Man Utd stars arrive at training in new cars including £250,000 Rolls Royce and Lamborghini Aventador worth £337,000 | The Sun
MANCHESTER UNITED'S stars rocked up at Carrington in their brand-new cars with an extra spring in their step but holes in their pockets.
A comfortable 3-0 win over Bournemouth last night ensured Erik ten Hag's side maintained their perfect 100 per cent record since the World Cup break.
Goals from Casemiro, Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford ensured the Red Devils have won all three matches since the Premier League returned – a feat only Fulham can match.
But the United players had their game faces on as they headed into the training ground for a recovery session and begin preparations to face Everton.
And a few of them did so in fresh motors picked up in recent weeks.
Rashford turned heads as he arrived in his £280,000 Mclaren 765 Long Tail – one of two luxury motors he had delivered over the festive period as well as a £390,000 Black Badge Cullinan Rolls-Royce.
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Casemiro also showed a clean pair of wheels – a £250,000 Rolls Royce Wraith – while Antony's grey Lamborghini Aventador cost a whopping £337,000.
The starting XI would likely have done some light physical work following last night's match.
And Ten Hag may well sit down with his players and coaches to discuss their FA Cup third-round clash.
Everton head to Old Trafford for the Friday night game in disarray and Frank Lampard is under mounting pressure as Toffees boss with no Premier League win since October 22.
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His side's surprise draw at Manchester City is sandwiched between the home defeat to struggling Wolves and a thumping by Brighton at Goodison Park.
But for United, their confidence is sky-high.
Rashford has scored in all four games since the restart with the Red Devils' aggregate score 9-0 in those matches.
The wins have seen Ten Hag's men book their place in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals, where they face League One Charlton next week, and up to fourth in the Premier League, level on points with Newcastle and just one behind City.
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