- Javier Hernandez is currently living the dream of a football player
- The 32-year-old built a $5.6million mansion in the city of Los Angeles
- The Mexican striker had stints with Man United, Bayer Leverkusen among others
Javier Hernandez has bought a new beautiful farmhouse mansion in the Beverley neighbourhood of Los Angeles worth around $5.6million, Daily Star.
The newly-built property occupies a quarter-acre lot with 6,500 square feet of living space.
From the entrance, visitors will see dark blue weatherboarding along with huge glass windows.
Upstairs lies the master bedroom which has its own mini sitting room as well as walls of glass to a private patio and a fireplace with a black marble mantle.
The ex-Man United striker will be treated to a spy-bath with slans of marble in his bedroom and a walk-in wardrobe.
There are other four bedrooms upstairs with each of them having their own bathroom while downstairs has six bedrooms and quarters for the maids.
There are two separate lounge areas in the down part of the property with one holding a massive sofa in front of the TV, while two more are outside.
The kitchen features an eat-in breakfast bar, designer stainless steel appliances and a separate pantry as well as a dining room.
Inside the compound is finished off with a pool spa that boasts a detached pool house.
Hernandez's best spell in Europe was with United under Sir Alex Ferguson where he helped the Red Devils win the 2011 and 2013 Premier League titles.
But after the departure of the legendary Scotsman, Hernandez struggled under David Moyes before he was shipped out to Real Madrid in 2014.
The Mexican international had different spells with Bayer Leverkusen, West Ham and Seville before joining MLS side LA Galaxy.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Karim Benzema is in his 11th season with Real Madrid and has won every competition at club level since he joined the club in 2009 from Lyon.
And those wins have come with lots of money in his bank account which is enough for him to acquire the good things of life.
Despite being axed from the France national team a few years back, the 32-year-old is still living a comfortable life with cars worth a staggering £3.5million parked in his garage.
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