Following speculation that Wayne Rooney was again ready to make a move away from United, he has today given an exclusive interview with the Evening News where he claims that he wants to stay at the club for as long as we want him.
“I look at the likes of Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes at United and they are a massive example to us all,” he said. “To play in this league at this kind of level for so long is incredible. It is what we all want to do. Hopefully, in the next 10 years, I will be having this conversation with you again about 20 years. That is the plan. I have said many times that as long as I am wanted here at Man United then I will be a Man United player. Obviously, I had that situation a couple of years ago but made it clear very quickly that I had made a mistake. As long as people want me to be a Man United player, then that is what I will be.”
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