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The current media campaign to drive Wayne Rooney out of Old Trafford continues to generate column inches in the red-top press.

Today 'The Sun` takes great pleasure in pointing out that United would sell the prolific striker (27 goals last season) if as bid, in the region of, 50 million was received.

They also go on, taking great delight in doing so, to point out that the price-tag would see only one Premier League club able to afford Rooney, that club being Manchester City (whatever happened to FFP?) and then pointing out that the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and big-spending PSG are not interested in acquiring him.

When will they learn? He`s not going anywhere!



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 28 2012

Time: 4:45PM

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Just the red top press making mischief as I've said before. Most of their so called news is just celebrity stalking/fawning then dropping them in the ***** when they mess up. Just look at the built up to the last few world cups as case and point. Hype till the entire countrys expectations are frankly insane then slay whoever they decide should be the scapegoat Beckham for example. Good job the Olympics went off without a hitch or they'd be calling for him and Seb Coe to be publicly linched
MotorMad
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29/08/2012 08:56:00

If a 50 mil bid was received I would consider selling him to be honest. I still haven't fully forgiven him for holding the club to ransom and questioning its ambition so you won't see any tears shed from me if he leaves. We're no longer in a position whereby Rooney is the most important player and he can't use it to his advantage. That said I can't see him leaving just yet.
TheFamousNo7
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29/08/2012 09:13:00

Admittedly a bid of 50 mill or over and i'll deliver him myself. Like Famous said we have options to cover for the loss of him now
MotorMad
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29/08/2012 10:41:00

 

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