Another title for him, no matter if he only played the four minutes of added time, and all in all spent the season not among Jose Mourinho’s top choices.
Manchester United secured their presence in next year’s Champions League, but Wayne Rooney may not be around to enjoy it.
I think it’s a time now I’ll go and spend with my family, obviously there’s decisions I have to make and I’ll do that over the next few weeks
the Manchester United captain told reporters while the celebrations in Stockholm after their Europa League triumph were still on.
I don’t know. Honestly, I don’t know
was his answer when asked if that was his last game wearing United’s jersey.
Rooney started less than half the games this season in the Premier League, and even though he did play an important role in the EFL and Europa League campaigns, it’s obvious he feels able for more. After all, he’s only 31.
As for Mourinho, talking to reporters after the Europa League final, he said he would have played Rooney more in the game, if the score was not 2-0 early in the second half.
Does he want Rooney to stay on?
He is a very important player for us. If he stays next season, I would be very happy
was the Portuguese’s answer.