The stress is clearly getting to Wayne Rooney as he continues to tackle the issue of his Old Trafford future.
In fact it seems he’s been so stressed that his hair has started to fall out, with an expert suggesting he needs a second hair transplant just two years after spending £15,000 on his first one.
Rooney has asked to leave Manchester United and that doesn’t appear to have change regardless of the fact Sir Alex Ferguson is gone and David Moyes is in. It must be something to do with the grumble of an angry Scot which just does his head in.
“It's very clear from the pictures that Wayne has kept hold of the hair from his first transplant at the front of his head. But he has continued to lose his hair further back - It has given him two noticeable bald patches. The best way to remedy this is with a second hair transplant,” said Dr Asim Dr Shahmalak according to Mail Online.
It’s not impossible that stress had something to do with him losing his hair because he is going to be affected by what’s been going on at Old Trafford.
There are a large group of fans who would prefer him to stay with the side and he can still offer a great deal to United, despite the fatigue which seems to have been established in his relationship with the club.
He just wants to be loved and where is the harm in that? If Moyes can convince him to stay and will play him regularly, he can settle and be happy for the rest of his career.
Rooney will have to shell out thousands of pounds for a second transplant, which risks irritating Moyes who may want him more concerned with the pressing issue of his future at the club.
Rooney is now being strongly tipped with a move to Paris Saint-Germain in France after realisation seems to have kicked in that United will only sell to another English rival as the last possible option.
He seems to have his career sorted for when he retires as a campaigner against hair loss. Maybe we’ll see him in those adverts alongside the likes of Shane Warne and Michael Vaughan.
Is Rooney losing his hair through stress? What do you think?
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