Victor Wanyama

Victor Wanyama is a classic man.

The Kenyan superstar, who plies his trade in EPL’s side at Tottenham Hotspur is known for his unique sense of fashion.

Of late he’s been leaving heads turning whenever he steps out.

Wanyama is currently in the country on a long break before resuming for next season which starts next month.

The legend has been spotted donning t-shirts on different occasions and it’s not the ordinary mtumba couture from Gikomba or fake ones from Eastleigh.

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They are original.

Guys, google Marcelo Burlon T-shirts.

They go for different prices depending on colour and design.

Marcelo Burlon Rainbow wings t-shirt cost Sh.20,623 and Marcelo Burlon Camou wings t-shirt worth Sh18,136

Wanyama has been spotted wearing the two t-shirts on different occasions meaning they cost him a whooping  Sh 38,759. Please note, those are the only ones e have seen him with, being the star that he is, he could be having more in his closet.

This amount can pay school fees for a student at an average local college for two semesters.

Here are the photos of Wanyama wearing the expensive Marcelo Burlon’s t-shirts

Victor Wanyama

Victor Wanyama

Victor Wanyama

Victor Wanyama

Victor Wanyama

Victor Wanyama’s fashion sense manybe demure but it speaks volumes.

Check out pics which prove that he’s the best dressed Kenyan footballer.

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The footballer recently met with former PM Raila Odinga and they discussed taking Kenyan football to higher levels.

“GREAT MEETING THE KENYAN LEGEND VICTOR WANYAMA OF TOTTENHAM HOTSPURS. HE STOPPED BY CAPITOL HILL AND PROMISED TO CARRY KENYA TO THE NEXT WORLD CUP. I CONGRATULATED HIM ON MENTORING YOUNG KENYANS AND ENCOURAGING THEM TO FOLLOW HIS FOOTSTEPS AND LIFT THE STANDARDS,” Raila tweeted.

Wanyama became the first ever Kenyan player to score in the UEFA Champions League when he scored the first goal in Celtic’s 2–1 win over Barcelona on 7 November 2012.

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