Wayne Rooney enjoys drinks with pals after 'giving up alcohol to save marriage'

Wayne Rooney was seen spotted enjoying drinks at a hotel bar barefoot just days before he reportedly decided to impose a ‘booze ban’ on himself in a bid to better his marriage to wife Coleen.

The new Derby County player-coach was spotted with Bastian Schweinsteiger and another pal at their hotel in Florida, allegedly drinking red wine and talking until 2am on 31 July.

He even kicked his shoes off under the table and went barefoot with his mates as they talked shop.

Apparently after a day at the football, he wanted to give his feet some air. In the middle of a hotel bar.

The footie star is heading back to the UK in October for his new role, but was out celebrating the MLS Allstars and Atletico Madrid match ahead of his return.

His night out came just days before it’s now been reported that he’s planning on kicking the booze for good for a ‘fresh start’ with wife Coleen.

Adding that his nights out in the States was causing trouble with his wife, a source told The Sun: ‘It was like he was on self-destruct — he was boozing at home late into the night.

‘Now he’s moving back in October, he wants to sort it out for good.’

Rooney was arrested last December for being drunk and disorderly at Washington airport after landing from a flight from UAE.

Coleen had previously moved to the States with their four sons in order to be with him and his new role in US football, but moved back to Cheshire earlier this year.

Wayne and Coleen have been married since 2008 having been childhood sweethearts, and have remained together through a number of scandals.

This included being outed for cheating on his wife with escorts in 2010, while Coleen was pregnant with her first child, which she forgave him for.

The couple now have four children together, all boys – Kai, nine, Klay, six, Kit, three, and one-year-old Cass.

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