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    INFLUENCER Tammy Hembrow has posted Instagram photos of herself standing in front of her Bentley Bentayga. The caption of Hembrow’s Instagram post reads: “Small bestie [baby] goes everywhere w me, Labour & birth Q&A now up on my yt [YouTube].” 2Tammy Hembrow standing in front of her Bentley BentaygaCredit: Instagram / Tammy Hembrow With more than 14million followers on Instagram and 1.3million subscribers on YouTube, Hembrow uses her social media to share workout approaches, nutrition tips, and daily snippets of life. The fitness star has gained millions of followers and has remained a viral icon since her 2014 pregnancy journey posts. Business continues to boom for Hembrow as her Bentayga SUV carries a hefty $460,000 price tag. Hembrow first shared her photos of her Bentayga last July with a post that read: “New boss whip for tha boss mama, ordered this baby last year and she’s finally herrrrre. READ MORE ON TAMMY HEMBROWOH WOW HEMBROW Kylie's ex-BFF Tammy stuns in lingerie just DAYS after giving birthTAMMY'S TOTS Kylie's ex-BFF Tammy Hembrow shares first adorable photo of newborn daughter Manifest the life you desire my loves....
    FACTORS raising car costs like the worldwide microchip shortage are out of your control—but you do have command over how you shop. Auto salesman and TikTok creator Deshone posted a video explaining how the new form of car shopping will save you money. 1Deshone’s auto sales experience includes five years at Mercedes-Benz and five years at General MotorsCredit: TikTok Deshone explains that the old way to shop for a vehicle consists of you browsing one dealership in person and possibly visiting one more dealer before being too worn out to continue. Deshone states, “all of the money is made inside of the dealership.” A dealer is banking on the idea that you’ll get too tired to continue looking for something beyond what’s right in front of you. This TikTok creator notes that he gets lots of messages from people asking him about a single car. READ MORE ON CAR TIPSRULE OF THREES I’m an auto salesman - Three principles that lead to a successful purchaseFIVE TO SURVIVE I’m a car expert - how to make a vehicle emergency...
    Inflation is hitting everyone hard, especially people in the market for a new car. These are some tips to try to help car shoppers save money.Like everything else these days, car prices are skyrocketing.The average price for a new car last month was just over $47,000, the second highest ever.That's up more than 13% from a year ago."Now is not a good time to buy a new car," said Ben Preston from Consumer Reports.But what if you need to buy a new car? Experts have some tips to help you try to find a good deal.First, figure out exactly what you want and then have some alternatives.Certain brands may cost less than other brands for the same type of car."You can figure out some cars that are similar to what you were looking for originally that maybe are less sought after and have greater availability," Preston said.Because demand for new cars is high, buyers have been paying well above the sticker price lately.MORE: Minnesota gas station owner puts up sign for his customers: 'We hate our gas prices too'EMBED More...
    A NEW electric car WON'T save you money, motor experts have warned - here's why the environmentally-friendly choice might not be the most cost-friendly. Brits' interest in electric vehicles has almost DOUBLED in the first two weeks of June as the cost of fuel skyrocketed - but switching from petrol to electric might not save you the big bucks you think. 3Owning an electric car might seem like a savvy move as the cost of fuel risesCredit: Getty 3But electric vehicles are still more expensive than cars running on fuelCredit: AP The average cost of filling a family car with fuel hit a staggering £100 for the first time this year, yet motorists should beware of switching to an electric vehicle if they want to cut down their spending. To start with, the average electric vehicle (EV) will set you back an eye-watering £51,924 - almost TWICE the price of the average fuel car that costs £26,752, according to research by Forbes Advisor. Even models from the same manufacturer have a stark difference in price tag. For example, a brand...
    KYLIE Jenner fans have become shocked by the staggering price of the "ugly" Balenciaga bag in the new picture inside her all-pink $300K Rolls Royce. Kylie, 24, has taken a snapshot of her passenger seat on Instagram.  5Kylie Jenner shared an Instagram photo of her Balenciaga bagCredit: Instagram/Kylie Jenner 5Kyle bought her Rolls Royce back in 2020Credit: Instagram/kyliejenner The passenger inside her fancy car happened to be a Le Cagole shoulder bag with pink rhinestones, which costs about $7K. The pink seat cushion matched with the fabric of her shoulder bag.  The Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum planted the bag sideways on the seat.  Kylie posted a pink heart emoji in the caption.  Read more about The KardashiansIS KIM OK? Kim shows off her tiny frame in bodysuit as her family fears she is 'too skinny''IRRITATING!' Kourtney & Travis Baker SLAMMED for flaunting PDA in front of her ex Scott Back in 2020, the KUWTK star bought a $300K custom Rolls Royce Wraith SUV. The Barbie-pink exterior of the fancy car has an all-black exterior. She captioned her post on social media: "New mom car."  Among...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A new car may be one of the hottest commodities right now; n fact one recent industry study shows that 80% of buyers paid above the MSRP or Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price.Supply chain backups, a major microchip shortage, and COVID-19 factory shut downs are just some of the reasons why it's hard to find a new car these days."Some dealers would be straight up and say, we have nothing on the floor," said Kevin McGurn, who was looking to buy a car. "And there's some would say, I gotta tell you, put down a deposit and get in line."When McGurn did find cars available he was told that prices are sky high."We're selling cars, about $17,000 over sticker. So I want you to know, I can sell it for that. People are willing to pay for that. So we are going to be selling and it was a car that wasn't on the lot," he said he was told. "I couldn't test drive. They wanted a deposit. I had no assurance that that was gonna really be...
    South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg Back in September 2020, 55-year-old Joseph Boever was struck and killed by a car being driven by South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg. Boever was walking on the side of Highway 14 around 10:30 PM when Ravnsborg’s car drifted into the shoulder of the highway and hit Boever. Ravnsborg had been driving home from a Republican fundraiser and reportedly called 911 at the time, claiming to the dispatcher that he might have hit a deer. A sheriff’s deputy came out to quickly survey the attorney general’s car before giving him a ride home. It wasn’t until the following morning, when Ravnsborg returned to the site, that he discovered Boever’s body. From there a long and drawn out investigation ended this past year with Ravnsborg pleading guilty to three misdemeanor charges, serving no time in jail, and paying out $5,000 in fines and court costs. At the time, Boever’s family said the results were “not the ending we hoped for.” This was in part because the investigation was opened up to the public by Ravnsborg’s Republican colleague, Gov. Kristi Noem....
    Only a year ago almost no one paid the full sticker price when buying a new car. Now you're lucky if you can.In perhaps the most striking sign of the change in new car pricing, 80% of new car buyers in January paid more than the manufacturer's suggested retail price, or MSRP, according to data from Edmunds, the online site that tracks car rankings and prices. That's what's commonly known as the sticker price.It's the latest manifestation of the fact that a shortage of parts, especially computer chips, has caused automakers to temporarily halt production at various plants. That has left dealers with fewer vehicles than they need to meet customer demand.SEE ALSO: US inflation soars 7.5% over past year, biggest spike since 1982That has resulted in the average transaction price hitting $45,717 in January, or $728 above MSRP.It's up nearly $6,000, or 15%, from January a year ago, and about $7,500 higher than the average price paid in January 2020, just before the pandemic started roiling the auto industry.Only 2% of buyers paid above MSRP a year ago, with...
    When purchasing a new car these days, it may feel a lot like you're giving your dealership a fat tip. To that point, 82% are paying above sticker price for new vehicles, according to new research from Edmunds.com. That compares to 2.8% a year ago and 0.3% in early 2020. Amid the auto industry's persisting struggles with limited inventory due to an ongoing computer chip shortage, consumers have largely been forced to deal with prices that are up 12% year over year, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. More from Personal Finance:These scams may cost you this tax seasonHere are 4 ways to slash your grocery billInflation eroded pay by 1.7% over the past year The average amount paid for a new car is $45,717, which is $728 more than the average manufacturer's suggested retail price of $44,989, according to Edmunds' research, which is based on transactions in January. A year ago, the average amount paid was $2,152 below MSRP — and two years ago that discount was $2,648.  While part of the...
    VIDEO4:1904:19We're starting to read that supply chains are normalizing, says Carvana CEOSquawk on the Street When it comes to car shopping these days, sticker price may mean sticker shock. New and used car prices continue to spurt higher amid strong demand and tight inventory. While a manufacturing slowdown has improved slightly, there won't be a return to normal anytime soon for car buyers. "The typical dealership experience that consumers are familiar with — walking dealer lots with rows and rows of cars, negotiating over price and getting many incentives — is not likely to return this year because there are 4.5 [million] to 5 million consumers on the sidelines waiting for cars," said Tyson Jominy, head of data and analytics for J.D. Power. More from Personal Finance:Auto insurance expected to cost 5% more in 2022How to insure your trip amid airline cancellationsYour best money moves before interest rates rise "This pent-up demand will keep inventories low and prices high throughout most of 2022," Jominy said. An ongoing global shortage of microchips — key components needed for today's autos to operate...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — New car prices have hit a new all-time high. According to Kelley Blue Book, the average price of a new vehicle topped $46,000 in November. That’s up more than 13 percent from the same time a year ago. READ MORE: Miami-Dade Officer Guillermo Cuba Relieved Of Duty, Charged, For Violent Confrontation At North Miami Senior HighAnd while high prices are the norm, sales are down due to a vehicle shortage. READ MORE: Murder Charges Filed Against Teen In Hialeah Target Parking Lot Shooting Stemming From Botched RobberyNovember was the sixth straight month of volume declines and November hit the lowest level since April 2020, when the global pandemic first shut down the economy. “High prices and limited choices likely are keeping many car buyers on the sidelines,” said Kayla Reynolds, analyst for Cox Automotive. “It’s still a seller’s market, and we don’t expect things to change anytime soon. However, with high prices being the norm right now for both new and used vehicles, that means trade-in values are very favorable and can help soften the blow for consumers as...
    The cost of driving in America is accelerating–and not just because gas prices are up 60 percent from last year. The prices of new cars and trucks jumped a seasonally adjusted 1.4 percent in October and another 1.2 percent in November, data from the Department of Labor’s Consumer Price Index showed Friday. Compared with a year ago, prices are up 11.1 percent.  That’s the fastest annual pace of inflation for vehicles since 1975. In fact, there has not been a double-digit increase in vehicle inflation since the 1970s. The Consumer Price Index rose 6.8 percent in November, the highest rate of inflation in nearly four decades. The cost of goods apart from food and energy rose 9.4 percent on an annual basis. The price of durable goods, those expected to last three years or longer, jumped 14.9 percent, the fastest pace on record going back to 1957. Even the monthly gains are extraordinary. Prior to this year, vehicle prices had never risen by more than one percent for two consecutive months since the early 1980s. In fact, they only rose...
    It's been a rough year to buy a new car and 2022 doesn't look much better. Average transaction prices hit a record above $46,000 in October due to low inventories and its going to be a while before the situation returns to normal. The increase is also the result of a market shift toward trucks and SUVs and many customers buying high end models, but there are still a few economy cars being offered with low suggested retail prices. That's not to say dealers won't try to squeeze a little more out of the sale. We've found examples of the three cheapest cars on sale with markups ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, but there are plenty listed at sticker price.NISSAN VERSA The Nissan Versa is the lowest-priced sedan available in the U.S. (Nissan) The Nissan Versa sedan's price increased by just $100 for 2022 to $16,055, which gets you a 122 hp four-cylinder engine, manual transmission and a surprisingly roomy cabin for the segment.MITSUBISHI MIRAGE The Mitsubishi Mirage is the least-powerful car on sale. (Mitsubishi) The Mirage's 76...
    In this article FRebecca and Shane Phillips, of California, pose in front of their car collection, including their new 2022 Ford Maverick.Shane PhillipsRebecca and Shane Phillips are accustomed to getting looks when driving around California in their 1985 Mercury Colony Park or 1978 Lincoln Continental with longhorns on the front. But the newest head turner in their collection has been somewhat unexpected. "The looks we're getting are pretty neat. Everybody I've run into they're like, 'I've never seen something like this,'" said Rebecca, 31. "It's always fun to drive by and somebody gets surprised about what it actually is and what it looks like." It's not a classic vehicle, sports car or electric vehicle. It's the new 2022 Ford Maverick, a small pickup truck that recently went on sale as the automaker's least expensive vehicle in its entire lineup of cars and trucks at about $20,000. While the vehicle has only been on sale for slightly over a month, Ford Motor says the compact truck – about the length of a Toyota full-size sedan but priced at far less than...
    David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Being in the market for a new car right now is challenging, to say the least. Heading into the long Labor Day weekend, transaction prices remain elevated. While the three-day stretch normally marks when dealerships hold big sales events to clear their lots and make room for next year's models, low inventory and strong consumer demand mean fewer incentives are needed to sell cars. "It's a tough environment," said Kelsey Mays, assistant managing editor for Cars.com. "I don't think it's a surprise to shoppers, but that doesn't make the situation any easier."VIDEO3:2503:25Why high vehicle prices are here to stay for auto buyersSquawk BoxAn ongoing global shortage of microchips — key components needed for today's autos to operate — has impacted manufacturers' production of new vehicles, which has translated into demand outpacing supply. The result has been fewer discounts being offered across the board, with some autos selling for more than sticker price, and demand spilling over to the used-car market. Dealership inventory is roughly a third of what it was pre-pandemic, according...
    The number of new cars being sold is from record levels, but the prices being paid for them are the highest ever. According to the J.D. Power and LMC Automotive Forecast, the average transaction price for a new vehicle is projected to be $41,044 during the month of July, a 17% increase over last year. High demand is meeting low inventories caused by the ongoing semiconductor shortage hampering production across the industry, which has led to a drop in incentives and more cars selling at or even above list price.  Cars are turning off dealer lots more than twice as quickly as they were in 2019, before the coronavirus pandemic began to cause issues for the industry and used car prices have seen a similar jump. HOW SOON WILL USED CAR PRICES DROP? CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP One bright spot for car owners is that trade-in values are also on the rise, hitting an average of $7,501 in July, up from $3,353 a year ago. This, combined with low interest rates, means the average monthly finance...
    When it was new, the window sticker price on a typical 2019 Toyota Tacoma SR double cab pickup was just under $29,000. Two years later, dealers are paying almost $1,000 more than that to buy the same vehicle, even though it's used. Then they're selling it to consumers for more than $33,000. Welcome to the wacky world of U.S. car and truck sales, where the pandemic and a global shortage of computer chips have pushed prices to record levels. Used vehicle price increases accounted for one-third of the large rise in inflation last month, according to the Labor Department. Prices shot up a record 10% in April and another 7.3% in May, as inflation spiked 5%, the biggest 12-month increase since 2008. The average used vehicle cost $26,457 this month, according to car market tracker Edmunds.com. "Rising used car prices are a trend that we noticed last summer, and it has really intensified in the past few weeks," Jessica Caldwell, executive director of insights at Edmunds told CBS MoneyWatch in May. "You hear numbers that, honestly, I wouldn't pay...
    HAYWARD — Car buyers throughout the Bay Area are facing high prices and limited supply because of a pandemic-induced shortage of semiconductors, a supply pothole that has trickled down to used cars and is leaving buyers and dealers frustrated. That was the reality that greeted Anthony Di Miceli, who came to the Auto Deals dealership in Hayward to look for a car he drive for Uber. “(Prices) are going up,” he said with a shake as he peeked inside a red hybrid 2017 Toyota Prius Prime. The global chip shortage has slowed the production of increasingly computerized cars at the same time as shoppers are braving car lots in anticipation of a return to offices and commuting. That has reduced new car supplies and trickled down to higher demand for used cars, which are becoming more expensive and harder to find. “This is really across the board. I think the lightly used vehicles will see competition from new car buyers who are looking to switch over,” said Jessica Caldwell, executive director of insights at Edmunds. “The cheaper the car is,...
    The price for used pickups is going up, up, up. Pickup trucks are in strong demand. (David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images) A sharp drop in the supply of new vehicles due to the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage coupled with a strong demand for cars as the economy continues its post-lockdown recovery has led to an increase in used car prices with pickups leading the way. According to used automobile wholesaler Manheim, the average wholesale price for a pickup hit $30,093 in mid-April, which is up from #28,121 a month earlier and $17,201 last April when the industry was oversupplied during the worst part of the coronavirus lockdowns. Manheim chief economist Jonathan Smoke said the increase should be reflected in retail prices within six to eight weeks. "This is fundamentally the most extreme demand and supply imbalance that you can envision happening," he said. HYUNDAI SANTA FE PICKUP REVEALED WITH CLEVER COVERED BED Along with the reopening of the economy and improving customer sentiment, stimulus payments and tax refunds are creating a perfect storm that’s driving demand. But while...
    KATIE Price has been defended by her fans after cruel trolls claimed she was “slurring her words” in her latest video online. The 42-year-old shared a clip of her son Harvey yesterday after he had smashed the car window because he had hiccups. 9Katie Price's fans defended her when she was accused of slurring her wordsCredit: Steph’s Packed Lunch In the video Katie is heard asking her son:"Why did you smash the window, Harv? Look what you've done to the window." Still sitting in the car, the 18-year-old replied: "Because of hiccups. That's f***ing naughty, isn't it? Bad." He then returned to his iPad, which he was holding close to his face while sitting in the vehicle's back seat. 9Katie posted footage of her son Harvey sitting in a car with a broken windowCredit: Instagram Katie posted the footage on Instagram, showing the plastic that appeared to once have surrounded the car's window lying on the grass outside. She wrote: "Welcome to my bank holiday Monday ???? a normal day off Harvey’s reaction to hip cups ????." Unfortunately the clip...
    The prices of collectible Volvos have been on the rise in recent years, but it’s still pretty rare to see one sell in the six-figure range. One owner is looking to skip over seven figures and go straight to eight, however, with a 1998 V70 listed at $20 million. The blue wagon is pretty much a run-of-the-mill model that’d probably be worth closer under $10,000, if not for one unique feature. The car currently wears a vanity license plate from New York that reads: New York. (Supplied by the owner) The owner, who prefers to remain anonymous, told Fox News Autos that he encouraged his father to apply for it as soon as the state made custom plates available back in the 1970s. It's been in the family ever since, passing from a Buick Rivera and to another Volvo before ending up on the V70. Unlike Delaware, the U.K. and a few other places, New York doesn’t allow people to sell their license plates directly, so the $20 million price tag is technically for the car, but there is a legal...
    EAST ORANGE, New Jersey (WABC) -- A family argument over a scratched car led to a deadly stabbing in New Jersey Monday, according to relatives.It happened in a home on Brighten Avenue in East Orange, where the victim's niece says family members have been living in close quarters for over a year while caring for an elderly relative.Clarisa Price came running after she heard her uncle, Samuel Hannah, had stabbed her other uncle, Calvin Scott, over a scratch on Scott's car."Unfortunately, they were in an altercation," she said. "It was over whether or not my aunt's fiancé's car had been scratched by my uncle, and it wasn't."It apparently escalated from a fist fight to a stabbing in seconds, and the man who died, the 43-year-old Scott, owned the scratched car and apparently had accused Hannah."My aunt's fiancé Calvin punched Archie and Samuel," Price said. "And then from there, Samuel pulled the knife out on Calvin, and he was stabbed a few times."TRENDING: Security warning out for TikTok users baring all in silhouette challengeEMBED More News Videos TikTok is tightening its...
    By now you might be used to seeing the latest Chevy Corvette on the road, the new mid-engine Stingray. Now get used to seeing the convertible version.Convertibles have been a part of Corvette's long history since the very beginning.Though you might not even notice that it's a convertible when its top is up. For the first time, the drop-top Vette gets a retractable hardtop. The assembly stows nice and tidy in 16 seconds at the push of a button, even while moving at lower speeds.In comparison to other mid-engine high-power sports cars, the Corvette convertible is a bit of a bargain with a base price of $66,400.Lexus' hottest model is now going al fresco too. The new LC500 Convertible takes the sleek design of the coupe and becomes an almost-as-sleek four-seat open-air luxury sports car.While enjoying fun in the sun, the driver can also enjoy the mechanical music from the powerful V8 engine and the tech-laden interior.Both of those are shared with the hardtop model, though the convertible is more expensive, starting with a six-figure price tag of $101,000.Want something...
    Grealish strong enough to cope with pressure, says Southgate Best hole-in-the-wall BBQ joints across America Ford’s New CEO Continues to Struggle With Poor Stock Price New Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) CEO Jim Farley has struggled with a problem that has vexed most of the six prior chief executives under Executive Chair William Clay Ford Jr. The shares have posted something between a mediocre and terrible performance. That has not changed recently. Among the six CEOs is Ford himself. He held the job from October 30, 2001, until September 5, 2006. He replaced himself with Alan Mulally, who ran the company from September 5, 2006, until July 1, 2014. Mulally is considered the one really successful leader under Ford. © Provided by 24/7 Wall St. Since the start of 2020, Ford's shares are down just over 5%. By contrast, the S&P 500 is up 12%. Shares of archrival GM are up by over 15%. Load Error Since Farley joined, Ford's shares have not outperformed that market for several reasons. Most have to do with the fact...
    (CNN)If ever in your life you have the opportunity to drive a Ferrari, you should take it. Ferraris are, by and large, a special combination of power and speed smoothed over with a level of refinement other supercars can't quite match.I almost hate to say this because Ferrari, as a company, is so irritatingly aware of its own specialness. Even company earnings calls are filled with references to the brand's hallowed status. Ferrari, just the seven letters, is one of the most highly valued brand names in the world. The stock price has tripled in value since the company was spun off from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in 2015.Then, of course, there are the cars themselves. The most valuable classic car ever sold at auction was a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO that sold for more than $48 million in 2018. Of the top ten most valuable cars ever sold at auction, six are Ferraris.That's some serious brand equity and you don't get that by being average. The Ferrari F8 Spider looks equally nice with the top up or down.I was able...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. These days, you can sit on your couch and get a pretty accurate answer to the age-old question: “What’s my trade-in worth?” As online used car retailers streamline the buying process, they’re creating more convenient ways to handle car-buying’s Achilles’ heel, the trade-in. And, with the current used car shortage caused by the pandemic, you might get a surprisingly high price selling your car to them rather than trading it in. You don’t have to sell, of course; you’re just finding out what your trade-in is worth in the most accurate way possible — the price someone will actually pay. Here’s what the process looks like, and how you can use the results.Places to get a quote online Although there may be other places in your area to trade in or sell your car, there are currently three companies dominating online used car sales: Carvana CVNA, -5.37%  , Shift and Vroom VRM, -3.75%  . These companies allow you to self-appraise your car and get a quote to either sell your car or trade it in...
    There's an exotic new alternative-fueled car hitting the roads called Polestar."Polestar is the new performance electric car brand from the Volvo and Geely car groups. So you get the safety and security of what we like to call a 92-year-old startup," said J.P. Canton, director of communications for Polestar in North America.Sure, you've probably heard of Volvo, which is still making premium cars with an emphasis on both Scandinavian design and safety. And Volvo is busy adding electrification across its own model line. There will even be a fully-electric Volvo SUV for the 2021 model year.But think of Polestar as Volvo's more specialized cousin. And cars don't get more specialized than the sleek Polestar 1, which definitely has Volvo's DNA in its design. It's actually based on a former Volvo coupe concept car. The structure of the Polestar 1 is made of carbon fiber, and it's a plug-in hybrid with about 60 miles of battery range, and a total of over 600 horsepower from its combined gasoline and electric motors.There will only be a few hundred sold in the U.S.,...
    EDEN HAZARD has revved up his Real Madrid career by buying a £500,000 Lamborghini. The former Chelsea idol has helped the Bernabeu club hit the fast lane towards the LaLiga title following a slow start. 12Eden Hazard has splashed out on a new £500k Lamborghini 12The Belgian drove the Aventador SVJ to training 12The ex-Chelsea man's car collection is now worth more than £1MILLION And 29-year-old Hazard has now splashed out over half a million euros on a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ. The supercar can do over 217 mph, and go from 0-60 in an incredible 2.8 seconds. Belgium international Hazard turned heads when rolling up for training in the Lambo on Sunday. And he found favour with Real's fans by choosing a simple white paint job for the car - matching the club's colours - rather than opting for a more adventurous shade. Hazard has made 20 appearances for Los Blancos, scoring once, in an injury-hit debut season in Spain. Questions were raised early on whether the playmaker was good value for his record £90million transfer. However he has since...
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