Man City defender moves into his new Ksh680 million luxurious house, and it is awesome (photos)
3 months ago, 13 Mar 10:52
Benjamin Mendy moved into his new luxury house. The Manchester City defender has returned to training. Mendy has been out of action after suffering a serious injury Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy has moved into a luxury new home worth nearly £5million. The France international who returned to training after a serious knee injury, splashed out on the mansion in a street dubbed the most expensive road in the north. Benjaminn Mendy moves into his new house worth nearly £5million The house was owned by former Manchester City manager Mark Hughes, who already had planning permission to completely rebuilding the property. Benjaminn Mendy moves into his new house worth nearly £5million The six-bedroom house boasts of a gym and two swimming pools in the basement, perfect to help the Frenchman build up his fitness ahead of his comeback. The former Monaco star bought the house last November after a previous sale with another client fell through. Benjaminn Mendy moves into his new house worth nearly £5million However, the £52m defender will not be the first football star to move in as it was previously rented to Peter Crouch and his wife Abbey Clancy in 2011. Benjaminn Mendy moves into his new house worth nearly £5million Mendy will now be able to boast having former England international Wayne and Rooney as well as former Leicester City midfielder Robbie Savage as his neighbours. The France left back has been out for most of the season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury and he is expected to return to action in the Manchester derby and probably the Champions League semis.
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