Ex-Pompey star Sol Campbell is selling his London home for £25m.
The former Fratton defender has put the price tag on the six-bedroom house wihich overlooks the River Thames at Albert Bridge.
According to the John D. Wood estate agency, the property boasts five bathrooms, a drawing room, library, dining room and a separate mews home.
The listed building has been revamped by Campbell’s wife, Fiona Barrett-Campbell, who is an interior designer.
The house is alternatively available to rent through Knight Frank for £15,000 a week.
Campbell has put it on the market shortly after criticising porposals for a ‘mansion tax.’
The ex-England star said the levy would be a ‘cheap and easy way to extract money from individuals who have done well.’
Campbell played 95 games for Pompey from 2006–2009