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Confirmed: £250,000-a-week striker will complete his Manchester United transfer this week


Striker Wayne Rooney will complete his Manchester United transfer to Everton before the end of the week according to a number of reports in England.

The Guardian has claimed that the Englishman is in talks with his former club to make a comeback to Goodison Park.

The BBC has also confirmed the news, claiming that the Toffees are "are stepping up their interest" in the 31-year-old.

The experienced striker struggled to enjoy regular first-team football in Jose Mourinho's squad last season.

And with the imminent arrival of Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid, it will be more and more unlikely for him to make an impact at Old Trafford next season.

Rooney joined the Red Devils during the 2004 summer transfer window, going on to become one of the most important players in the history of the club.

It seems that Everton will match his £250,000-a-week salary he earns at Manchester United.

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