Rooney will never say he is unavailable for England. The Manchester United Legend has spoken of his future plans, and denies any intentions of retirement from international football.
Rooney speaks out regarding his plans ahead of his opportunity surpassing, Sir Bobby Charlton, to become England’s highest goal scorer. The twenty nine year old admits he will never say that he isn’t available for selection:
“I won’t be one to say I’m not available for selection, I’m sure it’ll probably be the manager’s choice more than mine. It’s a huge honour to play for England. I feel I’m capable of going to Russia, he added. After that, it may be a realistic time to see how I feel and if I feel it’s not right for England or myself, I’ll have a decision to make. If I feel I can carry on, I’ll try. But if the manager says he doesn’t feel I’m in his plans for the next tournament, it’s probably better I don’t play in the qualifying games because I won’t be going to the tournament.”
Wayne Rooney has also spoken of his intentions prior to Euro 2016. The star has made reference to Euro 2012 where he was suspended from the first two games of the tournament. The suspension came about due to a holiday with his family right before the tournament was set to begin. The star has said that he would advise his team mates to stay in the country before the team head to France:
“I went on holiday, which I regret. I thought it was no problem and now I know I shouldn’t have done it.”
It seems for the time being at least, a mature, Wayne Rooney is here to stay for England!
Author Lisa Wood
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