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Done deal: Man United complete move for another striker {Not Lukaku}

Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney a move back to his childhood club Everton ahead .Everton have finally completed the signing of the England international after 13-years-ago as one of the best talent in the world then for a fee of £20m in 2004. The Toffees announce the signing of the ace today.

Rooney has returned to where he made his Premier League debut in 2002 as a 16 years old boy. His transfer to Everton will be part of the deal to bring Lukaku to Old Trafford this summer for a record £90m. Everton boss Ronald Koeman is a big fan of Wayne Rooney and has previously admitted his interest in the England international.

Everton boss Ronald Koeman admitted his interest in Rooney back in March and Sky sources reported last week that the two clubs had agreed a deal for the England captain’s transfer, which he is willing to take a pay cut to complete.

Wayne Rooney will be leaving after winning the Europa League last season. He expects a first-team place to be guaranteed at Goodison Park, where he made 77 appearances and scored 17 goals in his first two-seasons. He will be remembered for his stunning goal against Arsenal back in 2002.