IT’S no secret that Arsenal’s stars are well paid.

Starboy Bukayo Saka’s signed a deal worth around £300,000-per-week in 2023.

While Kai Havertz, signed from the Chelsea for £65million the same year, earns close to that astonishing figure.

They love spending their money on the latest fashions and plush homes.

But nice cars are also very important too, as SunSport has discovered.

The Gunners’ Sobha Realty Training Centre car park is filled with some of the best motors in the world.

Here’s who drives what.

Bukayo Saka, Kai Havertz, Emile Smith Rowe, Aaron Ramsdale, Mercedes G63 AMG

Costing up to £190,000, the prestige Mercedes SUV that is one of the Premier League’s most popular motors.

So, it’s no wonder four players have one, including Saka, Havertz, Smith Rowe and Ramsdale.

G63’s come with a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V-8 engine that makes 577 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque.

The 0-62 mph varies from 4.5 seconds to 6.4 seconds.

Martin Odegaard, William Saliba, Leandro Trossard, Audi RS Q8

Playmaker Odegaard, defender Saliba, and winger Trossard opt for a steady Audi for their rides.

The sporty SUV can cost up to £126,000, and can hit 0-62 mph i just 3.8 seconds.

Top Gear praised it for its excellent handling and performance, insisting it looked better than a Lamborghini Urus.

It’s definitely a popular car in the Arsenal car park.

Jakub Kiwior, Mercedes A45S AMG

The Poland international has settled into life in North London.

His choice of motor is befitting for a man who is slowly getting his feet under the table at the Emirates.

Kiwior has been seen rocking up to training in a Mercedes-Benz hatchback costing around £63,000.

It’s a worthy rival to the Audi RS3 Sportback.

Thomas Partey, Rolls-Royce Wraith

A Rolls-Royce of a midfielder, when he isn’t injured, it’s fitting Partey also drives one.

The Wraith is can cost up to £324,000, which means if the Ghana star has the top model – it would be the most expensive car owned by an Arsenal star.

Billed as the most powerful and dynamic Rolls-Royce in history, it boasts a turbocharged 6.6-litre V12 engine that gives 624bhp.

Marcus Rashford and Romelu Lukaku also have owned Wraiths in the past.

Gabriel Jesus, Mercedes AMG GT 63S

At a whopping £173,000, the Brazil striker’s Mercedes has a hefty price tag.

It was made to rival the Aston Martin DB12, Ferrari Roma, and the Porsche 911 Turbo.

It’s nippy too, able to reach 0-62 mph in just 2.9 seconds.

While the-four seater also has a top speed of 196 mph.

Ben White, Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Like team mate Partey, Ben White prefers to stand out from the crowd with a proper gentleman’s car.

His £300,000 Cullinan is a real showstopper, with the motor found in Erling Haaland’s car collection.

Sports stars including boxer Andy Ruiz Jr and Cristiano Ronaldo are also proud owners of the prestige Cullinan.

Under the bonnet you’ll find a twin-turbo V-12 with up to 592 horsepower.

Eddie Nketiah, Lamborghini Urus

The Urus is one of the most sought-after motors in the Premier League.

Lucky for striker Nketiah, he has managed to get his hands on the £200,000 SUV, the first ever brought out by Lamborghini.

Incredibly, it can hit 0-60 mph in just 3.1 seconds

However, there’s still a long waiting list for one, if you are interested.

Jurrien Timber, Mercedes A-Class

While his first season at the Emirates would have seen him use his car less because of a horror knee injury, now Timber’s back to fitness you can imagine some miles are now being put on the clock.

To get used to living in London, the Dutch defender went for a simply effective A-Class hatchback.

The base price is a very reasonable £23,000, although that can rise to around £55,000.

It’s a no thrills ride, akin to the BMW 1 series.

Mikel Arteta, Mercedes GLE

Not to be outdone by his players, the boss has his own decent ride.

Arteta drives a GLE SUV, with a starting price of around £76,000.

It boasts plenty of leg room, as well as luxury interiors – custom for Mercedes-Benz.

If the Spaniard wins the league, maybe he’ll upgrade -Sun.

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