The two old houses and three old cars of DIEGO MARADONA are whipped at auction.
The football legend’s pad called Villa Devoto in Buenos Aires, Argentina has a reserve of Â£ 650,000.
He bought the luxurious six-bedroom property while playing for Boca Juniors early in his playing career.
He is located in an upscale district of the capital in his native country.
It also has a garage for three cars and a swimming pool.
A second property also comes under the hammer on Sunday and is expected to bring in at least Â£ 45,000.
The more modest second home is a two-bed house and is located in the seaside resort of Mar de Plata.
Maradona vehicles are also sold, including a black BMW 750I which is expected to cost Â£ 165,000.
Other vehicles include a black BMW M4 – with bids set from Â£ 122,000.
A silver Hyundai H1 minivan he was driven in by his entourage is expected to cost at least Â£ 28,000.
They are among 87 objects belonging to 1986 World Cup winner Maradona, who died in November last year at the age of 60.
The Hand of God star suffered a heart attack two weeks after undergoing brain surgery.
A judge overseeing the big footy’s estate has granted his children the right to sell them.
Maradona had five legitimate children – Diego Jnr, 34, Dalma, 32, Giannina, 31, Jana, 23, and Diego Fernando, seven.
But he also has seven more claiming that they are his offspring as well.
Damaris Maradona, 36, Magali Gil, 25, Eugenia Laprovittola, 25, Santiago Lara, 19 and the âCuban Trioâ of Joana, Lu and Javielito.
He earned over Â£ 30million during his career but only had Â£ 70,000 to his name when he died.
Other items bizarrely include some workout equipment – like an exercise bike and a treadmill.
There are also pieces of his old furniture – including a yellow armchair and ottoman – as well as artwork by him.
Some of Maradona’s older football shoes and jerseys are also auctioned off by Adrian Mercado Auctions and take place in the Argentine capital.
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