Raheem Sterling's new £500,000 Bentley gives him Craig David car collection with different motor seven days a week

The England winger has turned in some impressive displays this season and has rewarded himself with a new swanky motor - the same as Pep Guardiola's

Raheem Sterling has added to his fleet of cars as he continues to shine at Manchester City.

The England winger has turned in some impressive displays this season having been rejuvenated under Pep Guardiola.

He was excellent again against Barcelona in midweek and has rewarded himself with a new swanky motor.
After dispatching of the Catalan giants, Sterling was back at City's training ground with a new customised Bentley, worth around £500,000.

The GTX 700-4 model is the same as boss Guardiola's.

The slick vehicle is the latest addition to Sterling's impressive collection of cars.

Sterling has been seen arriving at City's training complex in a wide variety of cars - so much so that he could choose the Craig David Option and take a different car for each of the seven days of the week.

MONDAY
He could drive it on a Monday: Sterling in his Audi A6
TUESDAY
He could take it for a drink on Tuesday: City boss Pep Guardiola drives the same model Bentley
WEDNESDAY
Loving this car for Wednesday: The white Audi was given a paint job

THURSDAY
Loving the economy on Thursday: Sterling in his Smart Car

FRIDAY
Loving German efficiency on Friday in his Mercedes

SATURDAY
Saturday brings more mechanophilia: Reheem leaving training in his black Audi Q7 car

SUNDAY
Chilled for Sunday: Sterling also has a Range Rover in his collection

He gave his Audi A6 a matt black wrap paint job, while he also drives a black Q7.

Add a Range Rover Sport and a Smart Car to the collection and Sterling's is the most revered among the City squad.

The £49m winger has opened up about his struggles last season in recent times and highlighted the influence of Guardiola.

"It’s really good when a football coach talks to you about football but then he shows that he wants you to do well," he told the Premier League Show.

"He gives you little details and instances of when it’s happened with players he’s dealt with. It was a real eye opener."

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