Wayne Rooney says goodbye to his sons after Coleen and kids fly out to US to visit Man Utd legend | The Sun08/27/2022
WAYNE ROONEY has said goodbye to his sons and wife Coleen after they flew out to the US for a visit.
The Manchester United legend was appointed DC United manager in July after he left his post as Derby boss.
Wife Coleen and children Kai, 12, Klay, 9, Kit, 6 and Cass, 4, stayed in England as Rooney set off on his next adventure to further his managerial career.
However, Rooney's start to life back in DC hasn't exactly gone to plan.
Rooney, 36, has won just one game – with the win coming against Orlando City.
DC United have drawn once and lost four times under England's record goal scorer.
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But to help Rooney settle into his new role, his family flew over to the US to visit.
The Rooneys spent time in New York and shared a family photo in front of the Statue of Liberty.
Coleen and the kids also visited Washington, where they spent time during Rooney's playing days.
However, Coleen didn't like the move and prefers the North East of England.
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In her highly-publicised trial against fellow Wag Rebekah Vardy, Coleen confessed that when she lived in Maryland in 2019, she was so miserable that she "cried every night".
The visit was a much needed morale boost for Rooney, who posted an adorable photo alongside his four boys as his family set off to return to England.
Rooney captioned the Instagram post: "See you soon lads."
Everton fans will also be pleased to see second oldest, Klay, sporting the Toffees' famous blue colours.
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