Manchester United top goalscorer Wayne Rooney has completed his move to Everton, over a decade after he left the club.
Rooney played over 500 times for United and scored over 253 goals.
He won 5 English Premier League titles, two European titles, FA Cup and League title during his time at the club.
Rooney signed a two-year deal and revealed that he was looking forward to his first game for the club.
“It is great to be back. I just cannot wait to get on the pitch and play with the rest of the team whenever i am called upon” he said.
This move comes after Lukaku completed his move to Manchester United following his medical in Los Angeles.
Everton also confirmed that Rooney will be wearing the number 10 jersey that was worn by former striker, Lukaku.
“I am not here to be with the team that I support, this is a team that I played as a kid and I’m back here to make a difference at this club because I believe we can be successful said Rooney, who scored a total of 17 goals in just 77 games for Everton during his first time at the club.
Everton was my first Choice
“I want to be part of it. I know i will under pressure to give my best and i am ready to go. I know that i can give my best to the club and make them successful next season.”
Rooney further revealed that made his decision after speaking to manager, Ronald Koeman and saw that he wanted him at the club more than anyone else.
He added: “I only had one choice and that wa to return to Everton.”
Rooney is Manchester United’s record goalscorer, a feat he achieved after his goal in Manchester United’s game against Stoke last season.