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Rooney pictured at McDonald’s drive-thru as Manchester United exit looms

Date Posted,July 5, 2017

Wayne Rooney has been pictured at a McDonald’s drive-thru with one of his sons as speculation over an Old Trafford exit intensifies.

After recording his lowest goalscoring tally since moving to Manchester United in 2004, the 31-year-old looks set to move on.

Everton are leading the chase to sign the England international with Ronald Koeman keen for Rooney to return to his boyhood club.

The transfer of the Red Devils captain to the Toffees would likely accelerate any transfer between United and Everton for Lukaku.

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The two clubs have agreed a £75million deal for the Belgium striker with personal terms yet to be finalised.

But rather than sit in and dwell on what might be, Rooney left the house and treated one of his sons to a McDonald’s.

Two of the fast food chain’s staff members briefly stopped work to take a selfie with the England captain.

Rooney, who looks less than pleased, stares in the camera’s direction.

Wayne and Coleen Rooney on holiday (Image: Splash News)

The United star has not long been back from a family holiday in the Mediterranean.

United fly out to America for their pre-season tour of the states on Sunday and the Red Devils captain could find himself on that flight should his transfer not go through.

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