JACK GREALISH has celebrated winning the double as Manchester City pose for a new £210,000 Lamborghini.
The Premier League champions beat Manchester United 2-1 in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday.
Now it’s only Inter Milan standing in their way and a historic treble in this weekend’s Champions League final.
The 27-year-old City midfielder, who is making £300,000-a-week after his £100m move from youth club Aston Villa to Etihad in 2021, also recently landed the most lucrative football boot sponsorship deal in the UK.
Grealish has joined forces with German sportswear giant Puma for a reported £10m a year and is on track to make a £100m fortune before the age of 30.
He also has a £10m deal with Gucci and a sponsorship deal with boohooMan which is estimated to be worth around £1million.
Now he’s spent some of his well-earned money customizing a Lamborghini Performante Urus.
The sports car, which is light blue like his club’s home shirt, is said to be worth between £205,000 and £210,000 before personalisation.
But Grealish paid extra to have his new engine boxed by famed auto tuner Yianni Charalambous.
The England international’s new car was unveiled by Charalambous on his Instagram Story – complete with a joke about City beating Arsenal for the title.
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During the clip posted to his story, he walks alongside the car and says, “So there it is guys, it’s done, Lamborghini Performante, Tiffany blue.”
“This car belongs to Jack Grealish, winner of the Man City Premier League. Yes, he took it from Arsenal, but he wanted his car boxed.
“I think it works perfectly, especially the way he plays for Man City and there it is in all its glory.” An incredible looking car.
“He has closed and is coming back. There is carbon everywhere we uncovered it, a nice color choice. It will look great on the training ground.”
Charalambous, who claims to be best friends with former Arsenal and City defender Bacary Sagna, manages Yiannimize.
He has previously customized the engines of several soccer stars, including Sergio Aguero, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Didier Drogba.
He has also appeared on television in the Dave TV series Yianni: Supercar Customizer.