Wayne Rooney Definitely Not Leaving Manchester United: David Gill
Manchester United chief executive David Gill has emphatically denied the rumours that Wayne Rooney could be sold on transfer deadline day.
Rooney was dropped for United's home match against Fulham on Saturday, prompting speculation of a fallout with Sir Alex Ferguson and raising the possibility he could move on.
It appears the rumours were just that.
Said Gill, as per the Independent.
He didn't start in one game on Saturday for various reasons. Alex picks the team and that's it. Whenever he's not played people try to drum up stories. I can categorically say there has been no discussion whatsoever. He's on a long-term contract with us.
He's very integral to our team going forward. He's a great player, got a bad injury, will come back without a shadow of a doubt. He was angry about the story, quite rightly.
If you need further convincing, here's the man himself on Twitter:
Read the nonsense in the papers and heard what people have to say.absolute rubbish. #heartostay— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) August 29, 2012
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