Harry Maguire was staying at an £29,000-a-week luxury villa on Mykonos that boasted eight bedrooms and an infinity pool before being arrested after a brawl.
The Manchester United captain is appealing a guilty conviction of aggravated assault, resisting arrest and bribery following the altercation on the Greek island.
It has seen the 27-year-old cut short his holiday, flying back to Britain earlier this week.
And images have emerged of the incredible villa Maguire left behind while his lawyers took on the court case on the neighbouring island of Syros.
The Englishman was staying at the luxury villa that overlooks the island’s two most famous beaches, Paradise and Paraga.
While famous beach bar restaurants Scorpios Mykonos, Kalua and Santana are all nearby.
Maguire was staying with friends and family at the villa – and he could fir them all in easily as the £29,000-a-week villa has eight bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms.
While the property also boasts a large outdoor area, with the choice of a private infinity pool or a relaxation pool overlooking the islands of Naxos, Paros and Antiparos.
And residents can get a closer view of the islands as a private path leads to the sea and docks.
The villa also boasts two separate buildings with living rooms, dining rooms and sitting rooms as well as fully-equipped kitchens.
Christina, a maid who emerged from the property, confirmed it was called Villa Paradise Gem last week.
Speaking to MailOnline, the maid said: “They were here last week but I haven’t seen Harry Maguire or any of the others since the weekend.
“They were very nice people and appeared to be having a great time, as most people do when they stay here.”
Despite Maguire’s struggles on the Greek island, the defender will not lose his captaincy at United.
The club said in a statement earlier this week: "In accordance with the Greek judicial process, the filing of an appeal extinguishes the initial court verdict and nullifies the conviction.
“This means that Harry has no criminal record and is once again presumed innocent until proven guilty."
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