Sky Sports takes a look at Wayne Rooney's career after he signed a new Manchester United contract.
Last Updated: 22/02/14 8:43am
Sky Sports takes a look at the career of Wayne Rooney after he signed a new Manchester United contract.
1985: Born October 24, Liverpool.
2002: August 17 - Makes Premiership debut in Everton's season-opening 2-2 draw at Southampton.
October 19 - Nets first Premiership goal with stunning late winner as Everton overcome champions Arsenal at Goodison Park.
2003: January 17 - Signs new deal to stay at Everton until the end of 2005-06 season.
February 12 - Becomes youngest player to win a full England cap when he appears as a second-half substitute against Australia.
September 6 - At 17 years and 317 days, becomes England's youngest goalscorer with equaliser in England's match in Macedonia.
2004: August 27 - Hands in transfer request to Everton.
August 31 - Signs for Manchester United for £27million just over four hours short of the deadline.
September 28 - Scores a stunning hat-trick - his first senior treble - in a 6-2 victory over Fenerbahce in the Champions League, on his United debut.
2005: April 24 - On the day he scores a stunning winner against Newcastle, named PFA Young Player of the Year.
2006: February 26 - Scores twice as United beat Wigan 4-0 in Carling Cup final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, Rooney's first senior trophy.
April 23 - Named PFA Young Player of the Year for the second successive year.
July 1 - Sent off in the World Cup quarter-final against Portugal after appearing to stamp on the groin of Ricardo Carvalho and then push Manchester United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo.
November 25 - Signs a two-year extension to his existing United contract in a deal designed to keep him at Old Trafford until 2012.
2007: May 5 - Wins first Premiership winners medal after the Red Devils are confirmed as champions.
2008: November 30 - Scores 100th club goal of his career in Manchester derby.
2009: August 22 - Scores his 100th United goal against Wigan.
April 25 - Named Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year.
April 30 - Named the Football Writers' Association Player of the Year.
October 19 - Ferguson confirms reports that Rooney has declined a new deal and wants to leave United, also suggesting he had not respected the club.
October 20 - Rooney issues a statement confirming his desire to leave: "I met with (chief executive) David Gill last week and he did not give me any of the assurances I was seeking about the future squad."
October 22 - Signs a new contract with the club.
2011: April 4 - Charged by FA with "use of offensive, insulting and/or abusive language" after swearing into a television camera during his team's 4-2 win at West Ham on April 2. He uttered an audible expletive after completing his hat-trick.
May 14 - Scores penalty in 1-1 draw against Blackburn. The point is enough to win the league for United and Rooney collects his fourth Premier League winners medal.
October 7 - Sent off whilst playing for England after kicking Montenegro defender Miodrag Dzudovic and misses first two matches of England's 2012 European Championship campaign.
2012: January 6 - United and Rooney release a joint statement dismissing a newspaper report that he is set to leave the club in the January transfer window.
2013: March 5 - Left out of United's starting XI for their Champions League last-16 second leg match against Real Madrid.
May 8 - United say Rooney is "not for sale" after it is understood he had a chat with Ferguson saying it would be best if he made a fresh start away from Old Trafford.
May 12 - Left out of the matchday squad for the home game against Swansea - Ferguson's final home game in charge. Ferguson later confirms Rooney "was not keen to play because he has asked for a transfer".
July 7 - New United manager David Moyes confirms Rooney is "not for sale".
July 16 - Rooney reportedly fuming at comments made by Moyes which suggested he was now regarded as a second-choice striking option behind Robin van Persie.
August - Chelsea have two bids for Rooney rejected by United.
September 9 - Ruled out of England's World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine after suffering gashed head in training.
September 17 - Becomes only the fourth person to score 200 goals for United with a brace in 4-2 Champions League win over Bayer Leverkusen, emulating Sir Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and Jack Rowley.
October 11 - Scores in 4-1 World Cup qualifying win over Montenegro and four days later nets in the 2-0 win over Poland as England secure their places in the finals. Rooney now has 38 international goals, 11 behind all-time record goalscorer Sir Bobby Charlton.
2014: Signs a new four-year contract worth around £300,000 a week, committing himself to the Old Trafford club until the end of the 2018-19 season.