Straight from Old Trafford: Manchester United GOLDEN BOY to leave next summer
Manchester United are looking to sell Wayne Rooney next summer as they look to cut his massive wages from the club’s expenses, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 31-year old is currently earning a massive £300,000-a-week with the Red Devils but has seen a huge dip in form over the past few weeks which has seen him being benched both for the club and the country in the recent weeks.
Rooney is expected to start from the bench against Liverpool at Anfield this weekend as he is not been effective since the start of the season despite Jose Mourinho providing him plenty of games to find his lost form.
The English striker is one of the greatest goalscorers in Premier League and has been the face of the club for over a decade now since his move from Everton in 2004. However, the major stumbling block would be the club would not be able to get the commercial appeal as the 31-year old has been a huge factor for the club in getting major sponsorship deals making them one of the richest clubs in the world.
Rooney has been the most consistent striker for Manchester United until the early 2010s but has lost his way in the recent ways as he is no longer the player he was. The player is keen to stay with the club despite his limited role in the coming months.
He is just five goals short of becoming the highest goalscorer for Manchester United but might find it difficult unless he finds his form again. Few clubs in China and USA are keen to sign him as it won’t be hard for Manchester United to find potential buyers for Rooney if hey decide to sell him next summer despite the player having two years left in his massive contract.
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