Ahead of their FA Cup clash with Blackburn Rovers tomorrow, the Manchester United fans in the Transfer Tavern have been discussing the nature of life under Jose Mourinho.
While the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ hasn’t always looked like the most natural fit at the Theatre of Dreams, the fact the Red Devils are in with a shout of winning three trophies realistically is very good news for our punters.
For the most part, the squad looks rather settled indeed, so reports from the Daily Telegraph have sparked a huge amount of debate.
They claim United could STILL sell Wayne Rooney this month, with the window for Chinese Super League teams not shutting until the end of the month. The 31-year-old is a peripheral figure of the Portuguese’s first-team at Old Trafford and has been linked with a lucrative move for a few months now.
Several clubs in CSL are said to be keen on striking a deal for the nation’s record goalscorer and his arrival in the Far East would boost the profile of the league like never before and potential suitors are understood to be working away.
Such is the divisive nature of Rooney these days, the United fans are split on the idea of him leaving, though any transfer fee received for a man entering the autumn of his career could be a masterstroke of business.
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