There are no indications that operation- keep your distance relationship between former Chelsea teammates John Terry and Wayne Bridge will end in the nearest future.
The two England players who made a combined 114 appearances for the Three Lions went on the war part while at the Stamford Bridge.
A well-documented tension between the pair began when it was reported that Terry was dating Bridge’s ex and the mother of his son, Vanessa Perroncel, just weeks after their separation.
The latest development according to the Sun is that Wayne Bridge has decided to sell his house after Terry reportedly moved in nearby.
The Sun reported in April that current Aston Villa assistant Terry moved into a house that’s just a few minutes’ walk from Bridge’s, in a mansion that cost the 39-year-old £4.3m.
As per the Guardian, Perroncel had insisted that nothing ever happened with Terry, the defender started visiting the ex lingerie model’s home in 2009, but Perroncel states the pair were just friends.
Wayne lives with his two children and wife Frankie Bridge in a mansion worth £5.5m and has decided to sell the house apparently to avoid close constant with Terry.
The Southampton academy graduate just wants to move on with his life and family after the ordeal.
“They are now selling their £5.5million, six-bed pad in Surrey. A source said to the Sun: “Wayne and John obviously aren’t best pals. There may be uncertainty in the market right now but Wayne and Frankie want a fresh start. They’ve decided to move not too far away from their current town to make some new memories.”
Interestingly both men were the best of friends before the scandal that was then dubbed in some quarters as the biggest scandal in football history.
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