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While Rodgers' mansion costs £4m, this is what United's Ferguson's home worths

The Manchester United legendary manager is unable to sell his luxury house

By Mario Perez

Sir Alex Ferguson is trying to sell his luxury mansion in Cheshire following the death of his wife.
Sir Alex Ferguson is trying to sell his luxury mansion in Cheshire following the death of his wife.
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Manchester United's legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson would be facing a major problem off the pitch, as according to the British media the Scottish coach would have been unable to sell his luxury house in Cheshire, a near area of Manchester where he used to live with his wife Cathy.

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Following these sources, Sir Alex Ferguson would have tried to sell the property following the recent death of his wife, but the manager wouldn’t have been lucky in the process, as the luxury mansion would have been too glamorous to find the expected buyers, which would have forced the coach to reduce the asking price for it.

As a part of the process, it would have been revealed Ferguson's asking price for the house, and some images of the building would have been uncovered by the English journal The Sun, which had previously revealed the mansion of the former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers in that same area of Cheshire.

Rodgers’ mansion would be worth £4 million and would have been bought in the summer of 2022, coming with five bedrooms, a gym, landscaped gardens, a double garage and a bar area, also featuring CCTV, underfloor heating, air conditioning in most of the bedrooms, electronically operated blinds and speakers in the ceilings, but it could be still really far from Sir Alex Ferguson’s house.

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What’s Ferguson’s mansion worth?

The Manchester United former boss would have moved to a £1.2m house near to his son Darren so he could be closer to his grandchildren in the village of Goostrey, Cheshire, while he tries to sell his house, worth £4 m, coming with five-bedroom home comes complete with a stylish open plan kitchen and games room, but after struggling to shift the property, he reduced the price to £3.25m last week in a bid to offload it.

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