sport news Wayne Rooney meets with Ronald Koeman to discuss arrest

Wayne Rooney was arrested in early hours of Friday morning for drink-driving Everton's non-international players reconvened at Finch Farm on Tuesday  Rooney trained with the squad before seeing Ronald Koeman to explain himself Koeman will only address the matter publicly at Thursday's press conference READ: Rooney back behind the wheel as he returns to Everton training  

By Dominic King for the Daily Mail

Published: 22:30 BST, 5 September 2017 | Updated: 23:16 BST, 5 September 2017




Wayne Rooney has held face-to-face talks with Ronald Koeman for the first time since he was charged with drink-driving.

Everton’s non-international players reconvened at their Finch Farm training base on Tuesday, having been given four days off by Koeman over the weekend. Rooney was arrested in the early hours of Friday morning, having been three times over the legal limit.

Rooney, who will appear before magistrates on September 18 to answer the charge, drove himself to Finch Farm and trained with the rest of Everton’s squad before seeing Koeman to explain the events that have left him in the centre of storm. He left around 2pm.

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