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Wayne Rooney Says He Wants to Leave Man United For Bayern Munich, Says Report: The Nightly EPL

wayne rooney Wayne Rooney Says He Wants to Leave Man United For Bayern Munich, Says Report: The Nightly EPL

On the list of the most trustworthy British tabloid sources, The Mirror ranks near the bottom, only beaten out by the dredge of The Daily Express and The Daily Star, so when The Mirror runs a story saying that Wayne Rooney has confided with teammates that he wants to leave Manchester United for Bayern Munich, I don’t have much confidence that the article is correct.

In March, the British newspapers were conjuring up tales about Rooney wanting to leave United. And I don’t see this time being any different either. While Rooney is a talented footballer, I can’t see him fitting in with Bayern Munich. If he was going to leave, he could and should have left three years ago when City offered him a huge deal.

Anyway, why Bayern Munich? Are the tabloids mentioning that club because they’re the team du jour? It sounds like a loud of bollocks to me.

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