The former England striker Kenny Chesney is struggling with his weight loss.
The 39-year-old is on the verge of losing his 600lb life, after he suffered a ruptured aortic valve during a recent training session.
But it was not all bad news for Chesney, as he revealed his struggles with eating and sleeping.
“I think I lost 600lbs in a month, which is good, but I’ve been sleeping for so long, it’s almost impossible to sleep,” he said.
“When you’re in training you’ve got to eat and sleep at the same time.
I’m in bed by 10am and I don’t have time to eat or sleep.
Chesney said he was hoping to get off drugs and focus on his new career in the NFL, after being a popular figure in England.
“For the first time in my life I am getting back into football,” he told the Daily Telegraph.
Chesneys career took a big turn in the mid-1990s, when he was part of the England Under-20 side that won the World Cup. “
It’s been a long time coming but it’s time to start again.”
Chesneys career took a big turn in the mid-1990s, when he was part of the England Under-20 side that won the World Cup.
Chesney was named Player of the Tournament for the tournament, before joining Leicester City in 2003.
However, he was unable to hold down a regular starting place in the Premier League, and went on loan to Leicester City until the end of the 2011/12 season.
The former Manchester United forward signed for Aston Villa in January 2014, where he played 17 games.
Chesneys first season at Villa was a memorable one, as the former England international scored the opening goal of the season against Manchester City.
“My goals started with me,” Chesney told the club website.
“The first goal was my first-ever goal.
I went up the pitch and ran at the keeper.
I put my head into the ball and hit him with a header.
The second goal was the only goal of my career.
I scored the goal for Villa.”
Chessey scored four goals and provided one assist in 29 appearances for Villa.
His goalscoring form continued in his second spell with Villa, when Chesney helped them to the top of the Championship.
“In my career I have scored goals and assisted in every game I have played for Villa,” he added.
“A lot of the goals came when I was playing for Villa, but in the end I always managed to score the first goal.
It was a dream come true.”
After a spell at Norwich City, Chesney signed for Manchester United in January 2015, but was unable as a regular.
Chesys second spell at the Old Trafford club lasted just nine months.
“At Manchester United, I did well, but it was difficult because I wasn’t playing,” he admitted.
“Then I got an opportunity with Everton.
Chesys contract with Chelsea runs until 2019.”
Now I’m playing for Chelsea and I feel like I have my feet under me.”
Chesys contract with Chelsea runs until 2019.