MANCHESTER United legend Phil Neville has finally sold his flash penthouse after 13 years on the market.
The footie star, 46, first tried to flog the stunning three-storey four-bed flat in 2010.
It was then refurbished, redecorated and put back on the market once again in 2020 but the Inter Miami CF coach was forced to reduce the price three times.
He cut the asking price by £500,000 when he put it on the market for a second time in July 2020.
He then slashed it by £750,000 in March 2021 and it was lowered again on Boxing Day last year bringing it down to £2 million.
A source said: “Phil is delighted it’s finally sold.
“He enjoyed living there but it’s taken a long time so he just wants rid of it now.
“He’s just keeping his fingers crossed the sale goes through.”
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The flat, named the Orchid Suite, spans 4,400sq ft and boasts panoramic views of the city centre skyline.
Considered one of Manchester’s best developments, the property has a curved entrance hall, a spiral staircase and a swimming pool and hot tub, while each floor has its own private terrace.
The apartment also comes with five secure parking spaces and a separate lock-up garage.
Julie has previously said: “Having lived in the apartment for four years as a family, we can vouch for its superb location.”
It comes after Neville sold his six-bedroom mansion in Hale, Greater Manchester, for a whopping £5.25 million in May 2021.