Wayne Rooney sent the England national team good luck messages as they prepare for their clash against Scotland in the World Cup qualifiers.
The player is on vacation in Greece where he is enjoying an extended summer break after being snubbed from the Three Lions
Gareth Southgate complained that Rooney was not getting top level football so he went with the other options. Rooney took to Instagram to wish the team well, posting: “Good luck to the lads against Scotland today. Do the business @England.”
Rooney is no longer an automatic option for club and country as his form drops. With United set to add two strikers this summer, things do not look for him. Even Marcus Rashford has overtaken the star in the pecking order. United could sign Alvaro Morata and Andrea Belotti soon as Jose Mourinho wants the best legs at the club. Continue reading ROONEY CONTINUES TO WISH ENGLAND WELL
Ander Herrera reckons that the return of star striker Wayne Rooney will help Manchester United ease their goalscoring problems in the business end of the campaign.
The forward may not be in a good form for the last couple of seasons, but he remains a figurehead for the club. Opposition defenders still fear at the prospect of facing the England captain. A return of just 11 goals in 30 appearances for United speaks volumes of the troubles faced by Rooney and the club as a whole in the 2015-16 campaign. One has to go back to the 2011-12 campaign in which Rooney scored more than 20 goals in an entire season.
As a result, there is growing pressure on young striker Anthony Martial to come up with the goals. The Frenchman has responded in brilliant fashion by recently scoring the only goal of the game in the 1-0 win over Everton. Still, United can do with goals from other players like Rooney. After spending a spell on the sidelines due to an injury, the striker is set to return for the club’s next match against Tottenham. The title chasing team will be hosting the Red Devils at White Hart Lane intent on winning at all costs. Continue reading Ander Herrera feels Rooney Come back will help MU