For many a car enthusiast, the ultimate dream is to own a Rolls Royce. But it seems Manchester City star Yaya Toure refuses to do anything by halves.

The Premiership midfielder, 32, is battling to outdo his team mates in the club car park - by splashing out a SECOND Roller to add to his £1m plus collection of luxury motors.

Toure already had a limited edition Rolls Royce Wraith worth £250,000 complete with tinted windows but was left in the shade when Samir Nasri snapped up a £330,000 Lamborghini Aventador.

So opened his wallet again and splashed on a £350,000 Rolls Royce Phantom.

In the past 12 months the Ivory Coast footballer, who has been linked with a move away from the Etihad this summer, has been spotted driving a Mercedes G Class jeep worth £150,000, a Mercedes Brabus 850 worth £300,000, a Bentley Continental worth £200,000 and a Porsche Carerra worth £90,000.

The £220,000 a week star was spotted driving the black Rolls Royce Phantom, which features rear-hinged doors, at training.

One fan said: ''Yaya's Rolls Royce Wraith was already turning heads at the ground so we couldn't believe it when he turned up in another Roller. There can't be many people out there who have two Rolls Royces to cruise around in.

''Other City players like Nasri have beautiful cars but maybe Yaya wanted to send everyone a message about how much he loves luxury motors. One thing's for sure that message has got through now.''

According to Rolls Royce the 155mph Phantom coupe which has a 6.75 litre V12 engine features handmade interior and can include a feature called Starlight Headliner, described as: "a star-filled night-sky effect, with 1,600 individual fibre optic lights hand-fitted into the lining of the roof."

On the company's website it says: "A commanding presence, Phantom Family encapsulates contemporary luxury. Its signature design is complemented by modern features, with the potential to personalise it to the smallest detail. Born of the desire to build The Best Car in the World, Phantom is the result of complete creative and engineering freedom."

In December last year Toure escaped a driving ban when magistrates handed him six penalty points after he admitted speeding up to 101mph on a motorway in his turbo-charged Porsche 911 on a northbound stretch of the M6 near Keele services in Staffordshire.

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