- England international Jordan Pickford splashed £2.1 million on a mansion for himself and his partner Megan
- The goalkeeper was superb for the Three Lions in their Russia 2018 campaign which ended on Sunday
- Gareth Southgate's men finished fourth in the competition after losing 3rd place match to Belgium
Just few days after 2018 FIFA World Cup, Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has bought himself a £2.1 million luxury mansion.
The 24-year-old was impressive for the Three Lions during their Russia 2018 campaign which ended without winning silverware.
He however will move into his new home in Cheshire with his fiancee Megan Davison few months after getting engaged.
The five-bedroom mansion has a home cinema, Jacuzzi and overlooks a golf course, meanwhile he was said to have popped the question in May while on holiday in Barbados.
Davison has been Pickford's childhood heartrob and she graduated from the University of Sunderland last year.
The duo have been together since the age of 14 after meeting in school back then, and the 22-year-old was a keen supporter of Pickford and the Three Lions as they reached the semi-finals of this summer's World Cup.
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NAIJ.com previously reported that England's dreams of winning their second FIFA World Cup title came to an end on Wednesday following their 2-1 defeat to Croatia at the Luzhiniki Stadium in Russia.
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The Three Lions took the lead after just five minutes into the game after powering a dead ball into the back of Subasic's net.
However, goals from Mario Mandzikic and Ivan Perisic ensured the 1966 champions endure their second defeat of the competition.
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