Claudio Ranieri’s four bedroom house in the Stoneygate area of Leicester has been put on the market for £695,000.
Estate agents James Sellicks, who are selling the property, said Ranieri was selling the home as he was “moving on to new adventures”.
The agents describe the house as “unassuming yet stylish”, much like the man himself. The detached property has been refurbished and offers three reception rooms, three bathrooms and retains some original period features.
The detached property is relatively modest compared to the homes of some top players and managers.
On its website, James Sellicks said: “Ranieri’s status as the most successful City manager of all time is without question.”
“Unfortunately the Club and Claudio parted ways in February this year and after taking a well-deserved break, he is now ready for a return to management which means he is moving onto new adventures and selling the home which served as his base here.”
Well, all we can say is Farewell Claudio and thanks for all the great memories.