Manchester United manager David Moyes has admitted that he has grown tired of answering questions about the future of Wayne Rooney, Sky
Since previous manager Sir Alex Ferguson alleged that Rooney had submitted a transfer request towards the end of last season – which the player denied – there has been considerable doubt over whether Rooney will remain at the club, with Arsenal, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain thought to be amongst his possible destinations.
Moyes said in June that Rooney will stay a Manchester United player, however questions have persisted, resulting in Moyes hitting back. He said at a press conference: “Unless I was speaking double Dutch, I’ve said that Wayne Rooney is not for sale. I have answered lots of questions about Wayne and it’s getting repetitive. I don’t want to talk about it all day.
‘I have really covered all the things on Wayne. You mustn’t forget Manchester United is about a team, not any one individual.”
Rooney has had to leave United’s pre-season tour of Asia and Australia with a hamstring injury, which is likely to keep the 27-year-old out for up to a month.
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