Wayne Rooney has been pictured back in training with Everton after completing his move from Manchester United over the weekend.
The 31-year-old made the switch back to Finch Farm 13 years after he had originally left the Merseyside team to make the Old Trafford move.
He posted a picture of him in an Everton kit and looked ready to get started as he signed a two-year deal at Everton, taking the No 10 shirt which has been vacated by Romelu Lukaku.
Here’s a look at Rooney, back with the Toffees, the club he joined when he was just nine years old.
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He arrived in 2004 when Sir Alex Ferguson and has been an incredible servant at the club, winning everything possible at a club level at least once and even broke Sir Bobby Charlton’s goal-scoring record.
It’s set to be an emotional return for Rooney as he looks to continue his incredible career at Everton and after giving everything he could to the cause at United, I hope he re-finds his best form and continues to pick up first-team football rather than drifting away as he has in recent years.