Harambee stars has a number of talented players within its structure. The number of players leaving the country for greener pasture is growing thanks to the robust scouting system that has been there lately. The notable few who have made it include Michael Olunga, Victor Wanyama and Ayub Timbe, just to name a few.
Wanyama is arguably the most successful following his career journey. This means he makes a lot of money, however a latest post by Kenyan winger Ayub Masika Timbe has attracted the attention of Kenyans especially football fans. Timbe posted an expensive and Luxurious car.
The car he posted is a Lamborghini Huracan which is green in color. The car costs approximately 20 Million Kenyan shillings. The player who previously played for Anderlecht and a Chinese club now features for Buriram FC in Thailand.
Timbe seems to be a player who has made a bug bank thanks to his lifestyle. The captioned the Image, 'Therapy'. You can look at the picture above for the impressive machine.
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