Sergio Ramos rocks up at Real Madrid training in custom classic car
Not exactly what you might expect one of the highest-profile players in football to drive...
Well this is... different.
Perhaps it's a little bit of a cliché that all footballers drive absurdly over-powered supercars – but it's still what you suspect.
Enter Sergio Ramos: collecter of yellow and red cards, master of the dark arts, potential future Bond villain (perhaps)... and driver of this customised Seat 600 classic (built anywhere between 1955 and 1969, according to FFT's chums at Classic & Sports Car magazine (opens in new tab)).
In some countries, players deliberately drive nondescript cars so as not to attract the attention of fans - particularly after a bad result - but the "SR4" which has been stamped on the side probably means that's not the case here.
This is Sergio Ramos, though, who can do as he damn well pleases in Madrid. And we like that a lot.
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Seb Stafford-Bloor is a football writer at Tifo Football and member of the Football Writers' Association. He was formerly a regularly columnist for the FourFourTwo website, covering all aspects of the game, including tactical analysis, reaction pieces, longer-term trends and critiquing the increasingly shady business of football's financial side and authorities' decision-making.