Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has moved his mum into a plush new home in a leafy village.
The young striker is reportedly paying £5,000 a month to rent the upmarket pad in Hale.
Boasting six bedrooms, huge bathrooms and a sauna in the garden, the house is worth £800,000.
It’s just three miles away from the council estate in Wythenshawe where the 18-year-old grew up.
The Reds striker - now earning £25,000 a week - always promised to look after single mum Melanie and his family once he made it big.
The family’s new home is a modern six bed, four bathroom detached property arranged over three floors with a hall, dining kitchen, sitting room, lounge, media room, and utility room on the ground floor.
On the first floor is a laundry room, a split-level master bedroom with dressing area and en suite shower rooms - as well as a private balcony.
A large double garage sits under the house and there is a sauna in the garden.
But the home is only a temporary measure for the family, which includes brothers Dwaine and Dane, who have moved in with mum Melanie. Marcus is having another £1m-plus home built at a ‘secret’ location nearby.