Just hours after Tom Brady announced in a Super Bowl ad that he’s “not going anywhere,” a moving truck was spotted outside the famed footballer's sprawling Massachusetts home, according to photographs obtained by The Daily Mail.
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The outlet also reported that the longtime New England Patriots quarterback, who is currently a free agent, and his supermodel wife, Gisele Bündchen, were looking at schools for their two young children in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Brady family is said to be living temporarily in Connecticut or New York in the meantime, according to the Daily Mail, and the Patriots are reportedly willing to offer Brady $30 million per year to keep him.
Brady initially fueled speculation he would be retiring from the sport with an ominous-looking social media post, but quashed those fears during a Super Bowl ad for Hulu on Sunday, in which he promotes the streaming service and adds: "Me? I'm not going anywhere."
The famously fit couple has lived in their $33.9 million mansion on a sprawling 5.2 acres of property since 2013, the Boston Herald previously reported. The home is located in Brookline, a small town located just outside of Boston, and boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a spa, a farm-style guest cottage and a movie theater, according to the Herald.
The manse has been on the market since August, when it was listed for $39.5 million – the priciest property on the market in Brookline at the time, according to Forbes – but the price was later slashed by millions.
CelebrityNetWorth.com reported Brady and Bundchen are worth a combined $580 million.
FOX Business' Thomas Barrabi and James Leggate contributed to this report.