“The Palace of the King of Chelsea”, Drogba puts his luxury house for sale, which costs millions of euros
The legend of Chelsea, Didier Drogba, has put up for sale his luxurious residence, in which he stayed during his time with the Londoners.
Widely regarded as one of the greatest players in Chelsea history, Drogba made 381 appearances for the Blues over two different spells and scored 164 goals. With Chelsea, he won four championship titles in the Premier League, one in the Champions League, as well as four FA Cups and three League Cups – reports Rhewal.
However, despite his second spell at Stamford Bridge ending in 2015, the former striker continues to own a home on the Crown Estate in Oxshott – which is close to Chelsea’s Cobham training ground.
The Crown Estate, named after it was once hunting land owned by the Crown, is considered one of the most prestigious and exclusive areas in the south of England. The area is surrounded by open fields and woodland, while being close to some of Surrey’s best schools.
Now, the 44-year-old is selling the mansion, which includes six bedrooms, seven bathrooms, five living rooms, an entertainment complex and a large swimming pool – reported “Daily Mail”.
Drogba’s property is 11 thousand square meters and is valued at 6.25 million pounds. /Express newspaper/