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IN Sports ON 22 Feb, 2015
I always keep dreaming about living like a princess in a beautiful mansion, like the cartoon character Richie Rich had.
Last night, I was wondering about where the richest people in the world live and then my mind diverted towards a large poster of Wayne Rooney in my room. I googled up and compiled some of the richest footballers and their super expensive homes. Having a look at all the celebrity homes made me even more jealous!
But, at the same time, I realised the fact that the harder you work, the more comfortable and happening lifestyle you earn.
The mansion consists of a chapel, a recording studio and a football pitch. The House is now sold to an insurance tycoon for whooping 11.5 Million pounds.
Located in Cheshire, this house has a huge pool, a private theater, Grecian-style statues and under-soil heating for its lawn.
Built in 2007, this mansion is spread to 8,600 square feet. It has seven bedrooms and even a trophy room.
This football shaped house has a spa center, a home theater and an indoor soccer field for training.
The Chelsea captain owns a house that has ten bedrooms, an enormous underground aquarium, and a private movie hall.
Super Frank's house in Surrey has nine bedrooms, twelve bathrooms, a putting green, a swimming pool, a tennis court and even a boat dock.
After a tremendous amount of success during his time at Manchester United, Cristiano bought this heavenly mansion worth $6 million in 2006 which he later on sold in 2013.
Currently rented at a monthly price of $21,930 , Balotelli bought this elegant house during his term at Manchester City.
The Liverpool striker's house includes a pool, a wine cellar, a private theatre along with four bedrooms.
With Iniesta written on the wall, the Barcelona Maestro bought this magnificent house in 2005.
Located in Madrid, Kaka's mansion is not far from his other teammate's homes.
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