Wayne needs extra Roon! United striker builds museum to house memorabilia
Wayne Rooney has revealed he has had a museum built at his Cheshire mansion to house his burgeoning number of medals and all the footie memorabilia he has collected.
Rooney”s need for extra space at his 5million home in Prestbury was revealed during a web chat with fans.
The Manchester United striker’s personal tally of medals and cups would warrant needing an few extra square foot of space.
Room to move: Rooney has built a museum at his home in Cheshire
Rooney has won four Barclays Premier League titles, two League Cups, and the Champions League as well as a huge raft of other individual awards.
And when asked which three items he”d take to a desert island, he said: “My laptop, a Sopranos box set, and probably a football.”
Meanwhile Rooney’s much-publicised new hairdo has done wonders for the hair transplant industry which ash seen enquiries go through the roof.
The England international, 26, posted pictures on Twitter revealing his new hairline which had been receding rapidly despite his young age.
Hair raising! Rooney”s remarkable recovery in 2008 (left) and last week (right)
Enquiries have soared by 65 per cent since the United forward paid 30,000 for his procedure in June.
Shami Thomas, of surgery firm Transform who revealed the figures, said: “It”s very common to see an influx of enquiries after celebrities reveal their treatments.
“This was definitely the case after Rooney”s op.”