FOOTY STAR WOE Man Utd star David De Gea has £150k Aston Martin Vantage CLAMPED for not having any tax after Ivy restaurant dinner

DAVID DE GEA was forced to catch a taxi home from a Manchester United team dinner - after his Aston Martin was CLAMPED.


Posted Thursday, August 12, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk

FOOTY STAR WOE Man Utd star David De Gea has £150k Aston Martin Vantage CLAMPED for not having any tax after Ivy restaurant dinner

The goalkeeper, 30, joined his team-mates for a meal at The Ivy restaurant on Tuesday evening ahead of the new season.

FOOTY STAR WOE Man Utd star David De Gea has £150k Aston Martin Vantage CLAMPED for not having any tax after Ivy restaurant dinner
David De Gea's Aston Martin was clamped on Tuesday evening Credit: Eamonn and James Clarke

FOOTY STAR WOE Man Utd star David De Gea has £150k Aston Martin Vantage CLAMPED for not having any tax after Ivy restaurant dinner
A notice declared the supercar an 'untaxed vehicle' Credit: Eamonn and James Clarke

FOOTY STAR WOE Man Utd star David De Gea has £150k Aston Martin Vantage CLAMPED for not having any tax after Ivy restaurant dinner
De Gea was forced to catch a taxi home from the upmarket venue Credit: Eamonn and James Clarke

But he departed at 10.30pm, after three-and-a-half hours in the city centre establishment, to find his supercar clamped.

A notice had been left on the window of the Aston Martin Vantage, declaring it an 'untaxed vehicle'.

Luke Shaw also returned to his car after the meal to discover he had been given a parking ticket.

The England defender, 26, had the fine left on his silver Range Rover after he parked up near the restaurant, located in the Spinningfields area of Manchester's city centre.

Stars including Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and new signing Jadon Sancho also attended the do at The Ivy.

United kick off their season at home to Leeds on Saturday lunchtime.

De Gea made an early return from his summer break to stake his claim for a place in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.

Following his call-up to Euro 2020, the Spaniard will once again go up against Dean Henderson for the goalkeeper's jersey this season.

He told the club website: "I feel great, really strong, both physically and mentally.

"I’m eager for the season to get under way and for us to start well.

"We all have to be united together, all of us at 100 per cent, and yes, it’s a vitally important season ahead."



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