Man U coach Jose Mourinho has told England/Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney that he can leave the club if he desires to play regular football once again.
Rooney has been left out of the starting line up in Man United's last 3 EPL matches and on Sunday reached a new low as he was totally left out of the travelling squad to Chelsea altogether.
Rooney is currently injured, but Mourinho has refused to give England's all time highest goalscorer any assurances that he'll return to the starting line-up once he''s back from injury with plenty Chinese clubs willing to tempt away Rooney who earns about £300,000 per week at Man U. Before the coming of MOU Rooney decided to play his rest of career at Man United but with the way he is being benched he is now going to have a rethink.
According to a report by Sun Uk and Mirror UK, after 12 years, 532 games and 246 goals, the Red Devils captain's future looks more uncertain than ever after being told by Mourinho he is no longer first-choice.
Former England coach Sven Goran Eriksson who now coaches in the Chinese Super League is willing to bring the Man U striker to the Far East and tempt him with a massive £80million contract and a massive £500,000 per week deal.
He could also move to the MLS just like his co-mates Steve Gerrard and Lampard
But the amount from the Chinese clubs are way to big for any club to compete with.