Rooney was dropped from the England squad and has set his sights on forcing his way back in.
The England global will take over the captain's armband from Wayne Rooney after the club's record goal-scorer sealed a return to boyhood club Everton earlier this week. "He can be 10 behind the striker, the 9, the 7", said Koeman. "Hopefully, my performances are good enough for Everton and he won't be able to ignore me if they are".
Prior to the fee being agreed, the 24-year-old was heavily linked with a return to Chelsea, three years after leaving Stamford Bridge on a permanent transfer.
"It hadn't gone stale. but I know I am at my best when I am playing games consistently".
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Rooney added on Everton TV: "I really feel now the club is moving in the right direction, bringing the right calibre of players in".
"It is obviously frustrating".
"I'd prefer to have 10 players scoring 10-15 goals than one scoring 25".
With the deal close to being finalised as a medical was undergone in Los Angeles on Sunday, the Belgian forward took to Instagram and shared a warm message to the Merseyside club fans.
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"I always play like I have got a point to prove". "I'm not coming into a retirement home".
You know what they say about a player with big feet? It would be a special moment to win a trophy at Everton. "It's nice to play with one of your best friends in the team".
Lukaku was widely expected to leave Everton this summer after turning down a new contract but it was assumed by most that Chelsea, not United, were in pole position to sign him.
Former captain Rooney is England's top scorer with 53 goals but last played for the Lions in the World Cup qualifier against Scotland in November with Southgate omitting him in favour of in-form strikers.
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Real Madrid striker Morata and Borussia Dortmund's Aubameyang have been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge in recent weeks. Chelsea will attempt to bring in striker Andrea Belotti from Torino if Manchester United , as expected, sign Romelu Lukaku .
However, Everton have already signed Dutch worldwide Davy Klaassen and already have Ross Barkley, Tom Davies and Yannick Bolasie who can play in those positions.
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