Arsenal sensation Bukayo Saka has come a long way since his debut as an 18-year-old in 2018.
His remarkable stardom has seen him emerge from the Hale End academy to a guaranteed starter, making headlines every game.
Saka's versatility as a winger, left-back, and midfielder, combined with his quick-thinking intelligence and strong dribbling ability in one-on-one situations, make him a lethal threat.
In short, he humiliated everyone last season and he's doing it again this 23/24 Premier League season. Gunners legend Tony Adams calls him “the best player for England and the best player for Arsenal.” Professor Arsene Wenger calls him “world class.“
Given his vital importance to the club and the title charge this term, Arsenal are looking to reward the player with a massive new contract worth at least $200k per week. Other clubs are also vying for his talents and will try to lure the player with even bigger offers.
Let's take a closer look at how Saka spends some of that money.
Saka lives with his family in a six-bedroom mansion in Hertfordshire, north of London. He allegedly bought the house in November 2019 for $2.8 million, one year after signing his first professional contract with the Gunners.
The footballer built a pitch along with a gym, spa, and ultra-modern kitchen that offers plenty of open space and light.
With an estimated $5 million net worth, Saka can afford a car or two. So far, we know of three in his garage: the luxurious $80,000 Audi A8, 60,000 Audi A7, and an exceptionally speedy $300,000 Ferrari F12.
While Saka is modest in his means and fashion — he has zero tattoos — he does have good taste in high-end watches.
He owns a Rolex GMT-Master II in 18 kt white gold with a 24-hour rotatable bezel. He's also got some serious Louis Vuitton luggage to boot.
Let's say we can expect more of Saka walking the Ballon d'Or carpet to see what else he owns in his collection.
Even though he's amassed a fortune, Saka is still generous with his money.
“I feel blessed to be in a position where I can contribute to making the children's lives better through these surgeries,” said Saka.
In December 2023, Saka paid for constructing a container village in Morocco, which suffered its biggest earthquake in a century.
For someone so young, it's clear why he's so beloved by Arsenal fans and the global community.