LIVERPOOL’s Jordan Henderson spends millions on a mansion – with a “trophy corridor”.
But there could be a gaping hole if the Premier League leaders eliminated the season against Covid-19.
Reds captain Henderson, 29 – campaigning for Premier League players to donate £ 4 million to the NHS – also has a battle to get the proposals to local officials.
The parish council of the village of Cheshire blasted the design of seven rooms, which has an indoor pool, for being like a “hotel complex”.
He also opposes the plans of the Englishman Henderson, married and father of three, who “seek to demolish two important houses”.
A letter of objection stated that the appearance “looks more like a commercial or industrial building than a home.”
Drawings by architect Wake Morley reveal that the house has a recreation room and a roof to attract wildlife and a movie theater.
Two guest rooms above the garage are connected to the house by a glass walkway.
The field will also include a tennis court, a giant patio and a barbecue area.
The East Cheshire Council is expected to make a decision next month.