Wayne Rooney reveals that he will walk out at Wembley with his two sons Kai and Klay when he receives his 100th England cap next month.
England captain Wayne Rooney plans to walk out at Wembley next month with his two young sons Kai and Klay to celebrate reaching 100 caps for his country.
The Manchester United forward is expected to reach the milestone in the Three Lions' European Championship qualifier against Slovenia.
"It will be great," PA quotes Rooney as saying. "It would have been nice if it was against Scotland at Celtic Park, but it's a great honour to get 100 caps for England.
"I'll be looking forward to it and excited about the next game. Obviously my two boys will walk onto the pitch with me, but that will be it I think."
Rooney will join a list of eight players, including Bobby Moore, David Beckham and Sir Bobby Charlton, when he makes his 100th England appearance.
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