John Terry has slashed half a million pounds off the price of his mansion because of the coronavirus pandemic after putting it on the market for £5.5million in March.
The six-bedroom home, which Terry bought from golfer Colin Montgomerie for £2.5 million, has a pool and an outdoor kitchen.
His wife Toni is reportedly keen to move away from the six-bedroom Surrey house, after it was targeted by burglars in 2017.
Their family home was burgled by four Arsenal fans back in February 2017 after Terry, 39, shared an Instagram picture from the family’s skiing holiday.
Darren Eastaugh, 30, Joshua Sumer, 27, Roy Head, 28, and Oliver Hart, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit burglary between February 1 and March 27.
The conspiracy involved seven burglaries across Surrey and Sussex earlier this year, with a total lost from all of them was £600,000. All four were jailed for a total of 27 years and 11 months at Kingston Crown Court.
Terry – who has a property empire in Oxshott, Surrey, thought to be worth £47 million – put the luxurious pad on the market. The home, marketed by estate agent Savills, has already had £500,000 slashed from the price.