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United - £95 million Swoop!

United - £95 million Swoop!

I`m not sure whether to laugh or cry!

Could Real Madrid lure away another of our mega-stars!

After losing Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid last summer, could lightning strike twice, could we really be about to lose Wayne Rooney to the same vultures?

Only a matter of days ago it was muted that Jose Mourinho would love to manage Rooney but thought it was an impossibility.

Well some news agencies think otherwise with many reporting that Jose Mourinho, eager to make a huge impact at the Bernabou, is ready to fire an incredible £95 million offer to Old Trafford to test our resolve as he seeks to build a new regime in Madrid.

Now, for all we know, it might all be a load of media rubbish but just play along with us for a few minutes.

If such an offer were to come along, would it be impossible to resist?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday June 1 2010
Time: 5:00PM

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personally I hope this is nonsense, as I want to see Rooney and all of our better players in the prem. I also wonder if wayne is a player who would enjoy the continental lifestyle and game.
oxfordspur
01/06/2010 17:05:00
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Rubbish I think, he wouldn't leave us, not for that mob at least.
elvido
01/06/2010 17:37:00
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Rooney loves the shirt and will stay and be a club legend unless he is pushed out for the money.
Bonesz
01/06/2010 17:54:00
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It will never happen. Fergie, the club, rooney and even mourinho wouldnt want it to happen. Non-Story.
tuscan3000
01/06/2010 17:56:00
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A ridiculous figure - even for Rooney!
Teddy_KGB
01/06/2010 18:01:00
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Can't see it myself, well not for another twelve months! And as for loving the shirt - didn't he love the Everton one?
merlin
01/06/2010 18:59:00
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I dont even think its a case of loving the shirt. Everton is his team and unless they get a billionaire takeover he wont be leaving United for another premier league team. Beyond that I just can't see Rooney dragging his wife and newborn baby away from their families to live in a foreign country. He seems like the kind of guy who enjoys the simple life - playing football and being surrounded by family. Barring a sharp decline of the club - I dont think he'll ever see the need to leave.
tuscan3000
01/06/2010 19:06:00
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Coming from a Chelsea fan I hope Rooney remains in England. I want the premierleague to retain its newly found status as the best league in the world and losing superstars like Rooney would be a great loss for the league as a whole.
Seanytrueblue
01/06/2010 19:19:00
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you'd be mad not to take that huge sum of money for him!
Al Billy
01/06/2010 19:26:00
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The best players in the world play in Spain. Fact.
lordjohnny
01/06/2010 20:21:00
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