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United - Mancini Economical With the Truth?

With the general belief being that only Manchester City, in this country, have the financial clout to sign Wayne Rooney, it`ll be interesting to monitor the thoughts of Roberto Mancini over the coming weeks.

Yesterday, Mancini remained non-committal about making a move for Rooney indicating that he`d not (as yet) made a move for the player. Today, Mancini is still not declaring any direct interest in the player but has instead offered a few words relating to the way the world has changed before twittering on about reviewing the situation in the summer.

Now Mancini may be holding his cards very closely to the chest and he may not be revealing all his true intentions, although you can hardly blame him in this situation, but we reckon something is stirring over at Eastlands and we wouldn`t be too surprised if Mancini was being economical with the truth when he remarked to the media,

"I`m not surprised (Rooney wants to leave) because the world has changed and players can change their teams every year if they want now."

"It would be easy for Rooney to come here because he knows the way. He`s already in Manchester."

"Seriously though, I don`t know. There has been no contact. Bu tin the summer, if there`s a good player who could change something for us, then we can talk."


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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 21 2010

Time: 5:00PM

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mancini must be a magician - every piccie I use of him has no image!
Red Boy
A magician?! Sweet. Hopefully he can make Man City disappear! :P Man City like many other clubs will be interested, from a footballing perspective he is a great player and if you forget the rivalry he can really add to their team, however, I dont think Rooney will choose them regardless of the offer.
TheFamousNo7
Ha, Famous we aren't going anywhere! As for Rooney not joining us, I wouldn't bet against it. Hell hath no fury like a 'wronged' scouser! He'll be brooding at home, wondering how to get Taggart back.
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