Jose Mourinho is looking for ways to treat himself and one castle that has reportedly caught the eye of the Manchester United new boss is a Welsh countryside castle.
A local source has told the Daily Mirror that Castell Gyrn is situated near Ruthin in North-Wales and would cost Mourinho a whooping £3.9m with its unique modern interior décor.
The 1977 building is said to come with a ready fitted fire-breathing dragon that greets visitors at the entrance gates.
“Castell Gyrn is unique. He will be made very welcome if he does decide to come.
"He could come to our local village show if he is not too busy,” said the source.
The Ruthin castle is an hour's drive to Manchester United's training ground, ensuring a not too busy life for the Portuguese.
The locals seem excited as a waiter at the local Clwyd Gate restaurant, which is just around the corner from the castle, said Mourinho's arrival would give them a huge boost.
"If he moved here it would give the area a real lift. It would be great," he said.
For now, the Red Devil’s boss needs to make up his mind as he seek to move away from the busier £13m mansion in West-London of his, for the calm serenity of the Welsh countryside.