Wayne Rooney spent thirteen years at Manchester United, having signed from Everton for a then record transfer fee for a teenager back in August 2004. He has since gone on to win sixteen trophies with the club although his list of international honours is the polar opposite.
In regards to silverware, one of his best seasons was back in the 2007/08 season when Manchester United managed to win both the Premier League and Champions League and defied Champions League betting odds by beating Barcelona in the semi-finals. That would be Rooney’s only Champions League trophy of his career, however it was only the second of five Premier League titles the English striker would win.
Rooney won his final trophy with United in 2016/17, the Europa League, just months before he sealed a return to Everton. By winning the Europa League, it meant only one trophy had eluded him during his career, the European Super Cup. He also have the opportunity to win it for two seasons in a row, if he can use his vast experience of winning to help Everton to glory in the competition this season.
This infographic takes a look at his career, from his trophy cabinet to the records he broke. He may have been a less influential figure towards the end of his Manchester United career but now that he has returned to his boyhood club, he can use his winning mentality to help them progress in the league.