EDERSON proved keepers are not just different on the pitch as he rolled up for training in a Ferrari.
The Manchester City stopper, 24, was snapped arriving at the Etihad Campus gates using his phone – while team-mates turned up in Mercedes'.
Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus drove in wearing hoodies – on the day it was revealed both City fliers are set for huge pay rises.
And fellow Mercedes fan Bernardo Silva, 23, looked just as focused as the runaway Premier League leaders rev up for Leicester City in Saturday's 5.30pm game.
Pep Guardiola's men are 13 points clear of second-placed neighbours United.
But City must stay in top gear if they are to also notch glory in the Champions League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup – where they face Arsenal in the final on February 25.
Sterling, 23, has perhaps the most to smile about for now.
His consistent, 18-goal season has drawn interest from Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.
And today the Mirror reported Sterling's £180,000-a-week pay will shoot up to £220k plus bonuses when his contract is extended until around 2023.
Brazilian frontrunner Jesus, 20, who is nearing a return from injury, is likewise on the brink of a new long-term deal, doubling his weekly wage of £70k.
Meanwhile, City are tipped to fight it out with Liverpool, Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Juventus for Real Madrid's Spain midfielder Isco.
The 25-year-old, capped 24 times, could exit Bernabeu in the summer as Real plan a major revamp of their under-achieving squad.
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