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Barcelona eyeing swap deal for Rooney amidst Manchester United’s petrifying stance - originally posted on Soccerlens.comManchester United are set to toughen their handling of the want-away English forward, Wayne Rooney.
The Old Trafford outfit remain adamant that Rooney will not be sold this summer and plan to demand a formal transfer request, should the player and his agent try to engineer a move away.
The 27-year-old has two years remaining on his lucrative £250,000 per wages contract and manager David Moyes is unwilling to part ways with the maverick star.
According to reports from Guardian, it is still unclear whether Rooney has held talks with his manager or not, but United camp are seemingly relaxed about the issue involving the player’s future.
The unsettled striker, who has been courted by both the cross-town London rivals, Chelsea and Arsenal, may also demand Moyes to confirm publicly that he has not submitted any formal transfer request, contrary to what was claimed by ...
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Wayne Rooney has arrived at Manchester United's training ground ahead of what could be a key day in deciding his future.
Sky sources understand the England striker is due to hold face-to-face talks with new United manager David Moyes at Carrington after becoming frustrated at his first-team role last season.
Rooney verbally requested a transfer in May, according to outgoing...
Since the end of the Premiere League season, there has been a ton of speculation that star forward Wayne Rooney would demand a transfer from Manchester United. While Rooney has expressed a desire to move on, the club has now firmly stated that he is not for sale and will remain at Old Trafford for the foreseeable future. Former Everton boss David Moyes took over for the retiring...
Wayne Rooney has left Manchester United's training ground - and is reportedly yet to hold talks with manager David Moyes over his future.
Rooney, back at Carrington on Wednesday after his summer break, was due to have medical tests and stayed for just over three hours before departing. Moyes was also on site in his third day as United manager and it is understood he and Rooney...
Premier League transfer news: Chelsea to focus on Rooney - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Chelsea are ready to switch their focus to signing Wayne Rooney from Manchester United. The blues’ planned deal for Edinson Cavani could fall through due to Napoli’s incredibly high transfer fee demand.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has revealed he is looking to make one or two more...
Premier League Transfer Round Up: Wayne Rooney set to stay claims the Chosen One - originally posted on Soccerlens.comDavid Moyes handled the inquisitions regarding the Wayne Rooney transfer saga, in his first press conference as the manager of Manchester United, very well.
Instead of conventional style of evading the questions, Moyes responded graciously with a certain degree of...
Petr Cech could see Wayne Rooney wearing the blue of Chelsea if the Manchester United striker decided he needs a new challenge.
Rooney is being linked with the Blues, Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain after former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson claimed after his last home game in charge in May that the striker had asked to leave Old Trafford for a second time.
Cech believes Rooney...
New Manchester United manager David Moyes says Wayne Rooney will remain with the Premier League champions and won't be sold.
The England striker had indicated before the end of last season, before manager Alex Ferguson retired, that he wanted to leave United after nine years.
Moyes, who previously managed Rooney at Everton, says ''Wayne will not be sold by Manchester...
New Manchester United manager David Moyes has confirmed that Wayne Rooney is "not for sale" and "will remain" at Old Trafford.
Rooney's future has been the focus of much speculation this summer and has cast a huge shadow over the early stages of Moyes' tenure as he replaces Sir Alex Ferguson.
Chelsea, Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain have all been touted...
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson has insisted defender Wes Morgan is not for sale.
The 29-year-old centre-back has been linked with a return to former club Nottingham Forest, but Pearson says he is going nowhere.
But he told BBC Radio Leicester: "Wes is not a player I have any intention of selling, so it doesn't matter whether there has been a bid or not.
This isn’t over yet — not by a long shot.
On Friday, David Moyes held his first news conference as Manchester United’s manager. He told the media that Wayne Rooney will stay with United and that he looks forward to working with the star forward again.
“Wayne is not for sale,” the Telegraph reports Moyes said. “He’s a Manchester United player and he will remain a Manchester...
Why Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo won’t be swapping clubs this summer - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney (left) and Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo (right) have both been linked with summer moves away from their respective clubs to each others’.
However, with both players playing for two clubs of such magnitude, the grass is...
Gerard Pique believes Manchester United 's Wayne Rooney can be one of the best three players in the world and would fit in well at Barcelona.
Rooney's future at Old Trafford remains uncertain, with new Red Devils boss David Moyes expected to address the issue at his first Old Trafford press conference on Friday.
Moyes' predecessor, Sir Alex Ferguson, claimed towards...
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This article titled “Manchester United’s David Moyes and Wayne Rooney prepare for showdown” was written by Jamie Jackson, for guardian.co.uk on Tuesday 2nd July 2013 21.06 UTC