John Terry’s alleged brand new £4.35 million mansion is close to that of former Chelsea teammate, Wayne Bridge.
The Aston Villa assistant shared a dressing room with the retired left-back for six years at Stamford Bridge.
And now it appears that the duo have been reunited in Surrey, with both their homes overlooking the English countryside, according to The Sun.
The two have a colourful past that dates back to their days at Chelsea.
In 2010, it was alleged that Terry, married to Toni, seduced Vanessa Perroncel just weeks after the French model had split with Bridge.
The two, who have a son called Jayden together, had been in a relationship for four years before she left the ex-Southampton star.
Terry was accused of wooing Perroncel after comforting her over the break-up, while details were initially kept quiet with a super-injunction.
However, the court order was lifted a week later as the bombshell claims rocked the footballing world.
Perroncel has always denied any relationship with Terry, while tensions between the two players came to a head in February 2010 on the pitch.
With Bridge plying his trade for Manchester City, the England international snubbed Terry in the pre-match handshakes.
He has since married The Saturday’s member Frankie Sandford.
The couple have two children together, Parker and Carter.
Terry reportedly bought his seven-bedroom house in the summer, with a source telling The Sun: “It’s going to be pretty hard for them not to bump into each other. They are literally just a few minutes walk apart. It could make an awkward meeting.”
Bridge bought his property two years ago with Frankie and it has a similar design to Terry’s.
The Chelsea legend’s property reportedly has a library, study, swimming pool and tennis court and also a stables.