon by Mercedes.

The G-class is renowned for its more rugged look and is made using a body-on-frame assembly method rather than the unibody approach more usually taken to modern luxury cars.

Like its British counterpart the Jeep, it was originally developed as a military off-roader before going commercial.

It can go from 0-62 mph in 4.5 seconds to 6.4 seconds, depending on the model.

GettyLike many A-list celebs around the globe, Bukayo Saka drives a Mercedes-Benz G Wagon[/caption]

GettyThe brilliant G-Class costs a staggering £134,000 and offers a more rugged look and top performance[/caption]

Phil Foden, Toyota Vellfire, £40,000

On a mega salary, and having to compete with other Man City stars in the motor stakes, you could have been fooled into thinking Foden drives a flashy car.

But that’s certainly not the case.

For Foden only passed his driving test back in December. He gleefully took to social media to confirm the news.

Otherwise, he used a Toyota van to be chauffeur-driven to training.

New driver Phil Foden used a Toyota Vellfire van to get transported around Manchester

England Euro 2024 guide

GARETH SOUTHGATE is under no illusions coming into this competition – it is win or bust.

The Three Lions have never had a better opportunity to end their 58-year wait for a major international trophy given the talent and experience they have in their armoury.

MANAGER: Gareth Southgate

The former England star has come closer than anyone since Sir Alf Ramsey to ending the Three Lions’ trophy hoodoo.

Southgate is aware that the nations expects, and has even suggested he will quit if he doesn’t deliver the European Championship.

STAR MAN: Jude Bellingham

The Real Madrid star is arguably the world’s best player at the moment and gives England the platform they need to dominate big games.

How England attack

England will look to dominate the ball against almost everybody.

Declan Rice is crucial in progressing the ball, Bellingham, Saka and Foden will rotate to pull defenders out of position and Kane can both score and drop deep to provide chances for others.

How England defend

England press man-to-man with the midfield pushing up to support Kane when the ball is lost and look to win it as close to the opposition goal as possible.

However, the left-back spot could be a cause for concern, particularly with Luke Shaw entering the tournament with fitness worries.

Read the full England Euro 2024 guide here, including predicted line-ups, odds and Wags.

Harry Kane, Bentley Continental GT, £183k

They don’t get any more classier than a Bentley.

Interestingly, it was the second most leased car by Premier League stars in 2019 behind the Range Rover Sport SVR.

It boasts luxury interiors, including comfortable leather seats.

Performance-wise, it has a top speed of 210 mph, and is UK-built with an efficient V12 engine.

AlamyEngland’s record goalscorer believes in the best of British for his choice of motor[/caption]

GettyKane’s choice of car is a Bentley Continental GT, which carries a price tag of £183,000[/caption]

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