Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney is possibly in his last season with the Premier League giants. It has been reported that the England captain’s management has been in contact with Chinese Super League club Tianjin Quanjian, although their manager Fabio Cannavaro has stated that the talks did not progress.
With the Chinese transfer window closing in 6 days’ time, the chances of any agreement being made are slim, so the United skipper will look at seeing out the rest of the season at old Trafford.
Although the 31-year-old striker is contracted until 2019 and, having gone on record as stating he would only play Premier League with Man United or his former club Everton, it looks increasingly likely that he will leave in the summer after 13 years at the club
Rooney joined Manchester United as an 18-year-old from Everton for £27 million in 2004.
He has gone on to win 5 Premier League titles and recently broke the club’s all time goal scoring record, previously held by England Legend Bobby Charlton, but has been very frustrated recently with lack of game time, after starting in only 3 games since 17th December, and was left out of the squad all together for last week’s European cup tie against Saint-Etienne.