Gary Neville's Land Rover hit by van outside his Stock Exchange Hotel

Gary Neville’s £61,000 Land Rover is hit by a van outside his Stock Exchange Hotel in Manchester – but Man United legend poses for a selfie with the driver after inspecting the damage

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  • Neville appeared to pose for a selfie with a man believed to be the van’s driver
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Gary Neville was seen inspecting his car after it was seemingly hit by another driver outside his Manchester hotel. 

The former Manchester United defender was snapped checking over his Land Rover Defender 90 – which comes at an estimated £61,000 – after an apparent accident. 

The front right wheel arch and bumper looked to have been scratched, seemingly caused by contact with a van. 

The alleged incident took place outside the Stock Exchange hotel in Manchester, one of several establishments the 48-year-old owns. 

However, despite the damage caused to his vehicle, the former United captain-turned-pundit seemed in relatively good spirits. 

Gary Neville was seen talking to a man outside his Stock Exchange hotel after a van seemingly scraped his vehicle

His Land Rover Defender was pictured with scratches over the front right wheel arch and the bumper

Neville appeared in good spirits though and posed for a selfie with the man believed to have been driving the van 

He was seen posing for a selfie with a man, believed to be the driver of the van in question was pictured smiling in conversation with the supposed driver.

After emerging from the property, Neville approached the scene looking round his car to assess the apparent damage caused. 

He then addressed the man, accompanied by a female staff member from the hotel, who came out seemingly to offer her help to the establishment’s owner. 

The Sky pundit’s hotel has proven to be a success, with the five-star establishment  based in a Grade II-listed building reportedly out-performing competitors.

January 2023 saw accounts for the hotel’s operations published on Companies House from 2021 – the first year in which finances were published in full. 

In 2021 the Stock Exchange hotel recorded a turnover increase from £1.6million to £3.9, and pre-tax losses were cut by over half their amount, from £2.3m to £1m, as per BusinessLive. 

The Stock Exchange was also notable for a restaurant run by three Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, which ran from 2019 to the end of 2022, named The Bull & Bear at Stock Exchange Hotel. 

In April 2022, the Stock Exchange was ranked No 1 out of 138 hotels in Manchester by Tripadvisor, and was ranked among the world’s best new luxury hotels in 2020 after opening in 2019. 

The Stock Exchange hotel is based in a Grade II listed building on Norfolk Street, Manchester

‘The aim when you set up any business is to get to number 1 with your fans, customers or guests,’ the former defender said on social media at the time. ‘Our team at the @Stockexhotel led by Jacqui Griffiths are amazing.

‘You deserve to be there. We opened, you looked after the NHS and then you excelled and do what you do. My love to you all.’

During the pandemic the hotel was opened to housing NHS staff, with Neville infamously ranting at the government for low salaries paid to health service workers when on ITV’s coverage of the World Cup final. 

However, these comments sparked accusations of ‘hypocrisy’ after it was revealed his hotel paid hospitality workers around £9.50 per hour, amounting to £18,500-a-year – some way short of the average £34,500 made by nurses.  

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