Wayne Rooney might be Manchester United's all-time record goalscorer but his son will likely sign for crosstown rivals Manchester City once again.
The 34-year-old is set to return to England from his Major League Soccer stint with DC United to join Championship side Derby County in January.
As a consequence, his eldest son Kai Rooney will likely rejoin City's youth academy, snubbing his father's former club United in the process, as reported by The Sun.
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The nine-year-old initially played for United's youth teams when his dad was still in the books of the club, but moved over to City in 2016.
However, when his father joined DC United in the United States, he played for Bethesda Soccer Club.
Rooney's MLS stint ended with a disappointing 5-1 play-off defeat to Toronto FC, and the former United captain will now begin preparing for his return to English football.
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