Wayne Rooney Set to Quit Manchester United

Updated: July 17, 2013
Wayne Rooney

Over the past few weeks and days, the anticipation and the hype surrounding the future of Wayne Rooney has been building around Old Trafford.

As wires become increasingly crossed and hints are constantly being dropped by a variety of sources, it has become difficult to tell what exactly might happen to the Red Devils star,  however it appears as though the last 24 hours have revealed that he may well be finally on his way out.

The 27 year-old has revealed through a close source that he feels “Angry and confused” following revelatory comments from David Moyes last week. It appears as though the United supremo considers Rooney as second-choice striker behind Robin Van Persie and this has not gone down well with the England international at all.

To quantify the rumours and recent drama, Jamie Jackson from The Guardian has gone on record as saying that “It’s looking that he’s leaving Manchester United”.

Despite David Moyes having stated earlier in the summer that Wayne Rooney was not for sale, one feels as though the damage caused by his comments a few days ago may now be irreparable.

Of course, until Moyes and the rest of his backroom team come out and state clearly that Rooney is going to feature prominently in their defence of the title, one feels that the former Everton striker may not want to stay. And, along with the prospect of playing regular first-team football with a number of supposed suitors such as Chelsea and Arsenal, it seems as though he is very close to the exit door.

And, what’s more is that the Manchester club could do with the finance from a Rooney sale to fuel their bid for Cesc Fabregas along with finding a replacement striker for a player who has grown increasingly unhappy at Old Trafford over the past few months.

The Club he will most likely join is Chelsea FC and they are 9/4 with Boylesports.com to win next seasons Premier League

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