MailOnline can reveal that the prestigious six-bedroom home, which initially had an asking price of £5million, is in the process of being sold by estate agents Savills after the footballer was forced to dramatically slash the price.
The stunning 11,000 sq ft home, which features a cinema room, football pitch and swimming pool, had been accepting offers over £4million but is now advertised as 'under offer'.
It comes months after the High Court heard that the 29-year-old French defender was selling up the mansion and chasing millions of pounds in back pay from Man City to avoid bankruptcy.
We can also reveal that the footballer will face a virtual bankruptcy hearing at 12pm on Monday - six months after HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) said it was seeking a bankruptcy order on the back of two criminal trials.
Mendy was found not guilty of one count of rape and one count of attempted rape in a retrial at Chester Crown Court last July. He had previously been cleared of six counts of rape and one charge of sexual assault against five women last January.
Former Manchester City footballer Benjamin Mendy is pictured arriving at Chester Crown Court in July 2023
The six-bedroom Cheshire mansion where he held lockdown parties with girls has come under offer for £4million as he faces bankruptcy
Since being cleared, Mendy has made a return to football, signing for French Ligue 1 team Lorient (pictured)
The trial heard Mendy, who joined City in 2017, had a hard-partying lifestyle, clubbing two or three times a week as well as inviting numerous young women to his home and frequently having sex with more than one on the same night.
Some of the parties which led to the offences Mendy was charged with even took place while he was being treated for a knee injury between October and November 2020 and in breach of Covid rules which were then in place.
Giving evidence in court, Mendy – who spent time in prison on remand after being charged - said: 'I was enjoying the house, I was enjoying the women.
'I was so happy to be here, so excited. At the time, I was not thinking about what was bad – the parties, the Covid rules – I was on the train going fast and kept going until I went to prison. That was the first time I was really alone and had time to think about everything.'
His Cheshire home in the village of Mottram St Andrew is described by estate agents Savills as 'one of the finest contemporary homes in Cheshire'.
The 'amazing 11,000sq-ft residence' is set in over 1.75 acres of grounds and boasts six bedroom suites, an open plan living area, games room, home cinema, swimming pool, steam room, gym and spa.
Estate agents Savills, which are marketing the under offer property, said: 'This impressive home was built about 15 years ago and has been upgraded twice in intervening years.'
Among the highlights are 'an enormous principal bedroom suite with a vaulted bedroom area, a fitted dressing room and a large en-suite bathroom.'
His prestigious former home in the village of Mottram St Andrew (pictured) features a swimming pool and gym
The property was bought by Mendy from cricketing legend Andrew Flintoff in 2018 for £4.8million. Pictured: The kitchen diner
Potential selling points for buyers are in proximity to leading private schools, 'good restaurants and bistros' in nearby Prestbury, and 'lovely walks in the surrounding countryside'
The garden includes a 'sports pitch, basketball area, extensive terraces and an outside kitchen/entertaining area'.
The property was bought by Mendy from cricketing legend Andrew Flintoff in 2018 for £4.8m.
Flintoff, who never lived at the house, bought it for £1.8million in 2008 and spent two years rebuilding the property – before renting it out.
His tenants included former footballer Peter Crouch and wife Abbey Clancy.
The house is in one of the most exclusive roads in Cheshire's so-called 'golden triangle', made up of villages between Prestbury, Alderley Edge and Wilmslow.
Neighbours on the lane have included former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney, before he and his family moved to a newly-built £20m mansion nearby.
Since being cleared, Mendy has made a return to football, signing for French Ligue 1 team Lorient.
But amid the battle to get his life and career back on track, Mendy is still facing a huge bankruptcy saga.
At a hearing in London on August 9 2023, Jacquille Jarrett, representing HMRC, said proceedings at the Insolvency and Companies Court had previously been postponed pending the outcome of the criminal trial and for a settlement of Mendy's debt from backdated salary or the sale of his property.
The house which includes a gym, pool and spa is in one of the most exclusive roads in Cheshire's so-called 'golden triangle'
Among the highlights are 'an enormous principal bedroom suite with a vaulted bedroom area, a fitted dressing room (pictured) and a large en-suite bathroom.'
'There has been no contact from the debtor,' Jarrett said, adding: 'The agreement advises that an update would be given to HMRC but no contact was made.
'We look to secure a bankruptcy order today.'
Mendy's accountant, who refused to give reporters his full name, told the hearing the Lorient defender 'was found not guilty in respect of those very serious criminal charges against him'.
He said Manchester City had not paid Mendy, who was not present at the hearing, since September 2021.
The accountant said Mendy's agent is 'in negotiations with Manchester City to get the back pay on the basis that he has been found not guilty'.
The sum is 'in the order of nine to 10 million pounds gross', the accountant told the court.
He also said Mendy's house in Cheshire was being marketed by estate agent Savills for £5million, which has since dropped to £4million.
'He himself has moved back to France where he comes from,' the accountant said.
'I would like to ask for a short extension because I am told very firmly by his agent that the pay issue will be resolved from Manchester City.
Mendy's (pictured) exclusive Cheshire mansion went on the market for £5million but has been slashed to £4million
'He was very short of money indeed, the cost of the legal case were over one million pounds.'
Judge Clive Jones told the hearing that Mendy's HMRC debt is £788,409.
Criticising Mendy, the judge said: 'I'm very unimpressed at the lack of information that's been provided both to HMRC and to the court prior to this hearing.
'That, I really think, is the wrong step for him to take,' he said, adding that Mendy must attend any further hearing or be legally represented.
The judge adjourned the bankruptcy proceedings to October 4 to allow Mendy to sell his house.
Records show that Mendy did attend a virtual hearing on October 4 and will have another on February 5.
Deputy Insolvency and Companies Court Judge Curl KC will preside over the hearing at the The Rolls Building, a judicial court complex in the City of London used by the High Court.
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