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These famous footballers are the most highly paid professionals around the globe who are worth millions of dollars each. Their homes are probably the best examples of extravagance and architectural beauty. They go for luxury and grandeur when it comes to spending on their expensive estates. We give you a countdown of the 10 most splendid homes of footballers.
10. Mario Balotelli

Super Mario’s $5 million extravagant estate is a beauty inside out. The home is the definition of sophisticated designing. The mansion sports everything luxuriant, from a home cinema to an indoor pitch or swimming pool. The exclusive property is estimated at $5 million.
9. Lionel Messi

The football shaped house on a football pitch shaped ground was specifically designed for Messi by architect Luis de Garrido. The idea shows how his life revolves around the one thing and how much it matters. Designed like a football stadium, the $5 million house is located just outside Barcelona. The home also includes a football pitch inside the house and other amenities like a spa, a private theater.
8. Gareth Bale

Gareth Bale resides in the most exclusive, high-value areas of Spain. His neighbours include Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Zinedine Zidane. The two-storey-four-bedroom house has been valued at $6.69 million. There’s an indoor pool, a gym, a six-car garage, many terraces and porches.
7. Cristiano Ronaldo

The Real Madrid superstar owns an 8600 sq. ft. lavish home in Madrid worth $7.1 million. The Portuguese star's palace, La Finca, houses seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a trophy and achievements room, a swimming pool, hot tub, basketball hoop and of course, a football pitch.
6. John Terry

The beautiful red-brick house of the Chelsea and England defender is valued at $7.5 Million. The 10 bedroom house has amenities such as electrically operated gates, a home theater which can entertain 34 people, a triple garage, massive driveway, lawn and a sun terrace.
6. John Terry

The beautiful red-brick house of the Chelsea and England defender is valued at $7.5 Million. The 10 bedroom house has amenities such as electrically operated gates, a home theater which can entertain 34 people, a triple garage, massive driveway, lawn and a sun terrace.
5. Didier Drogba

The 36-years old African football player’s mansion on an 800 sq. meter piece of land is worth $14.5 Million. His home has 8 bathrooms, seven bedrooms, additional bedrooms for children and a sports museum.
3. Wayne Rooney

The Manchester United striker has an estimated annual income of $32.6 million. It is well enough to buy a $17.8 million palace. Rooney’s enormous property houses a swimming pool, gym, a sport museum, Jacuzzi, a garden and a home theater.
2. Samuel Eto’o

Samuel Eto’o bought the Italian Villa Altachiara for $25 million. The mansion has 40 rooms on the 30,000 sq metres of land. The villa which is apparently haunted by the curse of Tutankhamun, was previously the summer home of Lord Carnarvon, who was the financial backer of Howard Carter , the man who discovered the Pharoah’s tomb in 1922. Lord Carnarvon died from a mosquito bite, followed by deaths of many others, which is why the villa is known to be jinxed by the 'Curse of the Pharaoh'.
1. David Beckham

The Beckingham Palace is the perfect family home to drool over! Beckham, the highest paid footballer of all time, purchased this $47 million mansion after marrying fame of ‘Spice Girls’, Victoria in 1991 and gave it the name ‘Beckingham Palace’. The extravagant estate is a complete package with seven bedrooms, an underground parking, hairdressing salon, recording studio, gym, snooker room, footwear room, multiple swimming pools and a massage room. The entire second floor is for their four kids.

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