Wayne Rooney reportedly joked he “had not had sex for ages” while at a Soccer Aid after party.
The footballing legend, 34, is married to his childhood sweetheart Coleen, also 34, and they have four children together – Kai, 10, Kit, four, Klay, seven, and Cass, two.
Liverpool lad Wayne attended the party to celebrate the charity match, in aid of Unicef, reportedly arriving late from his hotel room, according to The Sun.
The publication reports that rumours of a rude sex comment from Wayne began circulating among guests after a TV show runner heard it.
A source told them: “The party was in full swing and Wayne clearly enjoyed himself when he got there. He was very relaxed. One of the runners chatted to him and then went around saying she heard Wayne say he had not had sex for ages.
“She said she was unsure if he was joking of not but he probably was. She then went off and repeated it to a group of people, including members of the production and Unicef teams.
“Most people were laughing about it. Daisy was among a group where some people heard about it. It quickly became the talk of the event.”
Other guests at the party were former footballers Robbie Keane and Wes Brown, and comedian Jason Manford.
The source continued: “No one took it too seriously and some questioned if the runner had her wires crossed. But Wayne was being gossiped about, whatever happened.”
Meanwhile, the publication claims another source insisted Wayne did not make the comment about his sex life.
This year’s Soccer Aid took place at Old Trafford earlier this month, with the England team being beaten on penalties by the World XI.
It raised upwards of £9.3million for Unicef, which will go on to help children who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
A socially distanced after party then took place at Mottram Hall hotel in Cheshire.
On the England Squad, for which Wayne was a manager alongside Sam Allardyce and Bradley Walsh, there were the likes of Olly Murs, Mark Wright and Joel Dommett.
Meanwhile, World XI’s line-up featured stars such as Kem Cetinay, Jason Manford and Iain Stirling.
Daily Star Online has contacted a rep for Wayne for comment