“I’m Open To Leave Old Trafford” — Wayne Rooney
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The Manchester United legend has reportedly asked his representatives to consider his future options.
The Manchester United star yesterday broke the Red Devils’ goalscoring record.
Rooney netted his 250th goal for the Premier League giants, surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton’s tally.
The England ace has been in and out of the United team under Jose Mourinho and has become a bit-part player.
According to The Sun, Rooney has told his team to assess his options after he leaves Old Trafford – with a huge offer from China imminent.
A source in China told the newspaper: “Wayne loves playing for United and has pretty much achieved everything in the game.
“But he knows the time comes for everyone to leave so he’s asked his team to consider what options he has.
“And China is becoming more and more of a draw for a lot of top class players thanks to the money on offer.”
Rooney’s contract runs out next summer. He has spent 13 years at United and made more than 550 appearances for the club.