Wayne Rooney unhappy at Manchester United and wants to leave

by Sam Peoples

Wayne Rooney is “angry and confused” at Manchester United’s treatment of him and wants to move away from the club according to Sky sources.

The 27-year-old left  United’s pre-season tour before kicking a ball after aggravating a hamstring injury and as expected, Rooney’s potential departure from Old Trafford has already picked up pace.

Sky claim that he is upset he is confused at reports about him coming from the club and feels that he is at the peak of his career and has no intention of allowing his career to move backwards.

David Moyes suggested that Rooney would be playing second fiddle to Robin van Persie and it is no surprise that Moyes’ comments have irked Rooney.

Rooney is angry and confused? I’m angry and confused that he is angry and confused.

Clearly, Rooney feels that he has already proved himself over the past nine seasons at United and that he is exempt from criticism.

That was the case up until Van Persie’s arrival Wayne but, unfortunately, you just aren’t United’s main man anymore.

I, along with every United fan, would love to see Rooney firing on all cylinders once again and have him playing toe-to-toe alongside Van Persie but that wasn’t the case last season.

His hunger and desire to succeed with United seemed to have disappeared. They did disappear back in 2010 before Sir Alex Ferguson convinced him to stay but has he been worth the £250,000 a week that United gave him over the past two years? Questionable.

Rooney clearly feels he is bigger than the club and there is only one resolution for any player who thinks like that at United – the exit.

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The Peoples Person | Daily Manchester United news and analysis 07/18/2013 - 02:29

[…] the it all exploded when Wayne Rooney‘s representatives said he was “angry and confused” at David Moyes’ comments […]

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steve 07/16/2013 - 21:30

No matter where he goes, if he goes, he’ll make the new team stronger & may come back to haunt us in the CL And who would step up to take his place ? I get the feelng I’m watching a chess game at the moment though.

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Bob Koh 07/16/2013 - 19:12

Rooney has to understand that to be at the top requires constant effort & graft, not a ‘I’m already here at the top, so I can relax a little’ attitude. If after all that talking by Moyes & Roo is still not convinced, he can do one of two things: 1. Go at it with even greater effort, or 2. Hand in a transfer request. But United will not want to strengthen another PL team, so he has to go overseas, NOT to Chelsea, no way.

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mwape kashila 07/16/2013 - 18:23

i guess Rooney is confused because when he looks at how big and great the club is, he feels uncertain. One thing Rooney must do is look at the likes of Giggs and Scholes. I love Rooney and i always want to watch him play and man united.please Rooney stay

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