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Rooney - Barcelona Interest

Rooney - Barcelona Interest

With speculation continuing to be published relating to the future of Wayne Rooney, a possible new destination has emerged this morning.

Previously, Rooney has been linked with moves, abroad, to Paris St Germain and Real Madrid, whilst, at home, Arsenal and Chelsea continue to be mentioned in dispatches.

Out of those four aforementioned clubs, many have perceived that Rooney, if he does leave Old Trafford, would prefer a move to Stamford Bridge.

However, the latest name to be thrown into the mix could change all that.

Speculation is rife that Barcelona if Rooney becomes available would be very keen to snap the striker up with the pundits inferring that his all-action style would suit Barcelona down to a tee.

All, I`m sure you`ll agree, fascinating stuff!



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

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday June 25 2013
Time: 4:47PM

Comments

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Rooney doesn't do tikka takka, he isn't patient enough and typically is too selfish with the ball to ever adjust to it. Not to mention he's like to play as striker even though he's better in midfield and he isn't about displace Messi now is he.
TheFamousNo7
25/06/2013 19:22:00
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LOL.
Sajit
25/06/2013 21:48:00
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Hahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahhahaahhahahahahahaha"his all action style" lol The grannies o f Barcelona had better watch out, all action Wayne s on his way. Seriously why would Barca want Rooney?
Kanchelskis
25/06/2013 22:11:00
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Rooney wouldn't work at Barca but if their willing to cough up more fool them.
MotorMad
25/06/2013 23:15:00
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