Notwithstanding being probably the best footballer in Europe, it appears Manchester City football wizard Rodri wouldn’t feet living in a cheap student convenience.

The Spaniard has played more than any other soccer player in Pep Guardiola’s side this season, and procures a colossal £120 thousand per week.

However, it appears to be that the 24-year-old also has some incredible other attractions that keep him occupied.

It would appear that property is presumably not one of them however, as images arose of Rodri in what seemed to be the most fundamental of student lodging.

The former man who plays for Atletico Madrid is right now reading for a degree in Business Administration and Management.

In any case, while he was at Villarreal, he likewise embraced concentrations in Business Studies and Economics, and slummed it in some not precisely extravagantly looking lobbies.

Rodri residing in a basic student lodge (photo)

Instruction has consistently been critical to Rodri, and he was sent on unfamiliar trade projects to America and Ireland to improve his English.

Furthermore, he said of his new studies: “I can’t say now what I’m going to do in the future, but I’m studying a degree in Management and Business Administration because it is a challenge, to start a degree and finish it.

“I’m sure it’s going to be helpful in the future one way or another.”

“When I finish my career as a player, I’d like to stay in contact with the sports world but if it doesn’t happen, that’s fine too.”

Valentin Henarejo has stood up against the photos and Rodri’s unassuming way of life before, uncovering that he used to drive a utilized Corsa at one phase!

Rodri preparing launch inside his own student lodge

Henarejo told MARCA that individuals were stunned when they saw Rodri, who was playing in the first class team yet living at the college home.

“After the first few days of getting to know him, there was normality. He shared a space with everyone, he liked being with his friends and sitting on the sofa with everyone.

“But, of course, at the start it was strange seeing him playing table tennis or doing his washing.

“His car, until recently, was a second hand Opel Corsa which he bought from a woman when he got his driving licence,” Henarejo added.

“In fact, one time he told me that some friends were ‘crazy’ for buying nice cars, all that mattered was that it takes you from A to B and that’s all.”