Everton striker Wayne Rooney has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.
England’s all-time record scorer was stopped by police near his home in Cheshire on Thursday night, after an evening out.

Rooney, 31, announced his international retirement last week, after 53 goals for his country in 119 appearances.
He re-joined his boyhood club Everton in the summer, and scored in each of his opening two Premier League games following his return from Manchester United.

Rooney, who trained at Everton’s Finch Farm training ground on Thursday, has spent the last 12 years living in Cheshire, in a £6million home in Prestbury.
Rooney, wife Coleen, and their three children, Kai, Klay and Kit, are planning to move to a new purpose-built £10million mansion in the heart of the Cheshire countryside.
Coleen recently announced that she is pregnant, expecting the couple’s fourth child.