According to the player himself, Wayne Rooney will remain at Manchester United for the foreseeable future. Reports have flooded over the past few days speculating over the England international’s future with Chinese Super League sides reportedly interested in landing his signature. His agent reportedly flew to China to speak with several Chinese Super League sides. 

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Despite the pedantic criticisms and injurious falsehoods over the years, Wayne Rooney has managed to overcome overwhelming odds to become a legend in the game for both club and country. Twice the striker has broken Sir Bobby Charlton’s records- surpassing him to become the leading goalscorer for both England and Manchester United.   Record in 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. Saturday the 21st of January started quite well for United fans worldwide, as rivals Liverpool suffered a shock defeat against Swansea at Anfield. With the late kick-off being Manchester City vs Tottenham, teams were guaranteed to drop more points – a victory at the bet365 stadium in Stoke would 

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On Saturday 21st January 2017, Wayne Rooney made history by overtaking Sir Bobby Charlton as Manchester United’s all-time leading scorer with 250 goals in all competitions. An outstanding free-kick against Stoke in the 94th minute salvaged a precious point for the Red Devils in their hunt for a spot in the top four, the bare 

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Video uploaded by YouTuber La.VQ showing the best goals scored by Wayne Rooney during his time as a player for Manchester United. The United legend has scored 248 goals in 540 appearances so far for the Red Devils.   Like O-Posts on Facebook You can also follow O-Posts on Twitter @OPosts

You may be forgiven to think [that] Wayne Rooney is a washed up veteran with his best days on the turf well behind him. Much of it is true as the forward- who doubles up as the skipper for both England and Manchester United- has been reduced to a regular starter…on the bench. His second 

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There was an amusing moment after Manchester United’s 1-3 win at Bournemouth on Sunday when, cramped inside one of the Dean Court stands, Zlatan Ibrahimović and Wayne Rooney were asked to present an odd-looking Man of the Match award to defender Eric Bailly. The Ivorian won all of his headers and won possession back nine 

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It all started so promisingly. He was England’s great white hope at Euro 2004 and the nation’s youngest player to ever be capped. Twelve-years on he travels to France as captain – and a much changed player and character. So can he still have an impact? Or is his legend now bigger than the player 

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It hasn’t been the smoothest of seasons for Wayne Rooney, a slow start to the campaign after another dismal major tournament experience with England and the prolific form of Robin Van Persie, which has meant the normally talismanic attacker has had to slip under the radar somewhat and settle for an auxiliary role as Manchester 

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