- Marouane Fellaini has put up his £22.3million luxury mansion for sale since he left Man United in 2019
- The property has interesting features including six-bedrooms, a swimming pool and a barbershop
- Fellaini spent five seasons with Everton from 2008 t0 2013 before staying another six years at Old Trafford
Marouane Fellaini's £2.3million luxury mansion has an indoor pool, personal barbershop and separate detached garden cottage.
The former Man United star has put up the house for sale since he left the club to Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng in 2019.
The Belgium international purchased the mansion in 2017 which is just 15 minutes drive from Old Trafford.
It comes with a six-bedroom with a detached garden cottage and 7,500 square feet of gated secure grounds.
Fellaini was conscious of his flamboyant hairstyle so he created a barbershop inside his house in order to get much attention when needed.
The 32-year-old had previously spent five years at Goodison Park with Everton before switching up north to play for the Red Devils for another six years.
The property was formerly occupied by 1966 World Cup winner with England Allan Ball who previously called it home.
Fellaini recently tested positive to the deadly coronavirus in March but will be hoping to cash in on his bumper pad.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo took his gorgeous girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez on a romantic timeout on their £15m yacht as the Portuguese gears up for the next game for Juventus.
Juventus will be facing Lecce on Friday, June 26, in their next game which is expected to to be a tough one for Maurizio Sarri and his wards.
Having played in all three games Juventus have played so far since the resumption of the League season, Cristiano Ronaldo decided to take little break with his woman to relax.
Legit.ng also reported that Tanguy Ndombele could be headed for the exits this summer after the Tottenham midfielder reportedly told Jose Mourinho he never wants to play for him again.
Ndombele only signed for Spurs in a club record £55 million transfer deal last summer but he has failed to live up to his billing.
Spurs saw off stiff competition from several European clubs to land the services of Ndombele.
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