The striker could end career at Old Trafford.
Troubled Manchester United striker and Chelsea target Wayne Rooney has been offered a new contract that will keep the Englishman at the club for the foreseeable future, reports the Telegraph.
Rooney was subjected to a number of bids from Jose Mourinho’s side over the summer and gave signs that the 27-year-old wanted to leave Old Trafford.
The forward’s current contract runs out in June 2015 and United are understood to be keen to extend that deal before it reaches the final year.
Rooney is currently sidelined with a deep cut to the head, after a clash with team-mate Phil Jones in training.
The 27-year-old has had a frustrating time at United recently, suffering shoulder and hamstring injuries as well as a deep gash to the attacker’s leg in August last year.
In nine years at the club, Rooney has amassed 141 goals in 278 appearances in the Premier League (197 in all competitions), putting the England international fourth in the Red Devils’ all time scorers list.
The Liverpool born striker is one of the countries top talents and if United are to retain the title, new manager David Moyes would do well to retain the services of the superbly talented striker.
Should Rooney recreate the form of the 2009/10 season, when the forward managed 34 goals in 42 games, then Moyes could be well on the way to a first Premier League title.
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