Football is a very lucrative sport that is played in over 200 countries worldwide. And it's one of the most watched sports now a days, given its popularity there is no doubt doubt that many footballers are able to live a good life and spend their money on luxurious ride. In today's article, Verifiedblog will be sharing the photos of former Gombe United striker who now plight his trade in Romania with FC Voluntari. Haruna Garba is a Nigerian footballer who plays as a striker for Liga 1 side Voluntari. He began his football career in the Nigerian Professional Football League with Gombe United before being scouted by European teams. He joined Lithuanian side FK Krouja before moving to Malta. After joining Gzira United on loan from Djurgardens IF in January 2018, Gzira made the deal permanent in 2019. He has featured for Sudanese side Al-Hilah before returning to his parent club.
When it comes to fashion and luxurious cars, Haruna is definitely not left out.
Here are photos of his cars;
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