Wayne Rooney wants to celebrate a sensational return to England at Wembley Stadium against the United States
- Wayne Rooney will play one final game for England at Wembley Stadium in November
- The striker from DC United will play in a friendly against the United States for his country
- The 33-year-old also receives the captain's armband for the charity game
- England's friendship with the US will raise funds for the Wayne Rooney Foundation
Sam Mcevoy for Mailonline
Wayne Rooney will make a sensational return from international retirement to play one last time in a friendly against the USA at Wembley this month.
The Three Lions & # 39; best scorer of all time is named in the team of Gareth Southgate for the upcoming fund-raiser against the US national team on 15 November, according to The Sun.
The former Manchester United striker receives the captaincy for his 120th international match in a farewell match for the 33-year-old.
Wayne Rooney will play one final game for England at Wembley Stadium in November
The DC United striker will face his country in a friendly against the United States
WAYNE ROONEY'S ENGLAND CAREER
Main tournaments: six
Awards: England's top scorer ever
The striker from DC United had announced his career in England at the beginning of last season after scoring 53 goals for his country over a 13-year period.
Rooney's last appearance for his country took place three years ago in a 3-0 victory against Scotland, when he moved to the state.
Since his move to Washington, he was very productive, pulling the MLS team from the bottom of the table in the playoff places and scored 12 goals in 20 games.
This rich veining will be ended when he leads England to Wembley for the last time.
Gareth Southgate will name Rooney in his squad and will give him the captaincy
A source told The Sun: "It will give English fans the opportunity to bid farewell to a popular player while earning money for meaningful purposes."
The game will bring money to the Wayne Rooney Foundation and the game could raise more than £ 500,000 for various children's charities.
As an English player, Rooney has won 71 games, drawn 29 times and lost only 19 of his internationals on international level.