Benjamin Mendy’s career was ruined after selling properties, supercars

BENJAMIN MENDY has been left bankrupt after attempting to clean his image by selling property, supercars, and expensive watches for losses totaling more than £1 million.

When he signed a six-year contract with the club from Monaco in 2017, the former Manchester City star was already a millionaire.

Benjamin Mendy has been left ruined figҺting to clear his name

The former Man City star ended up figҺting bankruptcy after his 2020 arrest for rɑрe


His contract dealed him a base pay of £100,000 per week and bonuses worth up to an additional $170,000.

But after his 2020 rɑрe arrest, he found himself figҺting bankruptcy rather than collecting £31.2 million.

And after being pursued for unpaid taxes, he was compelled to shut down his image rights company.


After being charged in 2021, the football player suffered a severe financial setback because City stopped paying him the following month.

He had already pocketed £5million but his fast-spending lifestyle quickly caught up with him.

He also lost heavily in sales of six-bed mansion The Spinney in Prestbury, Cheshire, motors including a Lamborghini and expensive watches.

Mendy last played for Man City on August 15, 2021, during their 1-0 defeat to Tottenham at the start of last season.

But the Premier League champions released him when his contract expired last month.

How Benjamin Mendy lost £1m in £9m spree:



Benjamin Mendy sold his Lamborghini for £410,000 after buying it for £700,000

Mendy sold two designer watches for tens of thousands less than he paid for them

The footballer took a huge financial hit after being charged in 2021, with City stopping his salary the following month

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