Chelsea have done some brilliant transfer business ahead of next season and the window hasn't even opened yet.
Roman Abramovich may feel like he's been playing catch up, given the Blues were banned from signing players last summer.
Once that embargo was overturned, the owner wasted no time getting his chequebook out - securing a deal to bring Ajax's Hakim Ziyech to Stamford Bridge in February.
The Morocco international will link up with his teammates later this month, having signed a £100,000-per-week deal.
It seems he'll need every penny of that Chelsea salary to keep his incredible car collection going.
Ziyech boasts some of the best motors in the world and will surely be the envy of many teammates when he drives to the training ground.
According to The Sun, he recently bought a £92,000 Audi RS6-R, before spending an additional £70,000 on a special ABT package to upgrade the car's specifications.
Check out some images of his Audi below.
On top of a £162,000 ride, Ziyech also owns not one, but two Lamborghinis. The first is a red Aventador - with a starting price of £271,146.
It's one of the fastest cars in the world, hitting 0-62 in 2.9 seconds with a top speed of 217mph.
Check out an image of the winger with his car below:
The second Lamborghini he owns is the Urus - a rather luxurious SUV that costs £159,925.
He's not the only Premier League star that boasts one, with Arsenal rival Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also driving it.
As if two Lambo's and an Audi isn't enough, Ziyech also owns a Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe. That has a rather more modest starting price of £43,920.
Very nice indeed.
While he now owns a rather incredible car collection, it wasn't always supercars parked in Hakim's garage.
The Sun reports that one of his first motors was the Volkswagen Golf GTI. That doesn't exactly scream glamour, but the new Lamborghini's and Audi certainly do.
We're not jealous at all...
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