They’re jetting off around the continent for Euro 2020 – but which England stars have scored the best pads back home?
After Gareth Southgate named his final squad this week, the hopes of the Three Lions rest on the shoulders of captain Harry Kane and stars like Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford.
With Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold ruled out of the tournament with a thigh injury and Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson sparking fitness concerns, however, problems are quickly mounting up.
When they’re not travelling the world, the multi-million pound players can at least kick back in style.
Over the years, they’ve spent their huge pay checks on a dazzling array of homes, fitted with personal gyms, triple garages and, of course, plenty of framed jerseys.
From Kane’s £17million London mansion to Rashford’s swish gaff filled with trophy cabinets, take a peek inside these incredible properties.
Harry Kane £17m mansion with swanky gym and man-cave
He’s the Premier League’s leading goalscorer, and with rumours Harry Kane could leave Tottenham this summer, the striker could be in line for a huge new salary.
Yet the England skipper is hardly short of cash, with his amazing mansion costing £15,000 a week to rent.
The 27-year-old’s £17million London home comes complete with a state of the art gym and an impressive man-cave.
Kane lives with wife Katie Goodland, their two daughters – Ivy, four, and Vivienne Jane, two – and two dogs, Brady and Wilson.
Their pad is decked out with nods to his footballing career. Previously, the star has shared footage of Katie working out in a gym lined with Spurs shirts and posted a snap of his golden boot atop a Christmas tree.
In one picture, he’s seen relaxing in his man-cave with his daughter on his lap. There’s a huge TV for playing his PS4 – though the striker appears to have been bumped down to the small screen while his kid watches Peppa Pig.
Marcus Rashford’s football shrine
Macus Rashford isn’t just adored at Old Trafford – he’s won plaudits off the pitch over the last year for his inspiring campaign to end child hunger.
And giving a BR Football a tour of his house, the striker’s humble nature shines through, with constant reminders of his journey to the top of the game.
A glass cabinet under the stairs is full of boots and trophies, but his most cherished memorabilia is his collection of England caps.
“For me, the caps hold huge importance,” the 23-year-old says. “It’s not just for the first-team, they go all the way back to under-16s.”
The star also shows off a framed boot he picked up in his first season with Manchester United as they won the 2016 FA Cup final.
“It’s just something nice to have,” he says. “It’s the first trophy that I won with United, and my first trophy of my career. It’s a nice moment.”
Rashford’s kitchen sees stylish modern stools sitting next to a white table island.
Inside his fridge is a whole shelf of cheese, which he explains is mainly for his Italian girlfriend, while a swanky wine rack is filled with, erm, cans of Coca Cola.
Stepping into the gym, a framed shirt of his first game for the Red Devils can be seen alongside weights and exercise machines, including a wattbike.
He adds: “In the summer I’ll take it upstairs and do like a half an hour of spinning in the steam room. I like it.”
Raheem Sterling’s country manor with private pond
He’s blossomed into one of the Premier League’s most deadly wingers, so it’s no surprise that Raheem Sterling can afford a stunning £3.1million country home.
The Manchester City star splashed out on his five-acre Cheshire pad in 2016, living with girlfriend Paige Milian and their son Thiago.
The stunning 7,500 square-foot property comes with its own wildlife pond, boasting a paddock and a one-bedroom guest apartment.
It’s just a half-hour drive to City’s training ground, and the 26-year-old can make a quick dash in one of the cars from his triple garage.
The sleek kitchen features a huge island streching out to the garden, with enough ovens to feed the whole England team.
And if they get bored, there’s enough space in the massive five bedrooms to kick a ball around.
The impressive reception also features a glass staircase that leads to a second-floor walkway overlooking the dining room.
Luke Shaw’s gamer’s paradise
Luke Shaw reportedly moved into the Lowry Hotel in Manchester while waiting for his new mansion to be built – after selling his six-bedroom home in footballer’s paradise Cheshire in 2019.
It’s hard to see how the Man United left back, 25, could upgrade on the £2.8million property, which looks straight out of Grand Designs.
The gym room holds a huge weights rack and exercise bike looking on to a mounted TV screen.
There’s room to entertain guests in the brightly-lit kitchen, which has a pool table plonked in the middle of the floor.
A jaw-dropping games room has no less than four televisions side-by-side on the wall, with comfy armchairs to while away the hours.
But the true entertainment centre is the cinema room, which sees an endless sofa curved around a chess board – and gigantic screen.
Kyle Walker’s £3.5m home with five-aside pitch
Man City ace Kyle Walker has a truly opulent hideaway in, you guessed it, Cheshire.
The £3.5million home has a swimming pool with a waterfall, a huge marble hot tub and a five-aside football pitch.
It includes a football-themed living room, with netting over the windows and a grass-coloured carpet.
Upstairs, there are six bedrooms, including a two-storey master suite with separate dressing rooms.
According to The Sun, the right-back moved out of the property, shared with partner Annie Kilner, last year after it was revealed he was expecting a child with model Lauryn Goodman.
However, the pair have since reconciled and are set to tie the knot, with Kilner gushing on Instagram last month: “Happy birthday to my fiancé and the best daddy to our three boys.”