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Rooney Will Leave For Madrid, It's All Over

Rooney Will Leave For Madrid, It's All Over

Wayne Rooney will leave for Real Madrid at the end of the season, it is a certainty now. Oh yes. Even though he stated several times he did not want to go anywhere, even if Fergie would rather die than let him go (probably), Real Madrid will still get him.

Yes, Catalan newspaper Sport has irrefutable evidence: apparently, he did a photoshoot for the latest FIFA game - first in a Manchester United kit, then in a white shirt, in the colour of Real Madrid. And here comes the killer part: Karim Benzema also did it before signing for Madrid. It's over, we have to accept then: Rooney is leaving.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Zae
Date:Thursday April 29 2010
Time: 10:17PM

Comments

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Sport is even worse than our Daily Sport (but without the knockers), so I agree with the sentiments of this article. But hey, you never know, if enough season ticket holders at manu take up the boycott next season you might have to sell him to keep in profit...
fifthcolumnblue
29/04/2010 22:23:00
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Rooney will never leave Manu unless he is thrown out.
mjspurs
30/04/2010 01:51:00
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Clutching at Straws eh, fcb? Even selling our best players is not handicap enough for your lot.
elvido
30/04/2010 05:15:00
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He wears white for England.remember.He is not going anywhere
stu_shree
30/04/2010 08:44:00
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Is that the same player that published the article on barca engineering a cunning player swap deal with Newcastle involving puyol and taylor
khoder
30/04/2010 14:15:00
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What nonsense is going through your head? You're basing Rooney going to Madrid because he had a photo taken in a White shirt? Get a grip man. Rooney will never leave United, if he does, I'll walk naked round Manchester town hall!
UnitedTilIDie
30/04/2010 17:31:00
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Please note the sarcastic tone in the article UnitedTilIDie. Rooney is going nowhere. He may force a higher pay packet in a new contract though. 120,000 pounds/ week is a superb salary by any standard BUT that of top players in Spain and Italy. With a rise in Income tax to 50% and on the back of his best season in his career so far expect Rooney to get a new 150,000/ week contract.
Deltaforce
30/04/2010 18:03:00
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He is not the kind to leave, not for money at least!
elvido
01/05/2010 06:44:00
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