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He was also seen holding up a shirt with the number 10 on the back – the same number Wayne wore during a brilliant career at Old Trafford

Coleen wrote on her Instagram page: “Special night congratulations Kai I love you and I am so proud of you

Rooney played for Manchester United for 13 years between 2004 and 2017 and became club captain in 2014

Rooney, now 35, also won 12 major trophies for the Red Devils, including five Premier League titles and the 2008 Champions League

Rooney is considered one of the best players of his generation and is currently Player Manager at Derby County

Since Rooney took over the Rams at the end of November, he’s been unbeaten with two wins and four draws in six games

Kai is the oldest of the Rooney children The couple have three other sons – Klay (7), Kit (4) and Cass (2)

Last year a video of the youngster scoring an incredible free kick – and then celebrating with a FLIP – went viral

Rooney’s son Kai signs with Man Utd, as a proud father shines “Keep it up”

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