Footie star Angel Di Maria and his AMAZING £750K luxury car collection

PETROLHEAD footie star Angel Di Maria has collected an incredible £750,000 worth of luxury cars in the past three months.

Angel Di Maria and his Lamborghini Huracan

The Man Utd ace, 27, became British football’s most expensive player when he signed for £59.7million from Spanish giants Real Madrid last summer.

And the Argentine international has wasted no time spending some of his reported £300,000-a-week wages to indulge his love of fast cars.

A source close to the club revealed: “The United lads all love their cars but Angel has taken it to a new level.”

Di Maria began slipping through the gears in the run-up to Christmas when he treated himself to a £250,000 Lamborghini Huracan.

The Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS and Aston Martin Vantage

To show love for his new club he spent a further £50,000 on a customised black paint job, complete with red brake calipers to match United’s famous shirts.

The source added: “He’s friends with Sergio Aguero at Man City. Di Maria really liked the look of his Lamborghini Aventador, so he thought ‘Why not join the club?’”

Di Maria then secured a “family runabout”, purchasing a £90,000 Range Rover Sport.

A £100,000 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS, which can go from 0-60mph in less than four seconds, was the next to be seen purring into United’s Carrington training base.

And last week he again hit top gear when he arrived for training in a new £250,000 Aston Martin Vantage.

Just in case he gets bored with any of his supercars, Di Maria can also make use of a £60,000 black Corvette Stingray, courtesy of United’s shirt sponsors Chevrolet.

Angel's Range Rover Sport

Angel Di Maria with his Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Di Maria has struggled for form and fitness after a promising start to his Red Devils career.

And despite all the fast cars he was on his bike at half-time in yesterday’s home game with Sunderland. Manager Louis van Gaal chose to substitute him.

Recently, the player and his young family had been staying at a city centre hotel after robbers tried to smash their way into his home.

Following the attack United captain Wayne Rooney, 29, told his team-mate to follow his example by hiring an ex-Gurkha soldier to protect his home.