Who gave John Terry £16 million?

A Middle East spy chief who bought a palatial property in the UK from former England and Chelsea football captain John Terry is being accused of corruption and human rights abuses.

General Sultan bin Mohammed al-Naamani paid former England and Chelsea football captain John Terry £16-million for a palatial property in the UK, bagging nine bedrooms and a lake.

Now questions are being asked about how al-Naamani managed to afford the luxury home in 2014 while working as a government minister and spy chief in the repressive Gulf state of Oman.