WAYNE and Coleen Rooney have splashed out on amazing hi-tech security at their new £20million home — including a tunnel with steel doors and a car on permanent standby.
The star pair’s extra precautions are part of state-of-the-art safety measures at the Cheshire mansion.
Builders have created a secure underground route linking the pad to the nearby garage and stable block, according to publicly available plans.
The tunnel has steel doors at either end.
An electric car, permanently on charge, waits in the garage.
In the event of intruders, it can whisk Wayne, Coleen and their kids down their drive to an underground escape bunker.
The bolthole has a secure room, toilet and kitchen stocked with provisions, plus internet connection and CCTV.
Ex-England and Manchester United ace Wayne, 34, and Coleen, 33, are looking forward to settling into their new home with sons Kai, ten, Klay, six, Kit, three, and one-year-old Cass.
The striker has taken on a player-coach role at Championship side Derby County.
His new luxury property sits on a 40-acre plot.
It will boast stables, a six-car garage, an orangery and two man-made fishing lakes.
On the lower ground floor is a TV room, snooker room, bar, wine store, cinema, gym, jacuzzi, swimming pool, plunge pool and steam room.
The main entrance and reception halls, kitchen, dining room, family room, study and library are on the ground floor.
The mansion will also boast separate lifts — one for the family, the other for visitors.
The Rooneys currently live in Prestbury, Cheshire.
They were left shaken after an attempted burglary at their current house in 2016.
Coleen had said the crime caused her “sleepless nights”.
A spokesman for Rooney refused to comment.
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