Steven Gerrard has failed to make a splash in the drinks world as his water firm is almost £1million in debt.
The Liverpool legend has a stake in Angel Revive water sourced from a spring in rural Lancashire.
He has been plugging the product for two years but latest accounts show the outfit has assets of £127,285 but owes £931,912.
The Glasgow Rangers boss promoted the drink on Instagram saying: “My Angel Revive Alkaline water. This is from a natural spring not from a tap or manufactured, with a ph level 8.2."
Steven, 40, who captained England, described it on the company’s website as the “superhero of waters in purity, nutrition and healthiness”.
Angel Revive is sourced from a millstone grit aquifer under the Lancashire countryside that has provided spring water for nearly 500 years.
Boss Mark Doyle said: “Our spring and its water have been the subject of numerous reports and commentary since Elizabethan times as to the curative benefits of water.
"However we do not claim our water can heal you - the belief is your own.
"For unknown reasons the spring had been covered over and buried for over a century until its history and benefits were brought to the attention of the current landowner.
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"Today the rediscovered spring and its water with its exceptional mineral content is to be developed. This high quality water is now available to buy.’’
The company’s website said: "Our water trickles down through multiple layers of mineral rock across the Pennines into an aquifer; a naturally formed underground chamber deep in the earth protected from all outside contamination.
"Angel Revive is collected at source, UV tested for safety and then bottled locally.
"The water from the aquifer remains untouched by humans throughout the entire process – what’s bottled is water as pure as nature can provide.
"Our water is naturally alkaline, which means there is no loss of pH soon after opening like with ionised water.”