The huge and decent earnings of footballers grant them the audacity to exemplify lavish spending, and also enable them to sustain every aspect of their luxuriant existence. Their homes will tell you more of how big they live. Most of the homes are unarguably luxurious. Featuring all sorts of amenities that excessively guarantee comfort. Such homes are better named ‘Palace’, for truly they are palaces where kings hiding behind the veils of footballers live.
Now, let the homes tell the story of how extreme footballers can spend their money. Here is a top 12 list of homes owned by footballing luminaries.
12. Andres Iniesta
Home Value: $4.6 million
Interestingly, strange unseen and unknown beings equally love Andres’ home. It was said that the home is haunted and thus has been speculated to be on sale. According to Epl Laliga, his home is valued at $4.6 million and has Iniesta’s name and jersey number engraved near the main door. Records reported that the home was lavishly built in 2005 to boast of 5 bedrooms, a swimming pool, and a chapel. Andres Iniesta is a Spanish soccer player, who plays as a mild-fielder for Barcelona and Spanish national football team. He was acknowledged as the best play-maker in 2012 and 2013, as well, the best player of the year in the Spanish football league in 2009.
11. Mario Balotelli
Home Value: $5 million
Mario Baloteli is a 25-year old Italian soccer player. He plays for Liverpool and strikes for the Italian national football team. He’s popularly known as ‘Super Mario’ and ‘Bad Italian Boy’ mainly because of his unpredictable ability to change the fate of a game, the player is considered a huge asset to the teams he plays for. Like all the other footballers named here, Balotelli has a villa for a home. Beautified with an indoor pitch, pool, and equipped with any other social amenities you can think of. Sportbible reported that Balotelli was rumored to have bought a home for £4.75 Million on his return to Premier League. That is approximately $5.34 Million.