- 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
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 £4 million (R80 million).
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 (R40 million) to the sleek, sophisticated 275 GTB that dates back to the 1960s that can be worth as much as £1,5m (R30 million), Terry is a Ferrari aficionado.
The report added that the Ferrari Enzo which is worth £2m (R40 million) 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.''
Earlier, Briefly.co.za had reported that Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is committed to developing capacities of youngsters in Sierra Leone after donating a huge sum of money to the country.
The 26-year-old German star gave the African country over R1.4 million to further strengthen the free education scheme.
Rudiger, who spent most parts of the first half of this season on the sidelines due to injury, met with the country's president, Julius Maada Bio, at the United Kingdom-Africa Investment summit in London.
In other news, Barcelona legend Lionel Messi has been crowned the world's best player of the decade between 2011 and 2020 by the International Federation of Football History & Statistics (IFFHS).
The 33-year-old beat his arch-rival Cristiano Ronaldo who came second on the list and eight other superstars to win the prestigious award.
Other big names on the 10 man shortlist are Andres Iniesta, Neymar, and Sergio Ramos but they didn't do well enough to earn the gong.
The international organisation tasked its members across 150 countries to vote for the player deserving of the status, and it was the Argentine who fit the bill after the polls.
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