Manchester United's Wayne Rooney applauds fans as he celebrates winning the EFL Cup Final.
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Everton manager Ronald Koeman paved the way Tuesday for Wayne Rooney's return to the club of his youth by saying he would make the side "stronger".But doubts still surround the long-term club future of the 31-year-old Rooney, the England national side's record goalscorer, and Koeman appears ready to try to bring him back to Liverpool-based Everton.Six weeks later, Rooney became Everton's youngest scorer with two goals against Wrexham in the League Cup.The 18-year-old Rooney left Everton to join United in a 27 million-pound ($34 million) move in 2004 .He has since won five Premier League titles and a Champions League trophy with United and become the club's record goalscorer.
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