Former Chelsea and England defender John Terry has sold his mansion, netting a £20 million profit on the property.
The Chelsea great bought an 18th-century seven-bed property in 2019 for £4.1 million for himself and his family to live in.
It was reported that Terry and his wife, Toni, have a great eye for interior design. They built a huge swimming pool in the bar that is good for parties.
The couple also designed other rooms of the mansion with crazy artwork and gym instruments. Also, a fleet of cars was packed in the garage.
The elegant mansion also has staff quarters.
In addition, John and Toni Terry had also bought another mansion worth £8 million not far from the old mansion. Also, the couple has been involved in four homes on the Crown Estate in Oxshott, England.
John Terry Stats
John Terry who is one of the greatest English defenders of all time made 759 appearances, scored 68 goals, and had 28 assists.
In terms of being decent, he had only received 106 yellow cards and eight red cards.
Out of the 68 goals, Terry scored 67 for Chelsea and one for Aston Villa.
For his national team, England, the defender made 87 appearances and scored six goals.
John Terry’s age
The defender was born on December 7, 1980, in Barking, England. He is currently 42 years old.
He is currently the assistant manager of Leicester City, with Dean Smith as manager. He earns $12.5 million per year.
Terry’s Net worth
Terry has a net worth of $70 million. These were obtained through his football career, coaching jobs, and investments in properties.
John Terry’s personal life
The defender got married to his childhood sweetheart, Toni, in June 2007. However, before getting married, they had twins, a boy and a girl, on May 18, 2006.
Terry was a Manchester United fan growing up before deciding to play for Chelsea.
In 2002, John Terry, his Chelsea teammate Jody Morris, and Des Byrne of Wimbledon were fined after they confronted a nightclub bouncer.
In 2009, John Terry was investigated by Chelsea and the FA for taking money from an undercover reporter for a private tour of Chelsea training grounds.
On October 23, 2011, Terry was placed under police investigation for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
The player was also banned from taking part in national team matches due to his clash with then-England left back Wayne Bridge.
Bridge refused to shake John Terry’s hands in a match, even though they are England teammates.
In 2016, the defender did humanitarian service by giving out £1,600 for the burial of an eight-year-old Chelsea fan who died from leukemia.
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