John Terry, Chelsea legend, owns £4m Ferrari collection including rare £2m Enzo

John Terry, Chelsea legend, owns £4m Ferrari collection including rare £2m Enzo

- John Terry is currently working as an assistant coach at Aston Villa

- The former Chelsea captain has many Ferraris in his house in England

- Terry won five Premier League titles with Chelsea before he left the Blues

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Chelsea legend John Terry is one of the richest footballers on earth considering what the Englishman has made while playing active football for the Blues and the national team.

John Terry is a proud owner is a gigantic mansion in the United Kingdom and he is also owning a garage full of Ferraris worth around £4million (over 32m GHC).

According to the report on UK Sun, the 40-year-old has many Ferraris in his house at Surrey which shows that his love for the brand of the car is top-notch.

From Ferrari Enzo with only 400 ever produced which worth a stonking £2m to the sleek, sophisticated 275 GTB that dates back to the 1960s that can be worth as much as £1,5m, Terry is a Ferrari aficionado.

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The report added that the Ferrari Enzo which is worth £2m was bought by the Chelsea legend after winning the Europa League.

John Terry explained that his dream years back when he was young was to have enough Ferraris in his house and that was why he worked harder to succeed in football.

"I was probably about 20, 21. I used to go to a showroom in Surrey, they had Enzos, and the Enzo had been my dream car growing up but could never afford it.''
John Terry in action for Chelsea.
John Terry, Chelsea legend, owns £4m Ferrari collection including rare £2m Enzo. Photo by Jamie McDonald
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Earlier, had reported how Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger appeared to make a subtle dig towards former Blues gaffer Frank Lampard after praising new manager Thomas Tuchel who has gotten three wins in the Premier League.

Although Thomas Tuchel started his coaching career at Chelsea with a disappointing draw against Wolves, the Blues recorded wins over Burnley, Tottenham and Sheffield United.

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Frank Lampard was axed at Chelsea due to unimpressive performance by the Blues players before Thomas Tuchel was appointed at Stamford Bridge.

Before Lampard was fired, Antonio Rudiger was not getting regular games at the club and was even linked with a move away from the London side.

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