London England.- Wayne Rooneycurrent manager of Derby County, assured that if, after his successful career as a footballer, he has become a manager, it is to one day lead the Manchester United.
The top scorer in the history of Manchester United is immersed in an arduous fight to save Derby County from relegation to League One (Third Division). The ‘Rams’ are bottom with 25 points, eight from salvation, after being sanctioned with the loss of 21 units due to economic problems.
“The main reason I started training is to get to Manchester United,” he said in an interview with The Sun, Rooney, who also confirmed that he was offered to manage Everton after the dismissal of Rafa Benítez. “I want to coach United. I know I’m not ready yet, but I have to make sure that one day it will happen.”
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Wayne Rooney in recent days he has been immersed in the spotlight, because a few days ago he entered the Hall of Fame of the Premier League with Patrick Vieira. Vieira and Rooney joined a roster of footballers that includes Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry, Eric Cantona, Roy Keane, Frank Lampard, Dennis Bergkamp, Steven Gerrard and David Beckham.
Rooneywho played for Everton, in two stages, and at Manchester United, is the second highest goalscorer in the history of the Premier League and won five league titles. Vieira won three Premiership titles in the eleven seasons he spent at Arsenal. He was the captain of the ‘Invincibles’, the team that won the league in the 2003/2004 campaign without losing a single game.
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