Man Utd Keeper De Gea takes taxi home after his £150,000 Aston Martin Vantage supercar was clamped for not having any tax.
Pending the time he resolves his issue with the authorities, the £375k-a-week player will rely on other cars in his collection.
David De Gea also boast cars like Mercedes-Benz V-Class and GLE, Audi RS5, Chevrolet Captiva SUV and a Chevrolet Camaro.
Spanish keeper David De Gea was forced to taxi home on Tuesday night after his £150,000 Aston Martin Vantage supercar was clamped for not having any tax.
De Gea had joined his team-mates for a meal at the Ivy restaurant on Tuesday evening ahead of the new season. He departed at 10.30pm, after three-and-a-half hours, to find his 503 horsepower Aston Martin Vantage supercar clamped.
The authorities left a notice on the window of the £375k-a-week player’s supercar, declaring the Aston Martin Vantage is an ‘untaxed vehicle‘.
Pending the time he resolves his issue with the authorities, the Spanish player will rely on other luxury cars in his collection.
Just like any well paid footballer, De Gea also boast a luxury garage that includes cars like Mercedes-Benz V-Class and a Mercedes-Benz GLE SUV.
He also has a Audi RS5, Chevrolet Captiva SUV, one of the two company cars in DE Gea’s collections, as well as a Chevrolet Camaro.
But it wasn’t only De Gea that got booked on the night as Luke Shaw also returned to his silver Range Rover to discover he had been given a parking ticket.
The 26 year old England Defender was fined for parking up near the restaurant, located in the Spinningfields area of Manchester’s city centre.
But the two players won’t allow this to affect them as Manchester United kick off their season at home to Leeds on Saturday lunchtime.