Footballers like outdoing each other on the field of play and nobody will have a problem with that because that is what they are paid to do. However, you will be surprised to realize that they do the same when it comes to searching for a place to call home. Today, we want to take a closer look at the seven most extravagant homes owned by current and former footballer stars. The details about Cristiano Ronaldo new home in Turin are still scanty.
7. Lionel Messi- House Worth $5 million
Barcelona star Lionel Messi is known to be humble in every sense on and off the pitch. However, he has a marvellous mansion in the Catalan capital. He joined the La Liga giants at the age of 14 and so he connected to the City and country. The 31-year-old has won Five Ballon d’Or awards. His house worth $5 million resembles a soccer ball.
6. Mario Balotelli- House Worth $5 million
Italian striker Mario Balotelli owns a great home despite the constant troubles on and off the pitch. He has a $5 million mansion. He enjoyed two great seasons in Ligue 1 with Nice but he might be on the move again this summer.
5. Frank Lampard- House Worth $7 million
Former Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard retired from football towards the end of 2016. He had a short stint at New York FC but he is now starting off the pundit career and given he is a proven genius, he might do well too. He is the all-time best scorer in the Blues history. He has a house worth $7 million.
4. John Terry- House Worth $7.5 million
Chelsea legend John Terry is yet another English player saying goodbye to the beautiful game. The legendary defender is now trying to help Aston Villa get promoted through playoffs. His side must beat Fulham in the final to return to the top flight. However, the former England centre-back said he will not play against his old club which means if Villa gets promoted he might retire or go elsewhere. He still owns a house worth $7.5 million.