MILLIONAIRE footie pundit John Barnes has been roasted online by fans for whinging at being short-changed by 20p.

The ex-Liverpool and England ace complained he handed over £2 for the £1.80 Mersey Tunnel toll and got nothing back.

Barnes, 56, was travelling from the Wirral to Liverpool..

He tweeted an angry face emoji and wrote: “Only had a £2 coin so went to attendant.

“He said he can’t give change . . . how can u handle money but not give out change?”

Fans mocked Barnes, who was the first player on £10,000 a week in 1992. One joked: “Go and set up a GoFundMe page.”

Another added: “I paid £15 to watch England & if u ran more than 100yds all game it’s stretching it. Now that’s short-changed Jonny boy.”

Barnes’s post racked up more than 1,000 comments and 3,000 likes.

As a player he scored 11 times for England, and also starred for Watford and Newcastle.

He managed Celtic. In 2008 he avoided a driving ban for having no insurance after pleading poverty, saying a he couldn’t afford a driver.

Merseytravel said staff will not give change to reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus.

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