TOTTENHAM star Eric Dier is charging £1,500 for a football summer camp for rich American kids.
The Three Lions midfielder, 25, is laying on the five-day course at the £47,000-a-year Berkshire School in the upmarket New England town of Sheffield.
His course in June is open to girls and boys aged ten to 15 years old.
Speaking of the course, Dier said: “I’m really excited to invite you to the first Eric Dier soccer academy at Berkshire School in Sheffield, Massachusetts.
“With my former Sporting Lisbon coach and friend, we’ve put together a week with loads of soccer and fun and games. I hope to see you there.”
The Tottenham star’s Dier Soccer site says: “Eric is one of the few England International players whose career began in a foreign country.
“The training is personally designed by Eric Dier and our head coach, Alexandre Cardoso, and is based on the philosophy they learnt at the world-renowned Sporting Lisbon Academy.”
It adds: “Hosted at the beautiful Berkshire School Campus, participants will have access to the school’s extensive and state-of-the-art sporting facilities and residents will stay on campus in an air-conditioned dorm room.
“During down time the participants will be offered a variety of activities that have been handpicked by Eric, offering an insight into his day-to-day life.”
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The Spurs midfielder will Skype in on day one to introduce the camp and meet the participants.
Dier will be sent video updates of the first four training sessions before hosting a session on Thursday afternoon.
He will then be present for a Q&A and signing event on the Thursday night.
The star will also be in attendance for the final matches on Friday and host the prize-giving ceremony in the evening.