Former Tottenham, Arsenal and England centre back Sol Campbell has put his London home on the market for an eye-watering £25 million.
There is also a rental option of £15,000 a week for those unable to get a mortgage in the current climate. That rent is a considerable reduction on the £75,000 weekly rate during the 2012 Olympics.
The six-story Chelsea mansion has separate accommodation for staff, a double garage and a 45-foot long garden.
The news of Campbell's house sale comes just a few days after he announced that he is considering running for the Conservative Party in an attempt to secure the "black vote", when in reality it seems that he's more interested in fighting Labour's planned mansion tax, should they win next year's UK general election.
Said Campbell to the Guardian:
[Let’s have] a conversation just to see where they want to go with things. I think something has got to be offered for me to really think about it.
I have got so much to offer. I think it is very important for the black vote. If the ‘black vote’ votes it will clearly push someone over the line. I am for getting people from my background to vote.
If I am a consultant for the government then you can do your stuff but not be left with nowhere to manoeuvre.
Sol's house is hugely impressive and in an outstandingly good location, but is it as impressive as Mesut Ozil's Bond villian-esque pad? Have a look here and decide for yourself