Wayne Rooney’s representatives have contacted the police over what they consider was a bootleg try and entrap the Derby boss with a spread of express images.
The images went viral on social media on Sunday, showing to indicate the previous Manchester United and England participant asleep in a resort room surrounded by a gaggle of younger girls.
There isn’t any suggestion that Rooney acted inappropriately, and even that he was conscious what was happening round him.
People near Rooney have confirmed to Sky Sports News that the matter had now been handed over to Greater Manchester Police (GMP).
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On Tuesday morning, GMP stated they weren’t investigating any incident involving Rooney.
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They said they weren’t conscious that it had been reported to them and there was at present no police involvement.
Rooney is about to begin his first full season in cost at Derby, having narrowly stored them within the Championship final season, after taking over from Phillip Cocu.
However, he has warned that he can be unable to discipline a group until the membership makes important signings.
Derby at present have solely 9 registered senior gamers, two of whom are goalkeepers.
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