Living LARGE: Inside Manchester United legend’s lavish mansion brimming with luxury brands
Phil Neville is currently bidding for World Cup glory in France with his England Women's team.
But once the Manchester United legend is done with his title-chasing exploits, he'll have a plush mansion to return home to.
Neville, whose brother is fellow United hero and Sky Sports pundit Gary, shares the flash home with his wife Julie and their children Harvey and Isabella.
The Neville family moved into their new home in 2015 after putting their previous millionaire pad in Hale on the market for £4.5million.
The former footballer and his wife have been busy making their new mansion as homely as possible, and have been tracking their progress on social media.
Julie has regularly posted pictures on her Instagram account, giving an insight into the flashy life they enjoy when back in England.
One post shows the comfortable living area which includes a huge sofa and an open-plan dining area which is fitted with a state-of-art kitchen.
Another snap displays pictures hanging on the wall, including a number of family portraits, snaps of his famous brother Gary and memories from his playing days.
The happy couple also boasts a huge walk-in wardrobe, with one snap appearing to show Phil's collection of snazzy shirts.
Neville took on his first managerial post when he was appointed to lead England's women's team in January 2018.
The Lionesses have subsequently had 12 victories and four draws in 20 matches under the boss and they won the She Believes Cup earlier this year.
They got their World Cup campaign off to a winning start by beating Scotland in their opening group fixture on Sunday.
Following that 2-1 triumph, Neville and his Women's team now turn their attention to a feisty encounter with Argentina on Friday night.
During his playing career, Neville represented United and Everton while also earning 59 caps for England.
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