England striker has asked for a transfer away from the Red Devils.
Key Manchester United figures have met to discuss the current uncertainty surrounding the Old Trafford future of want-away front man Wayne Rooney, reports the Sun.
Departing United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, his successor David Moyes and veteran Red Devils midfield player Ryan Giggs all converged at Alderley Edge hotel on Monday to formulate a plan to keep the England international at the club.
Rooney, 27, stunned Ferguson by asking to leave the 20-time top-flight champions three weeks ago, a request that was immediately rejected by the Scot.
However, the forward was not then involved in Sunday’s Premier League encounter with Swansea City, Ferguson’s final-ever home match in charge of the club, leading to more speculation that Rooney has now played his last match for United.
Rooney has been with the club since signing from Everton in the summer of 2004, during which time he has featured in 400 contests for United, scoring an impressive 197 goals in the process.