Manchester United Football Club finished their season just 26 days ago, when the Red Devils lifted the Europa League trophy in Stockholm. Now though, one of their key figures in the form of Wayne Rooney has already returned to training – as he looks to prove Jose Mourinho wrong for not playing him regularly.
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As we all know, Wayne Rooney’s Manchester United future is still up in the air. The 31-year-old forward had his poorest season in our famous red jersey last year – and eventually, that led to the man from Croxteth being used as a substitute for the most part.
Manchester United are a club renowned for playing host to some of the games biggest legends. One of those guys who have had a colossal impact on Old Trafford is Wayne Rooney. However, if recent performances are anything to go by, his time at the Theatre of Dreams looks to be coming to an end.
Manchester United’s current captain Wayne Rooney saw a massive reduction in on-field minutes this campaign. A large portion of that was due to some excellent displays from his teammates like Zlatan Ibrahimovic, coupled with a change in the system as we didn’t really play with a set #10.
Wayne Rooney’s Manchester United future has been up in the air recently, I think it’s fair to say that anyway. The 31-year-old captain has won absolutely everything at the Theatre of Dreams, but his performances this campaign have been less than impressive – and that is a real shame.
Old Trafford and Manchester United Football Club has played host to many-a-legend down the years. The Theatre of Dreams has paid homage to the likes of Ryan Giggs, Sir Bobby Charlton and Cristiano Ronaldo. Now, it looks as though another absolute icon of the club is set to leave.
Sadly, we won’t see Manchester United Football Club take to the field for the next couple of months as our season is over. However, it couldn’t have come to an end in a more fitting way; with silverware in the form of the Europa League crown. In truth, the match was easy.
Manchester United have had a whole host of legends on their books over the years. Not many have left a bigger legacy behind than Wayne Rooney. The Englishman has been an outstanding servant to Old Trafford for well over a decade, but it felt different watching him this season.
Manchester United Football Club have had a mixed season, with Jose Mourinho’s men winning the EFL Cup and sitting pretty in the final of the Europa League, whilst also not being anywhere close to good enough in the bread and butter of the Premier League.
Manchester United Football Club’s current captain is Wayne Rooney. The 31-year-old from Croxteth has had a mixed season, despite winning an EFL Cup winners medal and also surpassing Sir Bobby Charlton in the all-time top scorers list.