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Sergio Aguero regrets splashing £361, 000 on buying a Lamborghini Aventador he rarely uses

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Sergio Aguero, a striker for Manchester City and Argentina, expressed regret for spilling a mouthwatering £ 361,000 to buy a Lamborghini Aventador back in 2014.

Aguero, who makes as much as £ 250,000 a week, claims that in six years since he purchased it, the car has used only 745 miles and that all the car does is ‘get cold from the rain’ and draw ‘cobwebs’

When Aguero bought the car, he immediately customized the vehicle and covered it in black satin.

With the custom wheels having an orange trim to match the interior, he also updated his interior look.

The Argentine star, however, still thinks he has wasted money.


Speaking to the Santo Sabado Argentinian TV program, Aguero said;

‘I don’t know why I purchased a Lamborghini *****. It must have been 1,200km (745 miles) in six years — I hardly used it,’ he said, as The Sun quoted it.

‘For two years I’ve been worrying about what the **** I bought the car for. The only thing she’s doing now is getting cold from the rain; she’s got cobwebs and all,’ he announced.

Aguero boasts an impressive range of vehicles believed to be worth £ 800,000, despite not using the Lamborghini.

READ ALSO :  Guardiola continues to protect Man City star Aguero over the incident at Massey-Ellis.

Aguero has a £ 250,000 Ferrari GTC4 Lusso, purchased the same car Daniel Craig was seen racing in in the 007 film Spectre as James Bond, and has a Lumma CLR SV Range Rover.

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