Wayne Rooney’s £3,000 golf cart written off by his son after he crashes it into fishing lake at their mansion

ONE of Wayne Rooney’s children has written off his  £3,000 golf buggy — by driving it  into a fishing lake.

The former England footballer  and wife Coleen splashed out  on the   4×4 buggy so the family could whizz around their  40-acre estate in style.

Dad Wayne Rooney and his boys – one of whom drove a golf buggy into a lake

The Rooney family, who live on 40-acre Chesire estate

But Wayne said it came to a soggy end when one of his four boys accidentally drove it into one of the two man-made lakes he had built  at the manison near Knutsford, Cheshire.

None of Coleen and Wayne’s lads — Kai, 14, Klay, 11, Kit, eight, and Cass, six — were hurt  but the buggy was a write-off.

Ex-DC United manager Wayne, 38, told    his former teammate Gary Neville about the crash on Sky Bet’s The Overlap programme, which was filmed at his house. Gary, 49, said: “Do you go swimming in that lake?”

He replied: “I wouldn’t. We’ve had a golf buggy go in it. The day I’ve gone to America as manager. I went to the airport and one of the kids, straight in.”

Wayne did not name which son was involved, but fans believe eldest son Kai is the most likely culprit.

In June 2022, schoolboy footie prospect Kai posted a video on Instagram showing him racing  in a vehicle. He captioned a video clip with “Sunday be like” as he showed off his driving skills on the private road.

A month later  Wayne became DC United’s new head coach.

Wayne and Coleen moved into their mansion in December 2021.

It boasts a TV room, snooker room,  wine store, cinema, gym and swimming pool, as well as a tunnel to a six-car garage.

The grounds also  have stables, an orangery and a full-size artificial turf football pitch.

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