Wayne Rooney Sounds Off on MU's Transfer Priorities

Clyde Nash
February 7, 2018

Wayne Rooney has revealed that Argentine striker, Carlos Tevez was his preferred strike partner at Manchester United ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo.

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"I think Guardiola is putting the foundations in place of trying to emulate that Barcelona team and you can see they're certainly on the way to doing that".

The 32-year-old has started to plan for a time after he hangs up his boots and said: "I would like to go into management".

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"He's got aggression, he's got passion, desire".

The current Everton striker has advised his former side to use the £89m Frenchman on the left of a midfield three in order to get the best out of him.

"I think he needs that freedom where he doesn't have to worry too much about his defensive role". He was incredible. He knew how to get a reaction out of me.

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The deal looks like being a good one for the Gunners as the player suits there style and this was something which Rooney highlighted when he was on Sky Sports last night saying.

"There was a lot talk when he signed that we wouldn't be able to play together".

"I would always think it was awful for a defence when we played together".

Rooney, Tevez and Ronaldo, meanwhile, were in sublime form for two seasons at United, helping the club win consecutive Premier League titles, as well as the Champions League in 2008.

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