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Bill Kenwright admits Rooney could return


Everton chairman, Bill Kenwright, has dropped a massive hint that Manchester United striker, Wayne Rooney, could make a shock return to Goodison Park near the end of his career.

The Englishman came through the ranks at Everton before completing his mega-move to United back in 2004, and since then, has gone on to become one of the world’s top talents.

After leaving Goodison, Rooney was a hated figure upon Merseyside, but over the years, the anger from the fans has calmed down, and when asked about the striker’s future, Kenwright even admitted that a transfer in the future could be likely.

When asked if he could see it happening one day, Kenwright told the BBC: “Yes. He comes back to Goodison.

“He’s an Evertonian and his family are. He is welcome to come back.”

However, the chairman then admitted that it will be Roberto Martinez who makes the decision in the end.

He added: “In all honesty, all I ever do is advise.

“I am not sidestepping the question. It is always going to be Roberto Martinez’s choice.”

Written by Alex Batt – @AlexBatt – @AlexsArticles


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