Found July 27, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
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Google Manchester United at the moment and what you get is long list of players linked with the club: Fabregas, Ronaldo and the one player “definitely” leaving for either Chelsea or Arsenal: Wayne Rooney. Many people, United fans included seem to have accepted that Wayne Rooney will leave the club and they are looking at his potential replacement rather than considering what United stand to lose. Wayne Rooney may have had his worst season for United, but he still chipped in with 12 goals and 10 assists from 22 starts in the league. Put that in to perspective, Juan Mata who was voted fan’s player of the year and the player’s player of the year at Chelsea scored 12 goals with 12 assists from 31 starts. It does show how high the expectations of Rooney are at United and it also explains why Chelsea covet a player who’s statistics rival those of their current player of the year. Rooney has been the heart beat of United and whilst he didn’t hit those heights last year, he was the
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