Celtic player Charlie Mulgrew has listed his family mansion on the market following his signing for Blackburn Rovers.
The footballer, his wife Alanna and their three children moved down south last month following his transfer to the English Championship side.
The six bedroom mansion in the opulrnt Woodilee Village in Lenzie, East Dunbartonshire has been listed on the property market with a £600,000 price tag.
The luxury property boasts six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a balcony and a walk-in dressing room, as well as a generous garden and double garage.
The couple bought the property in 2013 for £655,000.
Lenzie estate agents Town and Country have listed the property and are looking for offers over 595,000.
The Scotland International grew up not far from the property in Kirkintilloch.
He returned to Celtic in 2010, after he turned professional in 2002 through their youth academy.
He signed for English side Blackburn Rovers in August 2016.