The Miami Beach villa that housed Al Capone’s final breaths just sold to European soccer agent , per the Miami Herald.
Riaola is bathing in cash after netting $32 million in a $143 million transfer by his esteemed client, Paul Pogba, who joined Manchester United earlier this month from Juventus.
The sale of the Palm Island crib is reportedly for north of $9 million, with the villa last changing hands in 2014 for $8 million. Capone bought the place in 1928. It has seven bedrooms and seven bathrooms with accessory buildings including a two-story pool house and two-story guest house.
Be sure to check out the picture gallery, deep dive, and video tour (below) of the infamous mobster’s former digs.