- Ryan Giggs has stunned fans by putting up his former family home up for sale at £3.5m
- The ex-Man United and Wales legend is selling his five bedroom mansion after divorcing ex-wife Stacey last year
- Prospective buyer are not likely to be comfortable with the United’s legend interior design
Ryan Giggs has put up his former family five bedroom mansion weeks after divorcing ex-wife Stacey last year
According to UK Sun report, the property which is located in Manchester, has a swimming pool, cinema room and its own bar and will cost £3.5m.
However, prospective buyer may not be comfortable with the United’s legend interior design choice as the bar, cinema and dining room are not wrapped in modern designs
“Ryan’s affiliation to United runs deep so there is lots of reds, whites and blacks throughout his house.
“But what will really strike any viewer is the purple. It’s liberally splashed around in the relaxation areas of the house and is very vibrant, but some people might find it a bit off-putting.
“It could do with an update because it could look a bit like a swiingers club,” a source was quoted as saying.
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Interestingly, Giggs parted ways with the mother to his two children in a £40m divorce last year, no thanks to a secret eight-year affair with his brother’s former wife Natasha Lever alongside dating Big Brother star Imogen Thomas for six-month.
At the moment, Giggs is now in a relationship with 34-year-old PR practitioner, Kate Greville, who he met while she was working on football-related business.
Giggs joined Man United at the age of 14 and claimed 13 Premier League titles, four FA Cups and two Champions League medals during his active years.
The Welshman featured in 963 games for the Old Trafford dwellers, before managing the Red Devils for four games after David Moyes was sent packing before the end of the 2014 campaign.
Giggs also was an assistant to Dutch manager Louis Van Gaal for 24 months before Jose Mourinho’s arrival.
At the international scene, Giggs was earned 64 Welsh caps and was named national team manager on a four-year contract last year.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs, named as the new manager of Wales, on a four-year deal.
The Walsh football association announced Giggs as the replacement for Chris Coleman at a press conference in Cardiff at 2pm local time.
The Manchester United legend was among the four candidates interviewed by the Football Association of Wales on Thursday, January 11, to succeed Coleman
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