The 10 craziest and most expensive footballers' homes
With the high salaries in football, it's expected that its stars buy ostentatious houses. So, who has the biggest home, and for how much?
Tne angular house of the of Kaka is estimated at 1.9 million pounds
Andrés Iniesta's house during his adventures at FC Barcelone, with his name on the façade, is estimated at 3.1 million pounds. There are rumours of the Spaniard's return in Catalonia.
The architecturally daring home of Argentinian prodigy Lionel Messi in Castelldefels, shaped like a football stadium, is worth 3.2 million pounds. Crazy to think he almost left FC Barcelona last summer...
When he was working in Manchester City, Mario Balotelli lived in this villa, estimated at 3.2 million pounds.
This is the mancunian home of the Europe 2016 champion Cristiano Ronaldo, estimated at around 3.77 million pounds
The house of the former player for the Blues, and currently trainer Frank Lampard. It comprises a tennis court, golf lane, fitness room, and indoor pool, all for the tidy sum of 4.4 million pounds.
The London home of John Terry, with nine bedrooms, a pool, sauna, and film theatre, all for 4.7 million pounds.
The incredible Londonian home of former OM player Didier Drogba, with seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and most importantly, an entire room dedicated to his trophies. It is estimated at 9.1 million pounds.
THe property of former mancunian Wayne Rooney, including, among other things, film theatre and indoor pool, for the petty sum of 9.3 million pounds.
This splendid palace is west London is David Beckham's, and is estimated at 12.6 million pounds! This has earned it the nickname of Beckhingam Palace!