WAYNE Rooney’s hair is thinning again — despite spending thousands of pounds on transplants.
The former England captain, 34, appeared to be balding on top as he was pictured back in training.
Rooney is believed to have spent £30,000 on transplants after going prematurely bald.
The first was in 2011, with surgeons moving hair follicles from the back of his head to the front.
Rooney said at the time: “I was going bald at 25 why not? I’m delighted with the result.”
He had a top-up transplant two years later, among other procedures.
But experts say Rooney, now playing for Derby County, may have run out of “donor” hairs.
Craig Henton, owner of MHR Clinic, said: “Everyone accepts he uses thickening powders.
“When he doesn’t wear those we get to see the real extent of his hair loss. Sweating also causes hair to clump together and highlights thinning hair.”
He added: “He could have used all his viable donors and the back of his head may have nothing left to give.”
Other treatments include using lasers, he said.
England’s all-time leading goalscorer has previously opened up about his hair loss battle.
In his autobiography, Rooney admitted staring at himself in the mirror and thinking: “Bloody hell, you’re going bald and you’re only a young lad.”
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