ENGLAND footie ace Jesse Lingard has sold his burglary-hit mansion two weeks after putting it on the market.

The midfielder, 29, was targeted as then-club Man United drew 2-2 with Aston Villa on January 15.

A source said that Lingard didn't feel safe in his home after break-in


A source said that Lingard didn’t feel safe in his home after break-inCredit: MatchDay Images Limited

A gang took £100,000 of gems and clothes in the raid in Bowdon, Gtr Manchester.

Lingard, who moved to Nottingham Forest in the summer, has now sold the five-bedroom home for £3.25million.

A source said: “He just wants rid of it after the break-in.

“He loved that house but didn’t feel safe after that, especially as he has a young daughter.”

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During the 2020 lockdown, Lingard offered fans a glimpse into his home as part of MTV’s Cribs.

He showed off his swimming pool, home cinema and England caps proudly on display.

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