Footballer John Terry has retired £500,000 from his UK home and a six-bedroom house in the village of Oxshott is asking £5m.

John Terry is a retired English footballer and current captain of Chelsea Football Club. And the England national team has had millions of pounds slashed off the price of his Surrey mansion for his successful career.

Mr Terry, 39, cut £500,000 ($615,000) from the price difference in early June, bringing the asking price to £5 million, Mr

documents show.

According to the Savills listing, the six-bedroom house is in a prime location in the village of Oxshott, about 20 miles from central London, and is about 8,000 square meters. The retailer could not immediately be reached for comment.

Spacious interiors include sleek laminate flooring, black kitchens and gray marble bathrooms. It also has a gray carpeted staircase, French doors, large windows and a "beautiful" master bedroom with a balcony and dressing area, the listing says.

Outside, pool and shower combined with barbecue kitchen and garden and green area with three terraces.

Records show that defendant and his wife, Toni, sold the home in 2014 for $4.35 million.

The couple also bought a brick and stone house outside the nearby village of Cobham for £4.35m last year. The house has seven bedrooms, a tennis court, zoo and swimming pool.

Mr Terry played for Chelsea for nearly two decades and was considered the team's best manager. Under his leadership, the club won five Premier League titles, four FA Cups, the UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Champions League - the most prestigious club competition in European football.

He is currently an assistant manager at Aston Villa in Birmingham, where he spent the final stint of his career before retiring in 2018. Terry could not be reached for this story.

The first date is the price change.

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