Kai Rooney Predicts Future with Man Utd

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Kai Rooney, the son of Manchester United and England legend Wayne Rooney, has declared that he will be playing for his father’s former club in 10 years’ time.

The nine-year-old, who is already a talented footballer, made the announcement during an interview with his father on the BBC’s Football Focus.

When asked by presenter Dan Walker if he would be playing for Manchester United in 10 years’ time, Kai replied: “Yes, I will.”

Kai, who is the eldest of Wayne’s four sons, is already a regular at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground, where he is often seen playing with his father and other members of the first team squad.

He is also a regular at Old Trafford, where he has been seen cheering on his father’s former club from the stands.

However, despite his obvious affinity for Manchester United, Kai has revealed that they are not his favourite team in England.

When asked by Walker which team he supported, Kai replied: “I support Everton.”

Kai’s father Wayne spent 13 years at Everton, where he scored a club record 183 goals in 393 appearances.

He left the club in 2004 to join Manchester United, where he went on to become the club’s all-time leading goalscorer with 253 goals in 559 appearances.

Kai’s announcement that he will be playing for Manchester United in 10 years’ time has been met with excitement from the club’s supporters, who are already looking forward to seeing the young Rooney in action.

The nine-year-old is already a highly-rated player, and has been tipped to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a professional footballer.

Kai has already been scouted by a number of clubs, including Manchester United, and is expected to join an academy in the near future.

If he does make it to the top, he will become the first member of the Rooney family to play for Manchester United, and will no doubt be a huge hit with the club’s supporters.

Only time will tell if Kai will be able to fulfil his dream of playing for Manchester United in 10 years’ time, but one thing is for sure – the young Rooney is already a star in the making.