Superstar photos: Wayne Rooney from Man United to Everton

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31-year-old Wayne Rooney scored 253 goals in 559 appearances and won 12 major trophies before returning to his boyhood club Everton during the summer transfer window in 2017

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Everton striker Wayne Rooney celebrates after scoring the opening goal and his 200th Premier League goal during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Everton at Etihad Stadium on August 21, 2017 in Manchester, England.

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Wayne Rooney completes his move to his boyhood club Everton during the summer transfer window in 2017. 

Everton announced that Rooney will wear No 10 at Goodison Park, with the shirt's former occupant Romelu Lukaku having joined United in a world record £90million deal. Rooney spoke of his excitement at the move saying: 'Winning trophies with Everton would be the pinnacle. I really feel now the club is moving in the right direction, bringing the right calibre of players in. I want to be part of it and hopefully part of a successful Everton team. It's a great feeling to be back. I'm excited, I cannot wait to meet the lads, get on the training pitch and then get on the pitch to play. I'm ecstatic – I just cannot wait to get back playing.”

'I'm excited, and I'm excited by the signings that the Club have made. This club is moving forward. This football club should be winning trophies and we're taking huge steps to being involved and trying to win trophies.” 

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Wayne Rooney, #10, Everton

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - AUGUST 12: Wayne Rooney of Everton in action during the Premier League match between Everton and Stoke City at Goodison Park on August 12, 2017 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Chris Brunskill Ltd/Getty Images)

Wayne Rooney opened the scoring for Everton with the winning goal in his debut return home match at Goodison Park

WAYNE ROONEY

Wayne Rooney left giant England Premier League club Manchester United for his boyhood club Everton as one of the most decorated and successful players in the club's stunning history, with 16 trophies to his name. That amazing trophy tally began way back in February 2006, when the superstar striker scored twice in a 4-0 win over Wigan Athletic to claim the League Cup at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.  To finish his glittering Manchester United career, in May 2017, Rooney lifted his 16th piece of silverware - the UEFA Europa League trophy - following a 2-0 win over Ajax in Stockholm – the victory qualified the Reds for a spot in the 2017-18 Champions League. See Wayne Rooney photos of some of Rooney's career highlights below:

VIDEO: Wayne Rooney marks Everton return with stunning goal

Wayne Rooney scores for Everton after returning to his boyhood club Everton during the summer transfer window in 2017.

Thirty-one-year-old Wayne Rooney marked his return to Everton with a stunning strike in their pre-season friendly against Gor Mahia FC as Wazza officially completed his return to Goodison Park on Sunday after ending his 13-year stint with Manchester United. The former United captain was key to Everton’s victory in the match as he opened the scoring with a superb long-range effort in the 35th minute. Everton kicked off their pre-season campaign with a game against Kenya’s reigning Premier League champions.

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Wazza @WayneRooney – “It has been an honour to play alongside you & I wish you all the best for the future my friend ” tweeted former teammate Marouane Fellani.

WAYNE ROONEY'S HONORS AT MANCHESTER UNITED 

As a superstar football player and team captain, Wayne Rooney was a key to Manchester United’s success since the moment he signed with the Reds as a “prodigiously talented, explosive teenager” some 13 seasons ago to amaze his teammates and fans in his storybook debut hat-trick against Fenerbahce, the spectacular overhead kick against Man City and the countless match-winning performances.

  • Premier League: 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13
  • FA Cup: 2015–16
  • Football League Cup: 2005–06, 2009–10, 2016–17
  • FA Community Shield: 2007, 2010, 2011, 2016
  • UEFA Champions League: 2007–08
  • UEFA Europa League: 2016–17
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2008

Wayne Rooney won his first trophy, the 2006 League Cup, after scoring twice in the final.

Wayne Rooney won his first England Premier League title at the end of the 2006-07 season.

Wayne Rooney won the Community Shield and lifted the trophy after a penalty shootout victory against Chelsea in August 2008.

Wayne Rooney won the Premier League title after an away win at Wigan Athletic in May 2008.

Wayne Rooney lifts Champions League trophy!

Wayne Rooney lifts FIFA Club World Cup trophy in December 2008.

Wayne Rooney and Manchester United won a third consecutive Premier League title in 2008-09!

Wayne Rooney scored the winner against Aston Villa in the 2010 League Cup final. 

Reds captain Wayne Rooney lifts the EFL Cup after Manchester United beat Southampton at Wembley in February 2017.

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Rooney with his three children - his favorite "trophies"

Manchester United win 2017 UEFA Europa League Final 

Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney wore the captain's arm band during the Reds’ UEFA Europa League Final victory between Ajax and Manchester United at Friends Arena on May 24, 2017, in Stockholm, Sweden as Roo claimed his last trophy in his Man United career.

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Ajax v Manchester United - UEFA Europa League Final

Ajax v Manchester United - UEFA Europa League Final

Rooney celebrates and poses with the Europa League trophy after Man United beat Ajax in Stockholm.

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Rooney celebrates and poses with the Europa League trophy after Man United beat Ajax in Stockholm.

Rooney celebrates and poses with the Europa League trophy after Man United beat Ajax in Stockholm.

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Wayne Rooney of Everton in action during the UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round, First Leg match between Everton and MFK Ruzomberok at Goodison Park on July 27, 2017 in Liverpool, England.

Rooney said his first game back will be an emotional day and that he was looking forward to it. 

'I'm not just coming back because it's the team I support, the team I grew up playing for - I'm coming back because I feel the club can move forward and be successful,' he said. 'I want to be part of it. There will be pressure on me to perform, but I'm ready to go. I believe I can help move this club forward and be more successful on the pitch. With the new stadium in the pipeline, it's an exciting time to be an Everton player, to be an Everton fan.It's on us players to make those times even more exciting by giving them good performances and try to help them be successful and bring trophies to the club.' 

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Rooney’s new boss, Everton manager Ronald Koeman said: 'Wayne has shown me that ambition that we need and that winning mentality – he knows how to win titles and I'm really happy he's decided to come home. He loves Everton and he was desperate to come back. He is still only 31 and I don't have any doubts about his qualities. It's fantastic he's here.' 

 

Reportedly Rooney has agreed to a salary reduction of around 50 per cent as part of the deal taking him back to Everton. United have agreed to pay a portion of their departing captain's wages, which amount to upwards of £300,000 a week, to facilitate the transfer. 

United manager Jose Mourinho paid tribute to the Reds' club legend.

Mourinho said, 'It is no secret that I have long been an admirer of Wayne; he has been a model professional throughout his time at the club and will remain in the history books for many years to come,” said Mourinho. 'It is never easy to see a great player playing less football than he would like and I could not stand in his way when he asked to go back to Everton. His experience, focus and determination will be missed and I wish him well for the future.'