- Fellaini purchased the property in 2013 after signing for Manchester United from Everton
- The luxurious mansion boasts incredible features including an indoor swimming pool
- The midfielder has now put up the property for sale, having sealed a move to China
Former Manchester United star, Marouane Fellaini, has reportedly slashed the price of his Manchester home after failing for months to find a buyer.
Fellaini is seeking to offload the luxurious mansion after sealing a move to Chinese Super League side, Shangong Lueneng, in February.
The towering midfielder acquired the property at £2 million in 2013 after joining Manchester United and had set its selling price at £2.12 million.
The Belgian is said to have put it in the market on November 2018 after his future at Old Trafford grew increasingly bleak.
Unable to find a potential buyer for that long, Fellaini has now slashed the price by £125,000 for the property that boasts exclusive features.
The six-bedroom home has a home cinema, a heated indoor swimming pool with a sauna and hot tub as well as a gym.
Interestingly, the former Everton midfielder converted one of the bedrooms in the incredible property into a hair salon to keep his locks on fleek.
The large open plan living room has a table tennis table and a magnificent wooden spiral staircase that leads down into a modern dining area.
Meanwhile, the 87-capped Belgian has started two Chinese Super League games and two AFC Champions League games in central midfield for his new club, with two wins in the league.
The 31-year-old has since retired from international football, having announced his retirement at the start of March in an emotional Instagram post:
"After twelve years of representing Belgium at the highest level, I have decided to retire from senior international football,.
"It has not been an easy decision for me and not one I take lightly, however I feel that the time is right for me to step down and allow the next generation of Belgian players to continue this very successful period in Belgian football history."
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