The Parkhead chairman paid £3.95 million for the expensive property on an exclusive street in Wilmslow, Cheshire, in the summer of 2022.
Brendan Rodgers, Celtic manager, has reduced the price of his luxurious English property by £200,000 as he seeks to sell it.
The Parkhead executive, 51, paid £3.95 million for the expensive property on an exclusive street in Wilmslow, Cheshire, in the summer of 2022.
He listed the house for sale in August for offers over £4.2 million, but after failing to find a buyer, he cut the asking price to £4 million.
The magnificent residence features five bedrooms, a gym, landscaped grounds, a double garage, and a bar area.
It also includes CCTV, underfloor heating, air conditioning in the majority of the bedrooms, electronically controlled blinds, and ceiling speakers.
Planning approval has also been given for ‘leisure amenities’ to be built.
Sofia Da Silva, a property agent, stated, “Every part of this property is finished exceptionally and is immaculately presented to a very high standard.”
A description of the house was complemented by the following: “An exceptional double gable-fronted contemporary residence finished to an uncompromising standard located on one of Wilmslow’s most prestigious roads.”
Last November, following the death of his beloved wife Cathy, legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson listed his property on the same block for sale for £3.5 million.
Rodgers was the victim of a horrific heist at his £1.6 million property in Bearsden, outside Glasgow, in 2019, just after leaving Celtic.
He was not present on the premises, but his family was forced to hide in a bathroom when criminals stormed in and stole medals.
Rodgers won back-to-back trebles in his first term at Glasgow and had seven titles in total before leaving for Leicester in February 2019.
He led the Midlands team to the UEFA Europa League and FA Cup, but departed after a string of dismal performances. Rodgers returned Celtic to replace Ange Postecoglou, who had left for Tottenham.