Phil Neville has put his Manchester penthouse on the market again after Morgan Schneiderlin moved out.
The stunning three-floor city centre apartment was up for sale for £4million in 2013, reports the Manchester Evening News.
However, the asking price for the four-bedroom penthouse was then slashed by £250,000 to £3.75m, in an effort to secure a sale, but unable to find a buyer Neville rented the plush pad out for a reported £15,000 per month.
It is understood that former Manchester United midfielder Schneiderlin had, until recently, been renting the property from Neville.
However, after failing to make an impression on new manager Jose Mourinho, the Frenchman followed in Neville’s footsteps and made the move to Everton.
Now back on the market, Neville has dropped the price to a cool £3.5m.
Boasting four double bedrooms overlooking the city and amazing views above the clouds, it’s not hard to see why the price tag is so high.
And despite not having a garden, there are three terraces with unrivalled views of the city – provided it’s sunny that is.
The 44th floor is made up of three double bedrooms, a private cinema room and office and walk-in wardrobe.
Upstairs, on the 45th, there is an open-plan living area, which wraps around three sides of the tower, including a modern kitchen-diner and spacious living room.
The master suite is found on the 46th floor of the apartment and comes complete with an en-suite bathroom, with his and hers showers and a walk-in dressing room.
The property also comes with five parking spaces, his and hers dressing rooms and an office.
A spectacular draping chandelier cascades down the central staircase, running through all three floors.
The chic city centre pad is on the market with Braemar estate agents.
Neville, who now works as a pundit, has another property in Hale, which has been on the market for some time, which he also currently rents out.
Previously he struggled to sell the family’s former Rossendale home for more than a year, eventually dropping the asking price from £4m to £3.5m.
The M.E.N. has approached Neville for a comment.