Spurs winger Erik Lamela caught speeding three times in a fortnight

Spurs’ £80,000-a-week winger Erik Lamela is fined £40 after he was caught speeding in his Range Rover for a THIRD time in two weeks near the club’s north London training ground

  • Erik Lamela was caught three times within 12 days speeding in his Range Rover
  • The Argentine international was caught on May 8, May 13 and May 20 last year
  • The Tottenham Hotspur winger totted up nine penalty points within a fortnight
  • If midfielder picks up another three points he will face a six-month driving ban

Tottenham Hotspur FC winger Erik Lamela has been fined again after being caught for the third time within twelve days on a speed camera near his club’s north London training ground.

The 28 year-old Argentinian international was clocked driving his red 5-litre Range Rover at 48mph in a 40mph zone on the A10 in Enfield on May 20, last year.

He was dealt with under behind-closed-doors Single Justice Procedure rules and the outcome of the case has only recently become public.

Spurs winger Erik Lamela totted up nine penalty points over the course of 12 days after he was caught speeding three times driving too fast in London in May last year

He was fined £40, with £40 costs and ordered to pay a £34 victim surcharge for the latest speeding offence and received three penalty points on his licence

Lamela, who earns £80,000 a week playing for Tottenham Hotspur, scored in the club’s 5-4 defeat in the FA Cup at Everton on Wednesday.   

The £30m signing, who lives in a £5.6m luxury apartment in The Bishops Avenue area, East Finchley is potentially one more speeding offence away from an automatic six-month ban.

He was fined £40, with £40 costs and ordered to pay a £34 victim surcharge for the latest speeding offence and received three penalty points on his licence.

This will be added to the six penalty points he already has for speeding at 52mph on May 8 and 48mph on May 13, last year. 


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Lamela, pictured, is one more speeding offence from an automatic six-month driving ban

The £80,000-a-week winger, pictured during Tottenham Hotspur’s 5-4 defeat in the FA Cup on Wednesday faces a six-month driving ban if he is caught speeding again within the next five years

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