Jack Grealish has been seen for the first time driving a brand new Lamborghini he bought to celebrate Manchester City winning the treble.
The super-striker who is on £230,000-a-week at City, splashed out for a customised Lamborghini Performante Urus, thought to be worth around £205,000-£210,000 before personalisation.
He was seen arriving for training in Manchester yesterday in the luxury new motor.
The car is light blue, matching City’s home strip, and was wrapped and customised by celebrity car customiser Yianni Charalambous.
Last June Charalambous showed off the new car on his Instagram story, with reference to a joke of City beating his team, Arsenal, to the Premier League title.
Jack Grealish has been seen for the first time driving a brand new Lamborghini (pictured) he bought to celebrate Manchester City winning the treble
The super-striker (pictured) who is on £230,000-a-week at City, and has splashed out for the cutomised Lamborghini Performante Urus
The customisation was carried out by celebrity car customiser Yianni Charalambous
Yianni Charalambous is a celebrity car customiser who runs the company Yiannimize.
He has customised several footballers’ cars including the former Manchester City star Sergio Aguero, WIlliam Gallas and John Terry.
He has also customised cars for other big names such as former JLS member Marvin Humes and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey.
Yianni said when he was invited to Theo Walcott’s wedding, the footballer dubbed him as being ‘famous amongst famous people’.
He has also featured in one of UK rapper Stormzy’s music videos and has shared pictures on his Instagram alongside Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent.
He said: ‘So there it is guys, it is completed, Lamborghini Performante, tiffany blue’ he began in the story, walking next to the car.
‘This car belongs to Jack Grealish, the Man City Premier League winner. Yes, he took it away from the Arsenal, however he wanted his car wrapped.
‘I think it works perfectly, especially the he plays for Man City, and there it is in all its glory. An incredible looking car.
‘He’s gone shuts and returns, you’ve got the carbon everywhere that we’ve left exposed, nice choice of colour. It’s going to look great on the training ground.’
Charalambous, who runs Yiannimize, has customised several footballers’ cars in the past, including Sergio Aguero, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Didier Drogba.
He claims to be best friends with former Arsenal and City defender Bacary Sagna, and has also been seen on TV as the star of Dave TV’s Yianni: Supercar Customiser.
Earlier this year Grealish helped his team become the first side to complete the treble, winning the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League all in one season, since United in 1999.
Following their success, the history-making team enjoyed a four-day spell of drinking and partying – across Istanbul, Manchester and Ibiza.
Charalambous shared the new-look whip on his Instagram account as he joked about City beating Arsenal to the Premier League title
The 27-year old standing atop the bus as it made its way through Manchester has become an iconic image from the team’s celebrations for their treble win
Grealish was regularly pictured with a drink in hand as he celebrated City’s immense success
Grealish became the face of the festivities and was regularly pictured with a drink in hand throughout.
The wild partying meant the former Aston Villa star was resigned to just 32 minutes of play during England’s recent Euro 2024 qualifiers against Malta and Macedonia.
Despite his bit-part role in the fixtures, Grealish admits he has no regrets over his actions and later praised the ‘unbelievable’ accomplishment from City.
The winger was seen singing along to Fleetwood Mac, as the players enjoyed several drinks and danced with the trophy.
Grealish then joined his teammates for more Champions League celebrations on Sunday morning, although he was still wearing his kit from the night before.
Then, along with a large group of teammates that included Haaland, Phil Foden and Kalvin Phillips, he jetted out to Ibiza for a night of partying ahead of a return back for today’s trophy parade.
Mail Sport – who exclusively revealed details of the 12-hour party trip – understands that those involved – which did not include manager Pep Guardiola – chartered a private jet from Manchester to the Balearic island to mark their history-making exploits in style.