Gary Neville is without doubt one of the biggest names of his generation but the former Manchester United star seems to be taking a bold step as a businessman after sinking a massive fortune in hoteling.
Neville enjoyed a prosperous stint with Manchester United and took a new career challenge in punditry after drawing the curtain down on his football career.
The 44-year-old former football star has now emerged as the owner of Stock Exchange Hotel which is ranked 79th best in the city of Manchester.
According to Mirror, Neville's hotel's cheapest room gulps £308, while suites cost £1,750-a-night, making it one of the best hotels in the city, though ranked behind The Dakota which is first according to travel review website, TripAdvisor.
Neville is also a co-owner at League Two side Salford City, but his engagement in business does not affect his pundit job with Sky Sport.
It was earlier reported that Neville and Ryan Giggs were said to be on the verge of opening their new hotel named Stock Exchange in the great city of Manchester.
The hotel is one of the best in England considering the setup and the stuff the edifice is made up of. Stock Exchange hotel features a seriously lavish penthouse with its own gym, terrace and access to the hotel's Lexus car.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has added another mansion to his array of properties and this time, it is in his country home Lisbon with reports claiming that the new house cost a staggering £6 million from the Juve star's money pouch.
The Portuguese star was reported to have acquired the real estate mansion in July 2018 after beating two other millionaires who were also in the bidding for the luxury apartment.
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