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Manchester United are poised to open negotiations on a new contract for striker Rooney, report Rob Draper and Joe Bernstein of the Mail On Sunday.
The England international's current deal expires in 18 months, and the club has intimated that it wants to open talks with the player about an extension, claims the article.
United chief executive Ed Woodward has contacted Rooney's agent over talks about a reported four-year deal, which will be worth £50 million to the 28-year-old, claim Draper and Bernstein.
Meanwhile, United manager David Moyes is targeting Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Blaise Matuidi and Roma star Kevin Strootman in January, reports John Richardson of the Sunday Express.
Tim Rich of the Independent On Sunday believes Barcelona star Andres Iniesta and Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke are in Moyes' sights.
Paul Hetherington and Steve Millar of the Daily Star Sunday claim United and Manchester City will make moves for Everton midfielder Ross Barkley.
United and Arsenal are set to battle for the signature of Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso, claims Harry Pratt of the Daily Star Sunday.
Another Bernabeu star, Sami Khedira, is interesting United and Arsenal for a summer move, reports Steve Stammers of the Sunday Mirror.