JACK Grealish’s plans to build an annexe to his lavish new home are met with difficulty from the wingers.
The Man City and England midfielder has been ordered to set up a roost for bats that have been spotted at the property.
The wildlife authorities also told him that he had to set up nesting boxes for birds.
Grealish, 27, has applied for planning permission to build a leisure suite with cold plunge pool, sauna and steam rooms at his £5.6million Cheshire mansion.
He also plans to build his own playroom above the garage.
But Conservation Commissioner James Baggaley has told planners that an updated bat survey needs to be carried out first.
He also calls for the inclusion of characteristics for breeding birds and bats.
We revealed last month how Grealish planned to add a bar to his estate.
But instead of serving alcohol, he’s more likely to be catering to his fiancée, Sasha Attwood.
27-year-old England winger Grealish bought the seven-bedroom mansion on 20 acres of land in a remote part of Cheshire last August.
It features a wood paneled “gentleman’s office”, floodlit tennis courts, a professionally landscaped golf hole, a stocked fly-fishing lake – and even a helipad.