Date: 20th October 2013 at 3:50am
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The longest saga in football rumbles on...

The longest saga in football rumbles on…

United could face losing Wayne Rooney for a knockdown price next Summer after reports have emerged that the striker’s representatives haven’t met with those from the club about the prospect of a new deal. There’s also a worry that Sir Alex Ferguson’s book will once again open old wounds between Rooney and United by reiterating the striker’s alleged desire to leave last season- not to mention reliving the time he definitely did want to leave in 2010.

With Chelsea unlikely to have lost interest in the Summer as Rooney’s stock continues to rise this season, it would come as no great surprise if the England man finally did leave Old Trafford after a decade. The Mail reports that Rooney’s exit could come at a cut-price as with only a year left on his contract he’ll be available for free the following Summer, something that almost certainly wont be allowed to happen.


33 responses to “[Picture] Rooney Set For Cut-Price United Exit”


    Rooney is not a true professional, no matter what he and Moyes say or think. He is out to ruin Manchester United and should be SOLD. The earlier the better. He is only good for England. With better teams than the current one, England has never fared well after 1966.