Wayne Rooney should come out of England after appearing in his last game against United States in a friendly match at Wembley this month, according to Sunday Football Association.
Wayne Rooney (Picture Getty)
Rooney, a record-breaking record for both Manchester United and England, has not been playing football for two years.
But the 33-year-old is currently in the United States at Major League Soccer in Washington, and will wear the Three Lions jersey last time on Wembley on November 15.
The match will be called Wayne Rooney Foundation International to support the support of charity donors, with England manager Gareth Southgate appointing the 33-year-old.
Rooney said: "I'm really happy, and very happy to play for England at Wembley," said Rooney continued.
"I would like to thank Gareth Southgate and the FA for hosting me and helping me support his Foundation."
The FA added that the Wembley players will give the opportunity to show their value on one of England's players, as he tries to hit the Three Lions in his career in three World Cups and three UEFA European Championships.
The former Everton and United striker has scored 53 goals in 119 games for England, the most expensive footballer ever before he announced he retired from international football in August 2017.
He has scored 12 goals for DC United since joining the end of the season in England, after joining Everton, and helped recover from the bottom of the league.