Today we have decided to take a closer look at the private jets some of soccer’s current top athletes use to get around. Some of the next soccer stars were present at the world cup which is occurring now. If you are a luxury lifestyle love pay attention to the next luxury jets.
Brazilian superstar Neymar bought his Cessna Citation Sovereign to make an upgrade of his previous personal jet, an Embraer 100. Sovereign’s have 12 passenger seating capacity which is good for taking the entire football team with.
Messi can definitely fly in comfort aboard his Embraer Legacy 650. The 11- to 12-passenger jet can fly about 613 mph and has a range of 4,488 miles, giving it transcontinental capabilities. It also has multiple berths and lie-flat seats, so it will be able to stretch out that hamstring.
The Real Madrid star has the distinction of owning the most expensive plane of any player: the $64.5 million Gulfstream G650. Ronaldo’s impressive private plane has an ultralong range of over 8,000 miles, meaning he can travel from New York to Dubai or Los Angeles to Tokyo without refuelling. The spacious cabin can accommodate up to 19 passengers in a typical configuration and can sleep up to 10.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic could hop in his Cessna Citation Longitude which has a 4,027-mile range. The plane is able to seat as many as 12 and has a top speed of 548 mph.
Gareth Bale can fly around on your own Cessna Citation XLS which does wonder for the spirit. While it has a more limited range than some of the planes on this list at 2,416 miles, it’s more than enough for making hopes around Europe. The midsize jet is also large enough for the Real Madrid player to take up to eight other people along for the ride.
David Beckham has his own Bombardier Challenger 350. The plane seats up to ten, so Posh and Becks have more than enough room to travel with their four children. It also has a range of 3,682 miles, which means that can travel all around Europe and even to Dubai without having to refuel.
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