MANCHESTER UNITED and Chelsea legend Mark Hughes has put his £5million mansion up for sale… complete with a tennis court and golf green.
The ex-Stoke boss is currently without a job after he was axed as Southampton manager in 2018.
And it appears the 56-year-old Welshman is looking to cash in on one of his assets after his stunning Cheshire property went on the market.
It is a homeowner’s dream boasting seven luxury bedrooms, four ensuite bathrooms and four reception rooms among the 9,000 square foot area.
It has all the facilities perfect for a sports-mad owner including an immaculate tennis court and a raised golf green which is surrounded by bunkers.
The house also has an indoor swimming pool, gym and wet room that Hughes can use to keep fit as he seeks his next job.
And when he wants to relax in the evening, he can head to his indoor bar before testing his skills on the snooker table.
On the wall of one of the bedrooms is a framed England No7 shirt – presumably worn by the legendary David Beckham.
The gated property sits on a huge block of land with plenty of space to enjoy the outdoor surroundings on the decking.
The garden also features a massive water feature adding to the house’s sophisticated look.
And no luxurious property would be complete without a grand piano which sits in one of the lounges.
His house sale could mean that his next job will be away from the northwest after he revealed last month that he’s “looking for the next opportunity.”
Hughes has been linked with a switch to Burnley as speculation over Sean Dyche’s future continues to mount.
He told talkSPORT: “It’s my life, football has been my life ever since I joined Manchester United when I was a 13-year-old.
“I’m not at the point where I feel I’m finished with the game, or the game is finished with me, so I’ve always looking for the next opportunity.”