Glamorous Homes Of Football Stars: Number One Will Leave You In Awe

It doesn’t matter the sizes or the locations, remember the lifestyles of these players are totally different and they move from one terrain to another. They as well own properties elsewhere, but these are popular homes they own and have oftentimes been seen there. And other things to note include, those who didn’t make this cut currently can as well afford this luxury but our list depicts the fashion sense of these stars.

10. Kaka ($3 million)
Kaka is a Brazilian former professional footballer who played as an attacking midfielder. The 500 sq.ft home in Madrid has a spa, an inner pool, and a six- auto garage. He bought the luxurious house when he was transferred to Real Madrid from AC Milan.

9. Andres Iniesta (House Worth: $4.6 Million)
Andres Iniesta is a Spanish national team player playing for FC Barcelona in La Liga. He has been with the club for over 20 years and has played over 600 ball games for them.
The brilliant playmaker relishes 5 bedrooms, a swimming pool, and indeed a small tabernacle inside his house. His house is presently valued at$4.6 million.
The house also includes a swimming pool, tennis court, and several other luxuries. Andres Iniesta’s house is number
9 in our list of top 10 most precious houses possessed by footballers.

8. Mario Balotelli (House value: $4.86 million)
When he signed with Liverpool, Balotelli bought a beautiful mansion for around $5 million, including indoor courts, a swimming pool, a private theater and a home theater.
In his villa he has four bedrooms and a bathroom, which until recently was put up for rent. Mario

7. Cristiano Ronaldo (House value: £6 million)
Cristiano Ronaldo needs no introduction on this list. Many considered him one of the greatest footballers of all time. He currently plays for the Saudi Al Nasr League where he lives and it is claimed that he is paying £30,000 a month in his current home in Saudi Arabia, but of course he has not paid the bill. This house was owned by him during his time at Manchester United. But it certainly deserves a place on our list.

6. John Terry (Home value: $7 million)
John Terry is a retired English footballer. He played as a central defender and was one of the highest paid defenders in football history.
Terry is now retired from professional football and owns his $7 million mansion in Surrey, England.

5. Frank Lampard (House value: $10.5 million)
Frank Lampard is a retired English footballer who played as a midfielder for West Ham United, Chelsea and Manchester City before retiring in 2017. He owns a lot of real estate and has sponsorship deals from big companies. Frank Lampard sold the 19,500-square-foot home for his £7 million ($10.5 million). 9 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, putting green, pool, boat dock and tennis courts. Frank Lampard’s house is number five on his list of the ten most expensive homes for a footballer.

4. Wayne Rooney (house worth £17.83m) Wayne Rooney’s house is worth £17.83m and is the fourth most expensive home owned by a footballer.
Retired Manchester United player and now his second division coach, Derby His County has purchased this luxury property. Built on his gorgeous 10-acre country estate in Cheshire, England, his 12-bedroom mansion with an indoor pool and state-of-the-art cinema room are just a few of its many features. The home also has two artificial lakes and a home cinema. Another reason the house is so expensive is that it was built from scratch.

3. David Beckham (House value: $20 million)
David Beckham is an English footballer known for his performances with Manchester United and Real Madrid. In many cases, he has been the face of various brands over the years.

2. Didier Drogba (House value: $21 million) Didier Drogba is a former Ivory Coast international who played forward for Chelsea, Marseille, Galatasaray and the Ivory Coast national team.
Captain of the Ivory Coast team. He is best understood in his Chelsea career, scoring more goals than any other foreign player.

1. Lionel Messi’s home is in Barcelona, ​​Spain. It’s on private property and in a gated community with 24 hour security. The home of the former Barcelona striker who now plays for PSG has its own indoor theater, spa and soccer field. The cost of the building is within the range of $40-50 million. It is also an ideal place for a family to live as it offers the best security measures possible. The footballer built the property in 2009 and has since become one of his most important assets due to its value and location.

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