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What Wayne Rooney Realy Tell Manchester United And Everton



What Wayne Rooney Realy Tell Manchester United And Everton

Wayne Rooney: Ex-Manchester United striker admits he would ‘love’ to manage at Old Trafford one day

Wayne Rooney admits he would love to manage Manchester United one day; ex-United striker is currently in charge of Championship side Derby County; United looking for a permanent manager this summer; Rooney turned down chance to speak to Everton last month about their managerial

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Wayne Rooney says he would “love” to one day manage Manchester United and believes his former club need to be patient with their next manager.

The 36-year-old is doing a fine job in trying circumstances in his first managerial role, with cash-strapped Derby pushing to stay in the Championship despite an uncertain backdrop and point deductions.

Rooney recently turned down the chance to speak to former club Everton about succeeding Rafael Benitez and United will assess their options after Ralf Rangnick’s interim stint ends in the summer.

Rooney told The Mirror: “I didn’t go to the [Everton] interview, which I was asked to go to. I’ve always been one who likes a challenge and is willing to put the work in and fight.

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“I’ve stood in front of my players and told them, ‘I’m with you, trust me, I’m fighting with you’… what type of person would I be if – at the first opportunity – I left them?

“True to my word, I am fighting for the club. I am trying to get us out.

“And then Everton, Manchester United – two clubs close to my heart. Of course, one day I’d love to manage either of them clubs.”

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