Zlatan Ibrahimovic recently showed off his latest Ferrari that is reportedly worth R8.1 million! With that said, here are eight footballers who also own a car of the same brand.
Only to the richest footballers are car collections important as they have the funds to spend hundreds of millions on the latest collectible wheels.
To treat himself for his 40th birthday, Zlatan spent £400k (R8.1 million) on a gold Ferrari Sf90 Stradale to add to a car collection that many would be envious of.
Scroll through the gallery above to see the footballers who own Ferrari's according to The Sun/Luxebook
But how many other footballers own Ferraris?
Lionel Messi is known to have the most expensive car collection in the world of sport, including a Ferrari that cost him £25million (R509 million). Messi's collection comes at a total value of £28 169 068 (R 573 million), according to the Daily Star.
Insider report that Cristiano Ronaldo, who is known for his love for the best rides, has the second most expensive car collection and also has his own Ferrari F12 TDF worth $480 000 (R7.1 million), a $385 000 (R 5.7 million) valued Ferrari 599 GTO and a Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano worth $310 000 (R4.6 million).
According to luxebook, despite being one of the most modest ballers in the world, Son Heung-min also has an expensive $3 million (R44 million) Ferrari LaFerrari that is more expensive than Mario Balotelli and Robert Lewandowski's respective cars.
Finishing off the list is England's legendary duo David Beckham and John Terry who own a Ferrari 360 Spider worth £120 000 (R2.4 million) and a Ferrari 275 GTB that is valued at $2.2 million (R32 million) respectively.