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United have persistently stated that the England international is not for sale, but the Stamford Bridge club remain undeterred and will make a fresh attempt to prise Rooney from Old Trafford.
Mourinho was quoted as saying, "We make the bid and they say no again, what do we lose? One email?"
But Burt claims Mourinho is hoping his pursuit of Rooney will unsettle United ahead of Chelsea's Premier League clash at Old Trafford on Monday.
Bob Cass of the Mail On Sunday reports that United will allow Rooney to leave before the current transfer window closes on Sept. 2, but only to a foreign club.
Cass adds, though, that no major European clubs are interested in buying the forward.
Real Madrid forward Ronaldo wants to end his career with Manchester United, claims Daniel Taylor of The Observer.
According to Taylor, United have looked into the possibility of bringing the Portugal international back to Old Trafford in recent months.
Ronaldo is expected to sign a new deal with Real, but the player is open to the idea of returning to United possibly next year, according to Taylor.
Ronaldo left United in a world-record transfer of £80 million in July 2009, but refused to celebrate his winning goal for Real at Old Trafford in the Champions League last season.
Meanwhile, Everton manager Roberto Martinez has criticised United manager David Moyes for claiming the Merseyside club should not stand in the way of Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini moving to Old Trafford.
The Toffees rejected a £28 million bid for the pair during the week as "derisory," prompting Moyes to make his claim. But Martinez hit back after the 0-0 draw with West Bromwich Albion in comments reported by Phil Thomas of The Sun, among others.
If the managers start talking about players who are registered with other clubs it’s the end of the whole thing.
People should look after their own things internally. I am sure they have their own issues like that. I could come out and give my opinions about his players but I will be a bit more respectful than that.
The France international had also been named in the team to face Manchester City on Monday, but refused to play and was omitted from the squad for the 0-0 draw with West Ham on Saturday, claims the article.
Arsenal had an offer of £12 million rejected by Newcastle last week, according to Oliver, but Steve Stammers and Matt Law of the Sunday Mirror report that Wenger will make an improved offer of £20 million to bring Cabaye to the Emirates Stadium before the transfer window closes.
Tottenham Hotspur star Gareth Bale has arrived in Spain ahead of his unveiling by Real Madrid on Tuesday, claim Joe Bernstein and Mark Ryan of the Mail On Sunday.
However, the article warns that Spurs and the Bernabeu club are still in discussions over the terms of the deal for the Wales international, who flew to Malaga on Saturday before travelling to Marbella.
Real will face Granada in a La Liga match on Monday and are hoping to unveil Bale the following day, claims the report.
However, Barcelona head coach Gerardo Martino has criticised the proposed £86 million deal for Bale as "lacking respect" for the rest of the world, as CNN among others reported.
"He's a very good player, but the numbers seem to me almost a lack of respect for the world in general," Martino is reported as saying.
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway could be the first top-flight boss to lose his job after struggling to buy players in the transfer market, according to Alan Nixon and Steve Bates of the Sunday People, who claim Alan Pardew has been lined up as a possible replacement.