Inside luxury German castle England’s WAGs eye for Euros at £1,750 a night

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    England’s WAGs are already looking forward to Euro 2024 in Germany after it was reported they are eyeing up a £1,750 a night luxury castle to stay in.

    Gareth Southgate will lead England into a fourth major tournament as manager and will be looking to finally end all those years of hurt following semi-final and final heartbreak during his time in the hot seat.

    While the Three Lions boss is sure to be taking in plenty of football over the festive period with him only having one more international break to nail down his final 23-man squad – which has been cut down from a 26-man roster during recent tournaments. The partners of England hopefuls have seemingly already begun their preparations.

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    After previously being restricted by strict rules during last year’s World Cup in Qatar, the WAGs look set to go all out and let their hair down with it reported by The Sun that they’re looking to book the £1,750 a night Schlosshotel resort in Kronberg, near the city of Frankfurt.

    According to The Sun, a source claimed: “They (the WAGs) have hired a personal travel planner. They’re actually toying with the idea of a German castle. They’re keen to let their hair down after being restricted in Qatar.”

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    Rules in Qatar saw the travelling band of WAGs banned from drinking, told to dress modestly and warned not to play loud music. However, in Germany next summer, they will have their freedom back.

    But Southgate will be hoping it isn’t to the level of the notorious carnage that the likes of Posh Spice, Cheryl and Coleen Rooney got up to in Baden-Baden during the 2006 World Cup. Drunk dancing on tables, sky-high hotel bills and even a drug scandal rocked the England camp who were dumped out in the controversial quarter-final defeat against Portugal that saw Wayne Rooney sent off and the infamous Cristiano Ronaldo wink.

    The Three Lions will also be heading for luxury in Germany but at a much more reasonable price than their partners. England are set to stay in the £300 a night Spa & Golf Resort Weimarer Land in Blankenhain, East Germany. The hotel boasts seven restaurants and even a robotic waiter known as Robbie.

    • Gareth Southgate
    • World Cup
    • WAGs
    • England Football Team

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