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Rooney Wanted By Chelsea & Bayern Munich, Ronaldo May Return to Man United: The Nightly EPL

ronaldo rooney 600x337 Rooney Wanted By Chelsea & Bayern Munich, Ronaldo May Return to Man United: The Nightly EPL

‘Tis the season for ridiculous transfer rumors. After we reported last night that The Mirror revealed that Bayern Munich are interested in signing Wayne RooneyThe Mirror came out tonight and said that Chelsea is interested, too, and that according to a reporter for The Independent, Rooney has asked Manchester United to let him leave.

On top of all that, The Daily Mail is reporting that Cristiano Ronaldo is interested in returning to Manchester United.

Sorry folks, but I’m not believing any of these stories at this point. But if you can convince me otherwise, I’m all ears.

What do you think? Let us know if you think the transfer stories are fact or fiction in the comments section below.

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