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Old 10-19-2010   #91
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bas hope he doesn't go to City b koun wosekh ma baddo chi gher l money metlo metel Tevez!
Rooney doesn't have any problem with SAF ... the problem is that the UK media are attacking him enormously.
So bel mabda2 if rooney is going to leave MAN U b7ess he's going to a club outside the UK !


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Rooney doesn't have any problem with SAF ... the problem is that the UK media are attacking him enormously.
So bel mabda2 if rooney is going to leave MAN U b7ess he's going to a club outside the UK !
in other words: Real Madrid Rooney is coming
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confucius u were saying.....

ذكرت صحيفة الديلي ميل البريطانية أن وين روني مهاجم المان يونايتد أبلغ زملائه في الفريق أنه لا يمانع باللعب للمان سيتي غريم المان يونايتد الأبدي.
تسربت أخبار يوم أمس بأن المان سيتي على استعداد لدفع (300) ألف جنيه كراتب أسبوعي لروني هذا بالإضافة إلى رغبة زوجة روني بعدم العيش خارج إنكلترا وخصوصاً أن أختها مريضة جداَ.
كارلو أنشيلوتي مدرب فريق تشيلسي الإنكليزي أبدى رغبته بضم الفتى الذهبي حيث قال: " جميع الأندية ستكون مهتمة بضم روني وتشيلسي من بين تلك الأندية".
يذكر أن علاقة روني بالسير أليكس فيرغسون قد تدهورت في الأيام القليلة الماضية مما دفع المهاجم الإنكليزي للبحث عن تغيير الأجواء.

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Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Wayne Rooney wants to leave Manchester United and will not sign a new contract.



"We are as bemused as anyone can be, we can't quite understand why he would want to leave," Ferguson said.

Ferguson said Rooney's agent broke off contract talks with chief executive David Gill after the World Cup, and the player confirmed his intention to leave in a subsequent meeting.

"I was in the office on August 14 and David phoned me to say he wasn't signing a contract," Ferguson told MUTV. "He came across to see me and said 'I can't believe this'. I could not believe it. I was dumbfounded.

"Only months before he was saying this was the greatest club in the world and he wanted to stay for life.

"We just don't know what's changed the boy's mind really."

He insisted he had not fallen out with Rooney over a recent ankle injury, but said he was disappointed with the player's insistence he was not injured.

"I knew very well that he was carrying an injury, we sent him for a scan which showed a minor defect, nothing serious but it needed treatment, and he had treatment."

Ferguson said he had no idea why Rooney wanted to leave, but would leave the door open for him to change his mind, "simply because he is such a good player".

"We've done nothing but help him since he's been at this club."

Rooney joined the club from Everton in 2004 as an 18-year-old for £27m, a world record for a player aged under 20.

He helped them to Premier League titles in 2007, 2008 and 2009 and the Champions League in 2008.

The manager said Rooney would not play in Wednesday's Champions League match against Bursaspor because of an ankle injury.

A United press officer said that Rooney was stretchered off at the end of training on Tuesday.

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Manchester United are determined to land Liverpool striker Fernando Torres if Wayne Rooney leaves Old Trafford, according to this morning's papers.



The Daily Star - whose Sunday edition was the first to nail the Rooneygate story at the weekend - reports that Alex Ferguson will make a £50 million bid to bring the injury-prone Spaniard to United.
Fergie has long been a fan of Torres, and was vying for his signature alongside Liverpool when the player originally moved to England.
And though £50m is a lot of cash for debt-laden United, the Red Devils boss reportedly hopes that the commercial value of landing Torres would outweigh the financial concerns.
Needless to say, the papers are almost completely dominated by the Rooney news, with the biggest story being that the striker will go to Manchester City for an astonishing £500,000 a week.
Such wages sound ridiculously far-fetched, but the Daily Telegraph and Independent point out that Rooney could leave for just £5 million under the Webster ruling should he not depart in January.
Most of the papers lead with the United v City angle, though, with the piece that really caught Paper Round's eye coming in the Daily Mirror. The paper runs a pair of opinion pieces from fans, with the secretary of City's supporters club and an assistant editor on the Man United Red News fanzine both having their say.
And it's the piece by Liam Bradford of Red News that really made PR chuckle.
"It's hilarious that City fans think they could get Rooney. They are deluded, completely deluded," says Bradford. "First and foremost, he's not going anywhere, and second, even if he did, Manchester City is the last place in the world he would go."
We'll leave it up to you to decide exactly who is and who isn't deluded.
In non-Rooney-related news, Liverpool are reported to be interested in a £6m move for Russian striker Alexander Kerzhakov, who has developed a useful habit of banging in hat-tricks for Zenit St Petersburg of late.
West Brom are to make a bid to sign unsettled Turkish forward Tuncay from Stoke. Besiktas and Galatasaray want to bring the mercurial star back to his homeland, but Roberto Di Matteo wants to keep him in the Premier League.
And finally, former England striker Darius Vassell could be on his way back to English football - courtesy of the manager who gave him his England break, Sven Goran Eriksson.
Eriksson is in talks with the 30-year-old about a free transfer to Leicester following his release over the summer by Turkish side Ankaragucu.
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Could Rooney play in Spain?




Could Wayne Rooney play in Spain? That is something the player and his agent will be weighing up at the moment. Sir Alex Ferguson and Rooney have fallen out - and there's only one winner when a player crosses the Scot. Ferguson has been appalled at his behaviour off the pitch, baffled by his continued lack of form on it.
He's told people at Manchester United that Rooney can be sold. Rooney has brought a lot of the grief on himself, but most fans couldn't care less if he wants to indulge in Bakewell, apple or Bolton tarts as long as he's still scoring. Goals, that is. When he didn't, his problems began to mount.
Rooney has been a brilliant footballer for United, but Ferguson is one to look at the future and not the past.
It all seems harsh and very, very swift, but that's Ferguson's style. No player is too big to be moved on and Ferguson has moved on the biggest. The only player he didn't want to lose was Cristiano Ronaldo. David Beckham, Jaap Stam, Roy Keane, Paul Ince and Ruud van Nistelrooy all went because Fergie decided so. They all took two or three years before they forgave their former manager.
Two those players went to Madrid, and Real would be one of the few options open to Rooney should he, as expected, leave Old Trafford.
Barcelona, Internazionale and Manchester City would be the only other teams who would pay the £150,000 weekly wage that his agent would be looking for.
With Rooney's stock battered by his poor form and off-the-field indiscretions, negotiating such a deal for Rooney would be harder than a year ago - no matter how weak the pound is against the Euro.
A Spanish journalist put the Rooney question to Madrid's sporting director Jorge Valdano, who replied that Madrid already have "two wonderful players (Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain) up front and they showed last season that they are able to score 60 goals."
He also mentioned Angel di Maria and Mesut Ozil, while stating that Karim Benzema "had a lot to prove."
Still, Madrid would be the most likely destination should he move abroad. Even with the Fergie Mk II that is Jose Mourinho, the club are obsessed by image and marketing. Rooney is by a distance the biggest seller of merchandise at Old Trafford and Florentino Perez would love to translate that to the Bernabeu as he did with Beckham.
But would it work? If Rooney does move to Spain, then he needs to be more like Steve McManaman, Gary Lineker and Jonathan Woodgate when it comes to learning Spanish rather than Mark Hughes, Ian Harte and Michael Owen.
The former group learned Spanish, the latter didn't get beyond the ‘dos cervezas' stage. They didn't last long, while the lads who did learn Spanish loved their time in Spain, even though injury curtailed Woodgate's appearances.
I've interviewed Rooney a few times in Barcelona. He's likeable and matures with every interview, but didn't marvel at the city or club like other British players. There was one occasion when I saw him meet Ronaldinho for the first time. The Brazilian is trilingual, but doesn't speak English. He tried.
"Hola, hello. Do you speak Spanish?" he asked falteringly, nodding and smiling.
"Er, no mate," laughs Rooney, shaking his head. Studying Castilian verb tables isn't a priority for the youth of Croxteth.

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SO mabda2iyan in January ... WAYNE TO SPAIN FERGIE IN PAIN !!
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Juve should take a big loan from the bank and get him
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I'd pay BIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIG Money to see Torres playing for Man united but for some reason i think its too good to be true anw I really hope to see him playing for The Red Devils, Torres and Berba\Hernandez would make an amazing duo
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never liked rooney , that guy is a maniac and mad all the time and probably the most over rated player of all time in england and probably in europe , let him leave , manu will bring someone who can replace his pos. way better
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