Striker reportedly admits his future at Old Trafford is up in the air.
Wayne Rooney has told team-mates that he could leave Manchester United in the summer, according to Goal.com.
The website reports that the England striker told club and international colleagues that his Old Trafford future is in doubt in the first week of February, before he was dropped for United’s crunch Champions League quarter-final second leg last Tuesday.
The 27-year-old is said to know that his status at United has been downgraded since the £24m arrival of Robin van Persie in the summer, while Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson is reported to have concerns over the Englishman’s fitness, conditioning and lifestyle.
Goal.com claims that some figures at the United training ground believe that Rooney has already peaked as a footballer and the club will consequently not match his current £250,000-a-week salary, should they look to renew Rooney’s deal, which expires in 2015.
PSG are said to be keen to land the former Everton striker but the source states that the player’s preference is to following David Beckham, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Cristiano Ronaldo in swapping United for Real Madrid.