After the collapse of the trial involving Ryan Giggs and his former girlfriend, Kate Greville, the former Wales coach has looked to leave that stage of his life behind by selling the £1.7million mansion where the pair lived.
Situated in Worsley, Giggs is understood to have owned the property for around 20 years, stretching way back into his career as a player for Manchester United.
Yet, with the accusation of a head-butt towards his former lover inside the mansion, Giggs is thought to have considered it to hold too many painful memories and he has sold it.
In a report published by The Sun, Giggs actually put the mansion on sale in March of 2021, but struggled to complete a sale.
Eventually, a buyer was found and the deal was finalised in June 2022, just weeks before his trial over the alleged domestic assault began.
Given the high-profile nature of the case and the fact that the jury's inability to find a consensus saw the trial collapse, it may yet be the case that Giggs will face a retrial.
A decision on that matter will be made between September 5 and September 9 2022.
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