Wayne Rooney’s son Kai has signed for Manchester United at the age of just 11 with his famous father proud to see his offspring make an important first step towards becoming a footballer.
Rooney established himself as a United legend during his 13-year stay at Old Trafford. The ex-England international played over 500 games for the Red Devils, scoring 253 goals.
That tally saw him become the club’s all-time top scorer, and he also managed to win 16 trophies in Manchester, including five Premier League titles and the Champions League.
Kai has now taken the first steps on the road to following in his father’s illustrious footsteps, putting pen to paper on a youth-team contract.
Rooney posted an image of himself standing over the 11-year-old as he signed the deal next to his wife Coleen on social media, with his famous old number 10 shirt laying on the desk.
The Derby County player-coach included the following caption: “Proud day. Kai signing for Man Utd. Keep up the hard work son.”
Kai is Wayne and Coleen’s firstborn son, with the couple sharing three more boys: Klay (7), Kit (4) and Cass (2).
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