SIR ALEX FERGUSON will be hoping his new neighbour isn’t a noisy one – after Liverpool star Andy Robertson moved into his road.
The Scottish left-back has splashed out £3.3million on a new mansion not far from the Manchester United legend.
Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has moved into Sir Alex Ferguson’s road
Fergie has been joined in Wilmslow by his fellow Scot RobertsonCredit: Getty Images – Getty
The two clubs are of course great rivals, but at least the pair can chat about their Scottish roots if Premier League talk gets too heated.
And Robertson isn’t the only Liverpool star to move into the leafy Wilmslow road.
The England star splashed out £3.8 million on a stunning property in August last year with his pop star partner.
They entertained fans in self-isolation with fun dance moves on their swish marble stairs.
And with regards to having Fergie as a new neighbour, a source said: “Sir Alex is a big fan of football as everyone knows, but no one is sure what he makes of Little Mix’s music.”
In 2012 Sir Alex admitted he had an iPod which was full of hits from the likes of Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole and Willie Nelson.
Robertson will be hoping to be out and about enjoying the delights of Wilmslow soonCredit: Alamy
It’s not yet known how Robertson’s music will fit in on the plush road in Cheshire.
Roberton’s career has really taken off since he made a bargain £10million move from Hull to Liverpool in 2017.
He is one of the first name’s on manager Jurgen Klopp‘s team-sheet, and has been talked about as one of the best left-backs in Europe.
Fergie has already had his ‘noise’ problems on the road.
But planners decided to allow the scheme.
Three football stars will be in a hair’s breadth of each otherCredit: Alamy
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