The World’s Richest Footballer is an Uncle with a Car Collection worth more Than Man Utd

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The car collection of Hassanal Bolkiah is worth more that the entire Manchester United.

The current Sultan and Prime Minister of Brunei, whose nephew, Faiq Bolkiah, had stints at Chelsea and Leicester City, has a vehicle collection reported to be £4billion.

Meanwhile, the Red Devils, among the world’s most valuable clubs, is valued at around £3.08billion.

Bolkiah, who has an estimated net worth of £13billion, has in his vast garage over 600 Rolls Royces, over 570 Mercedes-Benz, over 450 Ferraris, and over 380 Bentleys among others.

His nephew Faiq is a professional player who’s considered to be the richest in the world.



Hassanal Bolkia's gold car
Talk about extravagant

The 23-year-old signed for Chonburi Thai Club recently. He became famous after his stunning assist against Nong Bua Pitchaya.

The Russian Premier League former player, Byung-Soo Yoo, made a fantastic dribble from the right flank and beat his opponent before hitting in a brilliant cross to the path of Byung-Soo Yoo.

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Hassanal Bolkia's cars
It’s quite the collection

They lost the game 3-2 to Tassanapong Moaddarak’s late goal, but the incident brought the youngster back into the public eye.

Faiq signed for Leicester in 2016, but never actually played for them. He left for Portugal’s Primeira Liga to play for Maritimo, who struggled there as well.



Hassanal Bolkia
Bolkia’s wealth is borderline absurd



Faiq Bolkiah of Leicester City in action with Senne Lynen of Club Brugge during the UEFA Youth Champions League match between Leicester City and Club Brugge at Belvoir Drive on November 22, 2016 in Leicester, United Kingdom.
Faiq Bolkiah was a Leicester City player before moving to Portugal’s Primeira Liga and Maritimo.

The youngster was educated in England and signed for Southampton as an academy player in 2009, but it wasn’t long until he ventured to the Midlands.

Faiq can represent America or Brunei but he chose to play for Brunei at the under-19 and under-23 levels.

An article from 2011 in Vanity Fair said that the player’s father – the playboy Jefri Bolkiah – “has probably gone through more cash than any other human being on earth.”