Manchester City youngster Tosin Adarabioyo has purchased a chateau worth two million pounds, despite the fact that he is yet to feature in the Premier League. His week after week pay packet of 25,000 pounds has allowed the City youth dreamer to bear the cost of an incredible mansion.
Adarabioyo’s new chateau comprises of six rooms and five restrooms and is situated in the restrictive neighborhood of Cheshire, a place where the best players in the Premier League including Cristiano Ronaldo, Peter Crouch, and Phil Jagielka have lived.
The awesome mansion has three floors and furthermore has a motion picture theater, a gym center and awesome all-encompassing panoramic view of a golf course.
At just 20 years old, the lanky defender is the promise of the Manchester City youth team and, regardless of not making a debut in EPL yet, he has participated in the Manchester City 2-1 Champions League loss to Shakhtar Donetsk.
In the wake of penning new deal towards the end of the last season, he has been given open doors by Pep Guardiola.
He is viewed as the symbol of Man City’s youth academy and is a physical presence at the back practically comparable with more develop players and a decent reader of the game.
Adarabioyo is of Nigerian descent, but he dismissed advances from his native country to play for England’s youth teams even as he has not ruled out the possibility of playing for Nigeria in future.
Manchester City’s wage bill soared 37% a year ago to £264million, with Sergio Aguero and Yaya Toure bringing home the biggest salaries on £220,000 per week.
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