Manchester United manager David Moyes has reiterated once again that he has no intentions of selling wantaway striker Wayne Rooney this summer and confirms that the England international is not for sale.
The forward asked for a formal transfer request at the end of last season and despite serious interest from Premier League duo Arsenal and Chelsea, the officials at United are adamant that the striker will be going nowhere this summer.
Chelsea have made two formal bids for the 27-year-old, but both have been rejected and it is expected that Jose Mourinho will make a third bid sometime before the deadline day.
After watching his side beat Wigan at Wembley in the Community Shield, Moyes confirmed that the striker will be going nowhere.
“We don’t want to sell Wayne,” Moyes responded when it was suggested the 27-year-old wanted to leave Old Trafford for Stamford Bridge and had been told to train with United’s reserve team.
“I have not fallen out with Wayne and the reason he trained with the reserves was because he wanted to because he wasn’t allowed any contact.”