Manchester United have reportedly indicated that they are not prepared to sell Captain Wayne Rooney in a cut-price deal.
It has been widely reported that Manchester United are happy to part ways with their captain after he only played a bit-part role during Jose Mourinho‘s first season in charge.
He has been linked with potential moves to either Everton or China but according to The Mirror, he is yet to receive a suitable offer.
Everton have pressed on with their own transfer business and appear unwilling to meet Rooney’s demands, while a switch to China is now on the backburner due to the introduction of new tax regulations involving foreign signings.
With United not keen on selling Rooney below his valuation or contributing to his wages at another club, it leaves both parties with decisions to make going forward.