With every passing day it is becoming increasingly clear that Wayne Rooney's days are numbered at Manchester United. He has achieved a legendary status at the club, but the general perception about him is that it is time for him to move elsewhere.
There are lucrative offers on the table from the far east where Rooney could earn twice the money on a weekly basis, should any deal materialise.
Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, dropped a huge bombshell regarding Wayne Rooney's future yesterday, when he said thathe cannot guarantee that the striker would stay at the club till the end of the season.
Rooney surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton to become the club's all time leading goal scorer with 250 goals last month, and has won every honour in the English game.
Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes, feels that the Red Devils should try to sign Real Madrid midfielder, Toni Kroos, next summer. Scholes reckons that Kroos would be the perfect partner alongside Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera in United's three-man midfield.
Jose Mourinho, the United manager, signed Pogba for £89m in the summer, but he has often struggled to find a perfect balance in the midfield.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has played a key role in steering Manchester United back into the race for Champions League qualification with 15 goals so far this season. The 35-year-old has lifted the mood at Old Trafford, but his impact at the Manchester club goes beyond just scoring goals.
He is proving an equally important asset for United off the pitch as he is on it.
Manchester United manager, José Mourinho, is confident that Real Madrid will not sign David de Gea by keeping him in the dark. The reason is that he andFlorentino Pérez, the Spanish club's president, are 'big friends'.
Earlier this week, Spanish newspaper, Marca, reported that Real Madrid would be looking to sign De Gea next summer.
Manchester United have announced a record profit for any quarter in their history, on Thursday. The Red Devils returned to the top of the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time since 2005 last month, and are on course to achieve record revenues this fiscal year despite their absence from the Champions League.