Wayne Rooney has decided to quit Manchester United after accepting that his Old Trafford career is coming to an end.
Wayne Rooney is not happy with his reduced role at Manchester United under Jose Mourinho and has told some friends he will continue his career outside the Old Trafford moving forward, a source told Sports Mail.
‘The writing is on the wall for Wayne. He can see what’s happening. He’s playing less and believes he still has a lot to give. He won’t want to continue here like this.’
The United captain has a £35million-a-year offer on the table to play in China, where the transfer window closes next Tuesday.
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Mourinho last night refused to offer any guarantees that Rooney will stay, saying: ‘Of course I can’t guarantee. I cannot guarantee that I’m here next week, how can I guarantee that a player is here next season?
‘What I can guarantee is that if one day Wayne leaves the club it is not because I want him to leave.
‘I would never push a legend of this club to another destiny. You have to ask him if he sees himself staying in the club for the rest of his career or sees himself moving.
‘It is not a question for me because I am happy to have him. I was very open with you in the answer. I don’t want him to leave.’