Man Utd star Antony celebrates Brazil World Cup 2022 call-up by splashing out £337,000 on stunning Lamborghini Aventador | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED star Anthony has celebrated his call-up to the Brazil squad by splashing out on a new Lamborghini.

The Samba Boys' World Cup gets underway in exactly a week with many tipping them to be the favourites for the tournament.


Antony is set to star in his first World Cup and has found a lavish way to mark his career milestone.

The winger can be seen on Instagram enjoying his amazing new Lamborghini Aventador, which are valued at £337,000.

Antony is pictured standing in front of the motor with the car salesman, with the car's grey paint job glimmering under the garage lights.

Pictures suggest the 22-year-old had the vehicle delivered to his house, with the lambo transported from inside a huge van.

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He can also be seen having his first drive in the car, briefly reversing on video.

Antony signed for Man United for £85.5m at the end of August and has proven a hit with fans so far.

After finding the net in his first few appearances, he has missed the last few games with injury.

Antony's new car is not the only treat he has gifted himself these last few days. The Brazilian showed off a range of new tattoos last week.

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But he will be hoping to be fit and feature prominently for Brazil who are aiming to win their first World Cup since 2002.

The five-time Jules Rimet winners will look to end the European stranglehold on the competition with Italy, Spain, Germany and France the last four winners.

Brazil begin their tournament by playing Serbia.

Their potentially tricky group will then see them come across Switzerland and then Cameroon.

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