Bafana star Dino Ndlovu wows us with his stunning car collection

Bafana star Dino Ndlovu wows us with his stunning car collection

- Bafana-Bafana star Dino Ndlovu currently plays for Chinese side Hangzhou Greentown

- Ndlovu’s salary is reported to be upwards of R15 million per year

- The soccer star recently got married to Felicia

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Dino Ndlovu has come a long way since he was forced to sleep in train stations and public toilets as an unknown youngster with aspirations to build a career for himself.

Earlier this year Ndlovu completed a lucrative transfer from his club side in Azerbaijan to the Chinese side Hangzhou Greentown.

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Ndlovu is thought to have signed a two-year deal, which is worth more than R15 million per year. The soccer star took the opportunity to marry his long-time girlfriend Felicia in February.

Briefly.co.za discovered that Ndlovu has a love of cars (as most young, wealthy men do) and he regularly posts pictures of his cars to his social media accounts.

Ndlovu recently acquired two new Mercedes Benz vehicles, one a sporty AMG GTS and the other a more family orientated V-Class van.

Dino riding in the luxurious V-Class

Before getting married Ndlovu surprised Felicia with a beautiful Range Rover. She also had a C63 AMG to help her get to the shops.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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