Time Up For Wayne Rooney At Manchester United?

Posted by By at 8 March, at 10 : 21 AM Print

Time Up For Wayne Rooney At Manchester United?

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is reportedly fed up of striker Wayne Rooney’s fitness and attitude and is considering selling him in the summer, with PSG and Arsenal both showing interest.

Ferguson shockingly dropped Rooney out of his starting eleven for Tuesday night’s Champions League defeat against Real Madrid at Old Trafford, preferring Danny Welback in attack with Van Persie.

The United manager is reportedly fed up of wanting Rooney to clear out his weight and fitness issues which has troubled him since the very start of the season. Fergie knows a decision will have to be made on his future since the 27-year-old will enter the final two years of his contract in the summer.

And as things currently stand, Rooney may well be on his way out of Old Trafford in the summer. He famously put in a transfer request in December 2010 before being convinced to stay on. Plus, Ferguson also has very good quality strikers at his disposal in the form of Van Persie, Welback and Hernandez. Rooney has admitted he relation with Ferguson hasn’t been on the best of terms throughout the season but disputed suggestions that he was not fit enough.

With his relationship with Ferguson rocky, Arsenal with cash reserves of £123.3 million and moneybags PSG are plotting a move for the England international and £20 million should be enough to tempt Ferguson to sell his forward.

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  1. Goodluck, 1 year ago Reply

    This’s the kind of player arsenal needs now becos he knows d premier league too well and will do enough 4 arsenal and he’s cheap,please get him.

  2. Brian oumo, 1 year ago Reply

    Bring hin on wenger

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