Whatever else you may think about Sir Alex Ferguson, even his adieu to Old Trafford (at least in a managerial guise) is no reason to deviate from business as usual. In his view, Wayne Rooney needed to be put in his place and he was. On Sunday, that place was the executive box.
Sir Alex’s post-game comments were crystal-clear. Rooney was out because he wasn’t “keen to play” as evidenced by the fact that he handed in a transfer request.
I still think this is purely a contractual issue and that this is little more than both sides playing a part. Rooney wants to get an extension at a wage he’s happy with while United want to extend him at a number of years they’re happy with. I think that’s the goal both sides are pursuing, though there’s a third option, I guess, both would be satisfied with: Rooney moving to another club of his liking with a contract he likes and United getting a big fee they’re happy with
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