England squad and manager Southgate rake in cash from off-pitch investments

It's home wins all the way for canny England footballers.

Three Lions stars and their boss Gareth Southgate are doing the business off as well as on the pitch.

Most of the team have laid solid ­foundations for life after the ­beautiful game by starting property firms.

And that is before the players tap their following on social media and cash in with lifestyle and clothing brands.

Southgate, 49, runs MAS Investment Holdings Ltd with his wife Alison.

And it is a tactic that is so successful the rest of the team have adopted it.

Everton goalie Jordan Pickford’s England place may be in danger but off the field his future looks as safe as houses.

He has three firms. One to look after investments, one to take in cash from deals and one to develop land.

The defence is also looking solid from a business point of view.

Aston Villa’s England new boy Tyrone Mings, 27, runs T1 Developments Ltd and Kyle Walker, 29, is boss of Walker Family Investments and has invested in bricks and ­mortar.

Man City team-mate John Stones, 25, has homes firm CMS Property.

A midfield five of Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson, Dele Alli, Mason Mount and Jesse Lingard are showing plenty of flair and control.

Man City’s Sterling, 25, has just splashed out more than £1million on a street of houses for rent.

He and fiancée Paige Milian own six new two-bedroom homes in Stockport, and are asking £750 a month.

Liverpool ’s Henderson, 29, paid £4million for a block called Canute Court in leafy Knutsford, Cheshire.

Spurs’ Alli, 23, founded Future Homes Investments Ltd in 2016 and has bought four pads close to his home town of Milton Keynes, Beds.

He also owns a £2.5million place in Hertfordshire.

Chelsea star Mason Mount is only 21 but started his property firm Stone Elite Property Ltd three years ago.

Man Utd’s Lingard, 27, has his own clothes fashion brand JLINGZ.

England skipper Harry Kane, 26, has added £3 million in property investments.

Meanwhile Man Utd’s Marcus Rashford, 22, also has a property ­development company and plans to launch his own clothing brand.

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