Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney

  • Date of Birth: 24 October 1985
  • Birthplace: Croxteth, Croxteth, England
  • Position: Forward

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‘I’ll let you into a secret’: Sky pundit shares what Wayne Rooney told him about Everton job
... , Marcelo Bielsa, and former Burnley coach, Sean Dyche, are the main men in the running. In regards to Rooney, Liverpool-born Lowe shared a ...
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Jesse Lingard reacts to Cristiano Ronaldo's interview

Former Manchester United star Jesse Lingard has said that he supports the club's forthcoming decision on Cristiano Ronaldo.

Coppell's Incredible Record at Manchester United

Two longstanding records that almost looked unbreakable at Manchester United have been smashed in the last 15 years. Wayne Rooney overtook Sir Bobby Charlton as the club’s all-time leading scorer with 253 goals. Bobby 249. Ryan Giggs made 963 appearances in United colours,  beating Charlton's 758 appearances.

Wayne Rooney wants Man Utd to sign this manager

Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney has urged his former club to appoint Mauricio Pochettino as their permanent manager.

D.C. United leading the race to sign Arsenal playmaker

Major League Soccer side D.C. United are reportedly leading the race to sign midfielder Mesut Ozil from Arsenal next month.

Mesut Ozil heading for January Arsenal exit?

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil could reportedly head through the exit door in the New Year amid his struggles to break into the matchday squad under Unai Emery.

A newfound star in Norwegian football - Erling Haaland

Ruben Gabrielsen had some choice words to describe a rising star in the Norwegian football scene - Erling Braut Haaland. A young forward that continues to take football by storm. 

Mesut Ozil's representatives open talks with MLS club?

The representatives of Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil are reported to have opened discussions with MLS club DC United regarding a potential transfer at the turn of the year.

Wayne Rooney rules out England loan return

Former England international captain Wayne Rooney has pulled the plug on a potential move back to the Premier League in the January transfer window, insisting that he is committed to the MLS and to his current club DC United. Rooney has been linked with a short-term loan deal to join either Southampton or his former club Everton.

Everton target Chelsea duo

Everton are looking to land Chelsea duo of Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Michy Batshuayi, according to Mirror football.

Everton plan move for ex-West Ham United midfielder

Everton are reportedly mulling over an approach to sign Joao Mario from Inter Milan this summer. The Portugal international spent the second half of the previous campaign on loan with West Ham United, contributing two goals from 13 league appearances.