Inside Wayne's £300k-a-week worldTV show takes a peek inside Rooney's home and reveals sons' lavish games room, caravan den and soccer pitch... and that he writes poetry for Coleen!
Wayne Rooney, 29, has turned his Cheshire mansion into a giant playground for his family. The Manchester United captain allowed cameras a glimpse of his off-field life for a documentary to mark his achievement of becoming England's greatest goalscorer. Inside his house there is
a games room (top left) with pool table and arcade machines, an LA Galaxy shirt worn by Steven Gerrard (bottom left) and guitars signed by Sir Paul McCartney and Oasis star Noel Gallagher. Outside, the vast garden contains a cabin-like climbing frame, inflatables, a caravan-style den (centre) - and, of course, a set of real goalposts for kickabouts (top right) with sons Kai, five, and Klay, two (pictured together, bottom right).
The documentary, Wayne Rooney: The Man Behind the Goals, to be shown on BBC1 next Monday, reveals the tough footballer's surprise sensitive side. He enjoys writing poetry and often pens verses to surprise his wife Coleen - his childhood sweetheart - whom he married in 2008.