FORMER England and Manchester United footballer Phil Neville is moving house for the first time in 20 years… and he’s set his sights on Spain.
Neville – who has taken a coaching job at Valencia – split his professional career between Manchester United and Everton, meaning he never had to move home.
Determined to integrate into the Spanish way of life, Neville’s family have begun an intensive language course to get them up to speed.
“I always wanted to play abroad but it didn’t happen so this is the next best thing,” Neville said.
“I want to experience a new culture, learn a new language, see how football works in Spain and I am determined to integrate successfully into Spanish life.”
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