Mendy 'in race against time to save Lamborghini from being crushed'

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy ‘facing race against time to save his £475,000 Lamborghini from being crushed’ after it was seized by police last month

  • Benjamin Mendy is facing a race against time to stop his car from being crushed
  • Mendy’s Lamborghini, which is worth £475,000, was seized by police last month 
  • The defender was stopped for driving without a valid licence or insurance
  • 20 days after he was stopped, Mendy is still yet to provide any documentation 

Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy is facing a race against time to save his Lamborghini from being crushed. 

As reported by The Sun, Mendy’s Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, which is worth £475,000, was seized by police last month. 

Mendy was stopped by police for driving without a valid licence or insurance.

Manchester City’s Benjamin Mendy is in a race against time to stop his car from being crushed

The Man City left back’s £475,000 Lamborghini Aventador SVJ was seized by police last month

The report states that the left back has yet to provide any documentation.

In most cases police keep cars for 14 days before selling it at an auction or having it destroyed.

Twenty days have now passed since Mendy’s car was taken.

Mendy purchased the car in France. After he was stopped, the car was taken to Macclesfield police station before then being moved to a secure pound.

The car is capable of doing 0-60mph in three seconds.

Mendy was stopped by police for driving without a valid licence or insurance last month

Mendy joined City from Monaco in 2017 and has made 60 appearances for Pep Guardiola’s side.

During his time at the club Mendy has won two Premier League titles, the League Cup and the Community Shield.

He has been capped by France on ten occasions and was part of the squad that won the World Cup in 2018, although he made just one appearance at the tournament.




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