Wayne Rooney to rejoin Everton

Born in Croxteth, Rooney joined Everton as a nine-year-old and made his senior debut for the club aged just 16.He has gone on to win a host of major honours with United, including five Premier League titles, the Champions League and the FA Cup, and earlier this year surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton to become the club’s record goalscorer.And talkSPORT claim Toffees boss Ronald Koeman expects to have the England skipper in his squad for next season.Everton are ready to intensify their efforts to sign him in what has been a busy summer so far.The Merseysiders have shown plenty of ambition in the transfer market so far this summer, spending big on the likes of Jordan Pickford, Davy Klaassen, Michael Keane and Sandro Ramirez.The Red Devils have been linked with the prolific Belgium worldwide on a number of occasions this summer, though he had looked most likely to be heading back to his former club Chelsea. “The situation has been discussed over the past week and the clubs have also been talking about Lukaku, who is wanted by both United and Chelsea”, he continued.Rooney has 12 months remaining on his current United deal and there was talk he could stay put for one more year. It’s worth noting that Rooney said following Manchester United’s Europa League title that he had already decided where he’d be playing next season. I’ll do that the next few weeks with my family while I’m away.The 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation, too, is under 12 months away and it would be in Rooney’s best interest to depart and play regular football elsewhere to give his chances of featuring at the global tournament a boost.”I’ve played for two Premier League clubs and they’re the only two Premier League clubs I’ll play for”.