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Newcastle United’s Andy Carroll netting extra cash by flogging second-hand footwear on Depop despite earning £75k-a-week

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PREMIER League star Andy Carroll is netting extra cash by flogging his second-hand footwear on a shopping app.

The £75,000-a-week Newcastle United striker, 32, and his ex-Towie star partner Billi Mucklow, 33, have both signed up to Depop.

Buyers have been snapping up the couple’s unwanted items. One paid £400 for a pair of Andy’s size 11 limited edition Nike Off-White shoes — £2,000 in shops.

Andy is also getting rid of a pair of “good condition” Valentino trainers for £275. They retail at £540.

The couple’s page is also stacked with yoga teacher Billi’s items from designers such as Valentino, Chanel and Balenciaga — plus clothes their three children have outgrown.

In one snap, Billi is sat on Andy’s knee in a £220 off-the-shoulder mini dress that she flogged for £80.

Another photo shows a £600 Bottega Veneta purse going for £200. The pair have so far sold 141 items.

A source said: “Andy and Billi might live a millionaire lifestyle but they are both from humble beginnings and get a thrill from flogging their old stuff for a bit of extra cash.”

In 2019, The Sunday Times Rich List estimated Carroll’s personal wealth at £19million.

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