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Arsenal Set to Start Wayne Rooney Bidding War At £25m: Daily Soccer Report

wayne rooney2 Arsenal Set to Start Wayne Rooney Bidding War At £25m: Daily Soccer Report

Arsenal are expected to start the bidding war at £25million for Manchester United star Wayne Rooney, according to the Manchester Evening News today.

The newspaper reports that while Rooney was looking forward to working under Moyes again, the player still sees his future away from Old Trafford. Moyes is due to meet with Rooney for talks, but in the meantime the transfer gossip mounts.

What do you think? Would Rooney be a good fit at Arsenal? Can you see Manchester United selling one of their prized assets to the Gunners? Or will Rooney be able to focus on making United his top priority and will continue playing at the club this coming season? Share your opinions in the comments section below.

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8 Responses to Arsenal Set to Start Wayne Rooney Bidding War At £25m: Daily Soccer Report

  1. usarsenalfan says:

    I’d rather have RVP back. #justsayin’

  2. Efrain says:

    I’d rather see David Villa.

  3. sunnypa de gooners says:

    if arsenal board and wenger can paid his salary wage rooney will come to arsenal rooney loe arsenal more than any order club in england because of wolcut,wilshere and chamberlain he love to play with them in the same club.i eared rooney says he love to play with wilshare,chamberlain and wolcut in there club.if they ask rooney to choose between top5 club in england that which club is going to played for am sure he will says ARSENAL FOOTBALL CLUB for sure.let arsenal board paid his salary he demand for he rooney will come to us.gunners till i die for sure

  4. chimks says:

    yes we can do it all he jzt ndz iz support

  5. kulang primo says:

    let rooney come to arsenal.united should not deny him because of van persie

  6. Any Arsenal fan with an ounce of sense will know that there is no way, i mean no way Wenger will sign Wayne Rooney. What has Rooney got that Oxlade Cmanberlain hasn’t got,Give the OX another season he’ill be better than Rooney at his 20 . Wenger always keep his tranfer targets close to his chest, like when we signed, Carzola, Giroud and Podolski. Its all newspaper trying to sell papers and the suckers are fanning the fire of rumours.

  7. Dust says:

    This is NOT going to happen no way Farsenal will pay the 250-300k a week Higauin at 150k is already blowing out the wage structure.

    he will go to CFC which is sad because he wont start every game. if it wasn’t for the wages i’m sure he’d love to go an play with AVB, Bale, Villa, Paulinho, Dembele and Vertonghen at Spurs…

    Farsenal…lol do me a favor

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