On the cars of the best forward of the Russian national team Artyom Dzyuba were listed as unpaid over thirty fines. Judging by the bases of the traffic police, he violated the rules several times a day. How does a scandalous footballer live?
How reckless Artyom Dzyuba and his wife
As the SHOT telegram channel found out, the Range Rover of football player Artyom Dzyuba violates traffic rules on average more often than daily. In two weeks, his SUV ran into as many as 17 fines: two for parking in the wrong place and the rest for speeding.
Here, for example, the car of the Lokomotiv striker is incorrectly parked at a fashionable restaurant on Patriarch’s Ponds in Moscow.
By the beginning of September, there were unpaid fines for 20.5 thousand rubles on the license plate of the Range. But immediately after the publication of the SHOT channel and the resulting resonance, the top scorer of the national team paid almost everything. Now only three fines for speeding (from 40 to 60 km / h) for six thousand rubles hang on the car. Dziuba could also pay for them, but so far they are in the database.
According to Life, both Artyom Dziuba himself and his wife Christina (she is included in the insurance) could sit behind the wheel of a Range Rover off-road vehicle that violates traffic rules every day. The striker bought this luxury car in mid-2020. In the secondary market, its full analogue with high mileage and in an incomplete configuration now costs about 13 million rubles. A new one can cost from 30 million.
Artyom Dzyuba also owns a Mercedes-AMG S63 sedan, purchased at the end of 2018. The exact same models are sold on the secondary market. Used ones cost up to 15 million rubles. New ones can cost twice as much. On this foreign car, by data service Avtocod, hang unpaid 14 fines for speeding. All these violations were committed in just one week. Behind the wheel, most likely, was the athlete himself.
The hero of the Russian World Cup 2018 has recently been haunted by scandals. Less than a month ago, he was suspended conditionally for two matches of the national championship and fined 50,000 rubles for insulting a journalist. The incident happened after the meeting between Lokomotiv and Wings of the Soviets. Artyom Dzyuba missed the match due to injury. After the game, he headed from the stadium to the parking lot. At this point, the correspondent asked him to comment on the words of coach Igor Shalimov, who said that the striker would not score more than two goals before winter. In response, the player rudely threatened the media representative.
Despite the punishment imposed by the Control and Disciplinary Committee, Dziuba did not apologize to the journalist.
Artyom Dzyuba is still famous for public quarrels with fans of Zenit and Spartak, as well as an intimate video that unknown people leaked to the Web a couple of years ago.
Artyom Dzyuba keeps his personal life away from the public. His wife Christina does not officially run social networks, rarely appears at social events. The couple is raising three young sons.
How does a footballer live?
Formally, Artyom Dzyuba was registered in a three-room apartment of a seven-story panel building on Novokosinskaya Street in Moscow. This is a residential area near the Moscow Ring Road. Such real estate costs a maximum of 20 million rubles: very modest for the former captain of the Russian national team. It is unlikely that he is there at all.
As Life found out, an estate was issued to the father of the football player in the Naro-Fominsk cottage village “Zhodochi Manor” in the Moscow region.
Dzyuba’s wife repeatedly ordered food at his address. In the same place, judging by the bases, the player’s parents also live. Enough space for everyone. The area of the territory is over 50 acres, the main house is almost 1200 square meters.
Now in KP “Usadba Zhodochi” a household is being sold that is half the size of the Dzyuba family estate, it costs 120 million rubles.
By data Media, one of the apartments of Artyom Dziuba is located in the residential complex “Olympic Village” on Krestovsky Island – one of the most expensive areas of St. Petersburg. The football player occupied a large three-ruble note there, the cost of its purchase was over 72 million rubles, and the monthly rent was about 300 thousand rubles. Such prices are due to the presence of all necessary amenities for a comfortable life. Closed green area with schools, kindergartens, sports facilities, restaurants, shops, squares, a cinema and a fountain. There is access to the well-maintained embankment of the Malaya Nevka River and its own berth for boats and yachts. There is a round-the-clock video surveillance, in each front door there are security and concierge. All apartments are connected to central air conditioning systems, supply and exhaust ventilation and multi-stage water purification.
Life found out that at least in the 2021/2022 football season, Artyom Dzyuba’s wife lived in a completely different house on Krestovsky Island – the Favorit business-class residential complex. There, the football player’s family has even more luxurious housing – mansions for 253 squares worth up to 165 million rubles.
The residential complex “Favorite” has everything that is in the “Olympic Village”, and even more.
Also, Dziuba’s wife three years ago registered a residence permit on Sadovaya Street in the historic profitable house of the noblewoman Anna Vasilievna Bonch-Osmolovskaya. This eclectic building was erected at the end of the 19th century. The location is unique: on the arrow of the two main water arteries of St. Petersburg – the Fontanka River and the Griboyedov Canal. People call this place “Little Venice”. The yard is closed and guarded. There are only five apartments in the entrances. The price of Christina Dziuba’s four-room apartment is approximately 28 million rubles.
Artyom Dzyuba lived for a long time in a brick stalinka, which is located between Chistye Prudy and Pokrovka Street in the prestigious Basmanny district of Moscow. They had a living space of 202 squares there. Perhaps it has already been sold or rented. On the secondary, this is estimated at about 125 million rubles, for a monthly rent you will have to pay 200-300 thousand rubles.