Wayne Rooney tries out a new hairdo in an attempt to prove it"s not thinning already


No matter how you style it we can still tell! Wayne Rooney tries out a new hairdo in an attempt to prove it's not thinning already

He paid 30,000 to solve the problem earlier this year but yet last month Wayne Rooney's hair appeared to be thinning again.

However, the 26-year-old has tried his best to conceal the problem and the fact that his money may have gone to waste by trying out a different hair style.

The father-of-one was spotted making his way through Manchester airport today with his United team mates and his darker hair looked less flat than usual.

New hairdo Wayne Rooney appeared to have tried out a different style with his darker locks as he strolled through Manchester airport today

New hairdo Wayne Rooney appeared to have tried out a different style with his darker locks as he strolled through Manchester airport today

Still looking thinner: The footballer paid 30,000 for a hair transplant in June last year

Still looking thinner: The footballer paid 30,000 for a hair transplant in June last year

Perhaps Rooney opted to use some hair gel for his flight to Newcastle or maybe the lift was due to a vigorous back comb – but either way the sportsman felt it was time for a change.

Wearing a matching black tracksuit that was emblazoned with his team's logo, Rooney looked rather serious as he strolled through the terminal.

It was also reported at the beginning of December that Rooney's hair transplant may not have worked properly when his hair appeared to be turning grey.

Director of the Harley Street Hair clinic Nadeem Uddin Khan defended the results though saying that the 'discolouration' was normal.

‘It isn’t possible to judge the full effect of a transplant for at least 6-12 months,' he said.

'The whole process is similar to transplanting a favourite plant or shrub. While the roots re-establish themselves, the growth on top can be patchy and this can involve some initial loss or discolouration.'

'This is entirely normal and does not affect the ultimate outcome of a fully restored hairline featuring strong and healthy growth.'

Rooney had the treatment at a central London clinic at the beginning of June last year and his hair has been closely followed ever since.

In the days following the procedure, the footballer announced that he had had the treatment.

'Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25, why not I'm delighted with the result,' he said.

Pleased with the results: Rooney looked rather serious as he made his way through the terminal with his Manchester United team mates

Pleased with the results: Rooney looked rather serious as he made his way through the terminal with his Manchester United team mates