Wayne Rooney was back at Everton training on Tuesday morning, a few days after he was spotted doing community service at a Garden Centre according to reports from Mirror Sport.
The 31-year-olf former England captain was banned from the roads for two years last month after he admitted to a drink-drive charge in which he was three times over the legal limit.
He was ordered to serve 100 hours of paid work as part of a 12-month community order.
The forward was pictured being driven into Everton’s Finch Farm training HQ as they prepare for this weekend’s trip to Brighton.
The garden centre where Rooney is serving his community service is the same venue where former Manchester United team mate Carlos Tevez was ordered to work after he was banned four years ago.
Once there, Rooney, 31, put on a green zip-up fleece, worn by colleagues and spent all his time inside.