- Wayne Rooney currently plays for Championship side Derby County
- The Manchester United legend and his spouse have properties around the globe
- Rooney owns a lavish property in Cheshire and a secret pad in Barbados
Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen are estimated to be worth around £115million and they have made impressive investments in properties around the globe.
The Manchester United legend owns an exotic mansion in Cheshire which many mock as an edifice which looks like a Morrisons.
Rooney’s palatial home is said to be worth £20m but there are other very expensive properties in the couple’s portfolio.
According to SunSport, the former Manchester United striker grew up in a council home in Liverpool however, he has now acquired properties around the world including a sprawling Barbados villa, which he rents out for £25,000 a week.
There is also a £320,000 waterfront apartment in the Sunshine State which he purchased in 2007 - and he even splashed out £450,000 on a detached home in Liverpool for his parents to live in.
Rooney’s Barbados villa is said to be equipped with a sensational infinity pool, a shared golf course and a media room.
Inside, the walls feature pictures of Hollywood icons Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe.
Meanwhile, Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke reportedly collects properties like he is just having fun as he boasts an empire of homes including a ranch in Texas that's so big it could fit New York and Los Angeles inside it reportedly worth £500million.
Kroenke has reportedly acquired exotic properties in Montana and Colorado, and according to SunSport, ‘Silent Stan’ also owns an £11million penthouse inside the five-star Montage hotel in Beverly Hills.
However, it is believed that his Malibu home which he bought in 1998 for £8million is the most incredible.
It’s a beach side facility with was initially owned by late Egyptian billionaire and film maker Dodi Fayed where he planned to stay with Princess Diana before their tragic deaths in a car accident.
The property lies along the Pacific Coast Highway and sits above the beautiful Paradise Cove.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has stated that just four players were immune to Alex Ferguson’s wrath during their time at the Old Trafford club.
Sir Alex was famous for his fierce approach to disciplining players during his 26-year reign as he was seen verbally blasting players on several occasions.
Fergie is the most successful manager in Old Trafford history after winning 38 trophies, including 12 Prem League titles, but he had a special kind of temper.
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