And for that reason, the full-back/winger hasn’t really got the right to such a response when writing off a £190,000 worth car. Apparently the former Brentford loanee said:
“I ain’t bothered. Just get the car recovered.
Oh well, I’ve got three other cars to choose from.”
Sorry, pal, but who do you think you are?! We all know you’ve got a back-up motor due to the generosity of the Foxes owners, but, still, bore off with your arrogance. Particularly when you write off a car as beautiful as this… #RIPLambo
It looks like a bloody Batmobile, and there’s no way Bruce Wayne would treat it that way. Aside from the car given to the title winner, the 23-year-old also reportedly owns a Range Rover Sport, and a Mercedes sports. Bloody hell; I’m 23, and pretty proud of my Vauxhall Corsa.
Schlupp was a second-half substitute in the Foxes table topping Champions League group victory over Club Brugge, as Leicester almost look certain to do the impossible; win the Champions League and get relegated in the same season… Dilly-ding-dilly-dong ?
Whatever happens to Leicester, and Schlupp, whether the Ghanian stays at Europe’s most unpredictable club, or ends up with Tony-I’ve-got-a-cap-stiched-to-my-head-Pulis, at West Brom; there’s no room to be acting like a prick on the M1, and coming back to reporters with arrogant responses.
The winger has come back fighting over Twitter, claiming he never said such a thing…
Typical papers. There was no police and I definitely do not have 3 other cars lol don't believe everything you read ✌🏾️
But, it doesn’t really matter?! You still wrote off a car in terrible fashion, mate. Come out on social media apologising rather than acting all defensive!
Have a look at the starting XI who should be on the Ballon d’Or shortlist…
GK) David De Gea
Been carrying Man United for two years now. Ok, it didn't get the Red Devils into the Champions League last season, but it did deliver an FA Cup, and make United at least 'semi-respectable'. Best 'keeper in the world as well. Enough said. Source: 101 great Goals
DF) Javier Mascherano
There simply isn't a better 'ball playing' centre-back. The Barcelona man was his usual vintage brilliance in Barca's La Liga triumph, and helped Argentina to the Copa America Final. Source: You Tube
DF) Laurent Koscielny
Ok, people might question this one. But, hear me out. The Frenchman was brilliant in the summer for an injury hit back four. And was instrumental in helping the hosts reach the final. The Gunner was also solid for Arsenal, and ultimately was key to the reason behind them finishing above Tottenham... again. Source: Independent
DF) Gerard Pique
Is there a more consistent defender? Ticks all the boxes for being a quality centre-half. The Barca man delivered his usual brilliance in La Liga last season. Hugely important to why they only conceded 29 goals. Source: Goal
RM) Henrikh Mkhitaryan
With the talent in Bundesliga - ahem, Bayern Munich - and to still be voted the best player in the league amongst all those chaps, shows how brilliant the Armenian was last season. Let's hope he find his feet over in England. Source: ArmNews
CM) N’Golo Kante
For Kante's two sidekicks to be on the shortlist, and for the Frenchman not to be seems very harsh. The best midfielder in the Premier League last season, and just as important to Leicester winning the league as Mahrez and Vardy's goals. Source: VBet News
CM) Ivan Rakitic
How the Croatian doesn't get more plaudits we're not quite sure. People say Sergio Busquets is the overlooked Barca midfielder, but Rakitic's quality was so evident when playing for Croatia in the summer. Massively important to both club and country. Source: Perform Group
LM) Angel di Maria
The Premier League's biggest cop out. But, still so effective last season in France. The Argentine delivered 19 assists in 29 games in Ligue 1, as well as playing a part in Argentina's Copa America final run. Quality player. Source: Batngoal
RF) Karim Benzema
Ok, ok, didn't feature in France. And an absolute weapon if you ask us. But, the Frenchman still was the joint-fourth-highest scorer in La Liga, with 24 goals. And helped Real Madrid to a Champions League success... not exactly bad. Source: Getty Images
CF) Harry Kane
No, the Tottenham striker isn't in the side for his effective corner kick ability. The England international had such a prolific season, being the top scorer in the Premier League with 22 goals. Why should Aguero get in over him? Source: ibtimes
LF) Alexis Sanchez
Voted best player in Chile's successful Copa America victory, and the Gunner was basically to blame for Lionel Messi's two-minute retirement. Surely, that's enough to be on the shortlist? Source: Mirror