PHIL NEVILLE has been forced to slash a whopping £1.25MILLION off the asking price of his luxury Manchester apartment.
The former Man Utd star, 44, originally put his Deansgate flat up for sale in 2013 for the princely sum of £4m.
Having already slashed the asking price TWICE, Neville is now willing to accept offers of £2.75m having joined David Beckham at Inter Miami.
Neville agreed to become head coach of the MLS side owned by his ex-team-mate in January.
Now living and working in Florida, the former England Lionesses coach is desperate to get rid of his Manchester pad.
Neville already has a sprawling £5.25m home in Hale, Cheshire – with the flat surplus to requirements.
The incredible 'triplex' apartment boasts four beautiful bedrooms and three bathrooms, spread across THREE stories on the 44th, 45th and 46th floor of the building.
The 4,448 sq ft property features unparalleled views of the Manchester skyline from that height, with floor to ceiling glass windows throughout.
The master bedroom at the flat boasts a walk-in wardrobe, expansive en-suite with his and hers basins and oval-shaped bath.
The home also features private terraces to enjoy some much-needed fresh air, a utility room and a home office.
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There is a separate garage lock-up to safely park the cars.
The building is also home to a Hilton hotel, which allows residents throughout the tower to use its luxurious facilities such as pool, gym and bar for an extra fee.
But for now, it remains one of two properties struggling to sell in the UK.
As well as the flat, Neville is finding it hard to sell his Hale home.
That stunning six bedroom property boasts its own swimming pool, mini-football pitch, gym, games room, cinema, underground car park and a steel-lined panic room.
The Class of 92 star Neville previously tried to sell the 10,000 sq ft property for £4.5m in 2015 when he moved to Valencia as assistant to his brother Gary.
But it failed to sell and Phil, wife Julie and their two children moved back into the property when they returned to the UK.
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