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Wayne Rooney May Have To Be Sold

Wayne Rooney May Have To Be Sold

Manchester City's main rivals may have to sell Wayne Rooney just to balance their books.

Last July's £80million sale of Cristiano Ronaldo to Real Madrid prevented Manchester United posting losses of close to £31m - in a year they won the Premier League and reached the Champions League final, however, they are more than likely going to have to sell another player just to keep their heads above the ever rising mountain of debt.

United have borrowed money like no the club in the Premier League and now they are about to reap their just rewards by selling off their prize assets - Wayne Rooney for example.

A leading sports administrator said...

'United must significantly reschedule their debts otherwise what happened with Ronaldo is bound to happen again. That would mean selling Wayne Rooney.'

What is Rooney worth - £50 - 60 million?

In a world suffering from a shortage of money there are only a handful of clubs out there who could afford this sort of cash. Yes, Manchester City FC.

We wait and see.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday January 14 2010
Time: 10:43PM

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Surprised if he was worth that much to be honest. More like £35m to me. Then again, who cares, I don't expect shrek to be playing in a sky blue shirt like, EVER. Thankfully!
fifthcolumnblue
14/01/2010 22:48:00
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Welcome to Manchester Wayne
It's Grim Oop North
14/01/2010 22:49:00
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I dont want him... overated!
mcfcthriller
14/01/2010 22:54:00
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i will start the bidding at 10 woodbines and half of a already drunken bottle of grolsch.
bluemooner_mcfc
14/01/2010 23:00:00
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You'll not get your starting bid I'm afraid BM, be realistic.
It's Grim Oop North
14/01/2010 23:09:00
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hes got to be up thier with ronaldo !! hes still young and one of the best strikers in the world... he would never go to city only barca or madrid,
pompeyhussler
14/01/2010 23:28:00
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I see your Woodbines and half a Grolsch, and raise you a lump of coal, and a Red Stripe
BlueWolfie
14/01/2010 23:28:00
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Bloody hope he's sold would mean we'd get 25% of anything over 20 million they got for him. So if he goes for 60 million that's 10 straight into our usually zero transfer budget!
EvertonMike
14/01/2010 23:38:00
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How much of that do you think you'll see EM?
Lando78
15/01/2010 00:49:00
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You guys are obsessed with Man Utd! Obsessed!
Haigh_For_7
15/01/2010 02:12:00
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