1. Wayne Rooney
The second-greatest goalscorer in the history of the Premier League, Wayne Rooney started his career at Everton, as a 17-year old youngster back in 2002.
Rooney's testimonial match tonight. Here's one of his best goal vs Everton. pic.twitter.com/mRcypgSDPU
— United Finest (@United_Finest) August 3, 2016
He established himself as one of the most talented players in the country and was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in August 2004 in a £25.6 million transfer deal, becoming the most expensive teenager in football.
Rooney bagged a hat-trick on his Manchester United debut and went on to become an absolute legend at Old Trafford.
He won a total of 16 major trophies with the club, including five Premier League titles, one FA Cup trophy, as well as the 2008 UEFA Champions League.
The striker is the best all-time goalscorer of both United and the England national football team, having scored more than 350 goals in his entire career.
Wayne Rooney rejoined Everton in 2017 for one season and is currently playing for MLS side DC United.