- Jordan Henderson has spent millions on his new seven-bed mansion
- The Liverpool captain is upset with the design of the building which has a trophy corridor
- Henderson considers the substantial apartment more of commercial rather than private
The Liverpool midfielder is looking to demolish his commercial-like building after spending millions on the seven-bed mansion according to reports from SunSport.
Henderson’s new building is not his original plan after he blamed architect Wake Morley whose drawings of the building the player claims looked like a hotel complex.
The apartment boasts of an indoor pool, a giant patio and barbecue area, a tennis court and a surprise trophy corridor, where the supposed Premier League title would be placed.
The building opposes the original plan of the player who is married with three kids as they now “seek to demolish two substantial homes”.
The 29-year-old is solidly leading a drive for players in the Premier League to donate £4million to the NHS in a bid to assist in the fight against coronavirus.
The Cheshire village’s parish council blasted the seven-bedroom design, which has an indoor pool, for being like a “hotel complex”.
An objection letter said the look “is more akin to a commercial or industrial building than a dwelling”.
Cheshire East Council is expected to make a decision next month.
Meanwhile, Andrew Robertson has refused to pick who is the best between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo and instead settled for his captain at Anfield Jordan Henderson.
In the world today, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are both known as the best players considering what they have achieved so far in their careers in football.
The rivalry between these two players is so tough with Lionel Messi winning six Ballon d'Or awards, while Cristiano Ronaldo has won five.
Many football fans will say Lionel Messi is the best player on earth, while others will claim that Cristiano Ronaldo is the best.
The 26-year-old feels his captain at Anfield is better than these two superstars after lifting the Champions League last season and also the Club World Cup trophy.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Premier League organisers have debunked claims they are planning to have the remainder of the 2019/20 season cancelled over coronavirus pandemic.
The campaign, like many other across Europe is currently suspended in an effort to combat further spread of the virus which has claimed thousands of lives globally.
With the epidemic not slowing down, there has been suggestion the Premier League could be cancelled altogether.
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