Coleen Rooney has reportedly insisted her husband Wayne goes into rehab to quit boozing in the hopes of saving their marraige.
The mum-of-four is said to have read Wayne the riot act after he was seen partying into the small hours with a blonde barmaid over Superbowl weekend.
However, this isn’t the first time that Coleen has blamed the football star’s drinking for his indiscretions, also insisting that alcohol was behind the time he was caught behind the wheel of party girl Laura Simpson’s Beetle in 2017.
In a lengthy and passionate statement shortly after the scandalous incident, she said: "Wayne doesn’t get portrayed for the person he is in the press, he has always had a hard time…
"He’s made silly and selfish mistakes, some he’s learnt from, some obviously not. However maybe that will change?
"In life, you don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow. But one thing I do know is that too much alcohol on a night out is a dangerous and a lot of stupid mistakes are made and things are said under the influence.
"I would never trust ANYONE who has had a lot of alcohol, it changes some people drastically."
According to a source – just over a year on – Coleen has asked Wayne to go to rehab for a second time and seek treatment for his drinking, after being ‘humiliated’ by his behaviour once again.
The insider told The Sun : "Wayne has been here before. In 2016 after England’s humiliating Euros exit to Iceland, he sought help from a professional counsellor for regular sessions to help him overcome his problems.
“He boozes because of ongoing issues he’s been dealing with his whole adult life.
"And Coleen feels Wayne needs to receive more treatment to prevent the threat of complete self-destruction — and salvage their marriage."
Coleen and Wayne have given no official update on the state of their marriage, but she was pictured without her wedding ring on following his most recent scandal.
Mirror Online contacted the pair’s representatives for comment.
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