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Wayne Rooney has earned a place back in the hearts of Everton fans after stopping for autographs following his medical at Finch Farm.
Manchester United striker Rooney underwent a medical at the Toffees' training ground on Saturday to closing in on a return to his boyhood club.
The England goal machine is expected to move to Goodison Park on a free contract after agreeing to take a huge pay cut.
It will be an emotional return to Merseyside for Rooney - 13 years after moving down the M62 for £25.6m.
The move has been rushed through after United's £75million bid for Romelu Lukaku was accepted.
The England striker’s agent Paul Stretford has been negotiating his move back to Goodison Parkwith Blues chairman Bill Kenwright.
Rooney signed autographs with fans on his exit from the training ground - as Stretford sat in the passengers seat.
And now an announcement is expected to say they too have reached agreement after news broke on Saturday morning of United's deal for Belgium international Lukaku.
Rooney is understood to be prepared to take a significant cut on his £250,000-a-week basic salary at United to make the deal happen.
He met with Toffees boss Ronald Koeman, who warned the player he will not tolerate any bad behaviour.
Koeman outlined his football vision including his tough disciplinary code for all of his players.
The Everton boss will not have a drinking culture at his club and believes Rooney can be a positive influence on his crop of talented young players.
Koeman is aware of Rooney’s past misdemeanours. The England striker was pictured looking the worse for wear after gatecrashing a wedding at England’s HQ at The Grove hotel in November.
He was also spotted in a late-night Chester pub in April, drinking pints to celebrate Manchester United’s win over Burnley.
Rooney also gambled away £500,000 in just two hours during a late-night visit to casino in May.
Koeman expects Rooney, 31, to buy into his philosophy while the forward is believed to have been impressed by the manager’s vision for Everton and expressed his own hunger to succeed at Goodison.
Throughout his career the tough Dutch boss has made it clear he will not indulge players because of their status in the game.
Koeman believes players must lead the correct lifestyle off the pitch.
He took on Zlatan Ibrahimovich and Mido at Ajax over their flash lifestyles when the pair raced Ferraris around the club stadium.
The Dutchman also cracked the whip while he was in charge at Valencia and axed skipper David Albelda and senior players Santiago Canizares and Miguel Angel Angelo because he was not happy with their attitudes.
Koeman also dropped Sadio Mane at Southampton when the Senegal striker was late to a team meeting and he is adamant all his Everton players must toe the club’s disciplinary line line.