WAYNE Rooney has won a 21-month planning battle — to park his tractor.
The former Manchester United and England captain will use a shed to store it alongside hay bales at his new £20million mansion.
Rooney, 34, first put in plans to convert old farm buildings in July 2018.
Ollerton with Marthall parish council objected amid fears of an eyesore.
But Cheshire East council last week approved amended plans.
Wayne, wife Coleen and their four sons are set to move into the three-storey home near Knutsford, within months.
At the ‘Morrisons Mansion’, the ex-England star has built a full-size football pitch in his back garden.
And the football pitch even boasts changing rooms with showers for his mates.
But Rooney – now with Championship side Derby County after a stint playing in Washington – was blocked from installing floodlights because of his mansion’s rural location.
The stately Cheshire pile also boasts a garage with his collection of cars, a cinema, swimming pool, and even two man-made fishing lakes.
He was given the go-ahead for the pitch in January last year after he swapped a horse riding arena for an artificial grass pitch.
The house will also boast an orangery, bar, TV room, snooker room, cinema and wine cellar.
There is also a huge indoor swimming pool surrounded by a glass pavilion, a hot tub, plunge pool, steam room and “his” or “hers” changing rooms.
The ex-Premier League star’s pad also boasts an extensive patio and landscaped gardens.
Rooney is said to have amassed an £82million fortune from his wages, property portfolio and sponsorship deals.