Vrrrpha rides join Mamelodi Sundowns garage

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With Surprise Ralani move to Mamelodi Sundowns confirmed, here are some of the GTI rides he could bring to Masandawana garage.  

The 34-year-old is the latest player to join the Brazilians after catching the team’s eye with his dazzling performances for Cape Town City.   

The winger comes with a lot more than his on-field ability, he is known for his Gucci drip and Volkswagen car collection. That’s why we checked out some of the rides he could bring.  

Scroll through the gallery above to see the GTI rides that Ralani owned throughout the years

Vrrrpha to Sundowns?  

The GTI is known as ‘Vrrrpha!’, which is synonymous with history and tradition in South Africa. 

Just like many DStv Premiership players, Ralani likes his Volkswagen GTI rides and often boasts his collection on social media throughout the years.  

It remains unknown if he owns the rides that he often is pictured next to but considering the number of times he has been seen with these motors, it is safe to assume that he owns some of them.  

The first car is a stunning Golf 7 GTI which is valued at R329 995 in the current market, according to Gumtree. Another ride he owns is a beautiful Golf R GTI that is worth R420 000, according to Auto Trader 

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Other rides in the Sundowns garage? 

Sibusiso Vilakazi is also a fan of the Vrrrpha! and recently got himself a Golf 8 GTI that is priced at the R669 300 mark onward while George Maluleka’s incredible collection of cars includes a Jeep valued at R780 000. 

Elsewhere, Andile Jali owns a Jeep Grand Cherokee and a BMW 118i that comes with personalised number plates. 

Did you know?  

According to Statista, Mamelodi Sundowns is the second most valuable club in Africa with Al Ahly leading the charge.  

Your thoughts, please? 

What do you think of Ralani’s rides?