So is there any new positive revelations about those wishing for United's leading scorer under Sir Alex Ferguson to stay?
In truth, other than the constant repetition from Moyes that his striker isn't for sale, not really.
In fact United officials are even willing to let Rooney's contract (which is due to expire in two years) go un-renewed for the time being, as reported by The Guardian—a clear indication that they foresee a possible exit sometime soon.
Rooney recently picked up an injury that will see him sidelined for up to a month-and-a-half.
While this sets Rooney back on a personal level, it may also be detrimental to the efforts of Moyes and others at the club trying to convince him to stay.
Flying home from Bangkok means that Rooney will not be surrounded by United teammates or coaches and is out of the proverbial loop—exactly what Moyes would not want at this stage.
Speaking about the injury and the continued questions being asked about Wayne's future, Jamie Jackson of The Guardian quoted Moyes as saying:
I think I've covered all of the things on Wayne. I've given you everything about his injury. What you must remember is that Manchester United is a football club and I've got a team, and this is not about any one individual.
In many ways, I'm only interested in the team. I will answer questions on Wayne, but some of them are just reverting back to things I've covered.
It's good to see that David has already followed in the Fergie mantra of "no player is bigger than the team."
This was a policy that Sir Alex implemented throughout his 26 years at the helm, and if Moyes can emulate that then it bodes well for the club.
So having seemed likely last week that Rooney would be staying with United, we are starting to feel that pendulum swing back again to a summer exit.
Fans may be getting tired of this story, but one thing is for certain: Nobody out there can guarantee how this one is going to end.