Profile: Wayne Rooney
- Current club: Manchester United
- Date of Birth: 24 October 1985
- Birthplace: Croxteth, Croxteth, Liverpool, England
- Position: Forward
Wayne Rooney has earned right to decide Man Utd future, says Paul Scholes
Wayne Rooney has earned the right to decide whether he will still be at Manchester United next season, according to Paul Scholes. The United and England captain has endured a frustrating campaign at Old Trafford and has become a regular on the substitutes' bench under Jose Mourinho.
Manchester City skipper Wayne Rooney will reportedly turn down advances from West Ham United for a reunion with boyhood club Everton in the summer.
On Wednesday night Germany and England will play an international friendly ahead of the weekend's World Cup qualifiers. Although there will still be some outstanding players on display, both teams have seen players that would normally be in the starting lineup having to withdraw with injury.
Wayne Rooney's future at Manchester United has been in doubt for some time now. Struggling to be a part of Jose Mourinho's starting lineup and extortionate offers from the Chinese Super League made it look likely that he would depart Old Trafford in the last transfer window. Since then, former club Everton have shown interest in signing the England man in the summer, and now another Premier League club are showing interest in him.
Manchester United could be prepared to rival Chelsea for the services of Romelu Lukaku amid the uncertainty over his future at Goodison Park.
A short while ago, Romelu Lukaku looked set to commit his long term future to Premier League club Everton, with deal being "99 percent done" according to his agent. However, Lukaku has this week refused to sign a new contract at the club, meaning that despite having two years left on his current deal, the Belgian striker could be on his way out of Goodison Park. Today, a potential replacement for Lukaku has emerged.
Gareth Southgate announced his England squad today for the upcoming international friendlies, including one against World Champions Germany. There has been plenty of speculation about who the England manager would pick in the run up to his selection, and today it was revealed that Sunderland striker Jermaine Defoe has earned his first England call up since 2013.
Manchester United continue their Europa League campaign tonight with a home tie against Russian side FC Rostov at Old Trafford. The teams are level at 1-1 after the first leg, with the winner progressing to the quarter finals.
Arsenal fans face the horrific possibility of losing two of their most important players in the summer, in the form of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez. To make that possibility even more devastating, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho appears to be showing interest in the duo, as he looks to build a title winning team at Old Trafford.
Ahead of Monday's crucial FA Cup quarter final clash between Chelsea and Manchester United, the Red Devils are facing a severe lack of attacking options, with all of their four recognised strikers set to be unavailable for the trip to Stamford Bridge.
Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini is open to the prospect of leaving Manchester United during the summer transfer window.
Manchester United are prepared to pay off the remainder of Wayne Rooney's £250,000-a-week contract in order to allow him leave on a free this summer.
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick is open to the possibility of joining the Chinese Super League in the summer.
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is considering the possibility of returning to former club Everton in the summer
Antoine Griezmann has been strongly linked with a move to Manchester United in recent months, with the Red Devils supposedly happy to meet the French international's £85 million release clause. However, if that move fails to materialise, an alternative target has been lined up to bolster the Manchester United attack.
Former Manchester United star Paul Ince has urged club-captain Wayne Rooney to consider a return to Everton in the summer.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman claims that the signing of Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney would make his team more stronger next season.
Former Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp feels Arsenal should make a move for Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney at the end of the season.
Ashley Young could still leave Manchester United for Shandong Luneng before the end of the month.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman could reportedly sanction a fresh move for Manchester United's Wayne Rooney at the end of the season.
England international Wayne Rooney has insisted that he will not be leaving the club before the end of the month.