| Rooney insists he has a ‘lot of football left’ | Rooney insists he has a ‘lot of football left’ | Rooney insists he has a 'lot of  left'

London – Wayne Rooney has insisted he’s got a “lot of left” amid suggestions his days as a regular starting player for Manchester United could be coming to a close. United and England captain Rooney, who made his name as a goal-scoring forward, has been a substitute in five of the last six matches for club and country, including the Red Devils’ goalless draw away to arch-rivals Liverpool on Tuesday where he failed to find the back of the net after coming on for Marcus Rashford.And Rooney has no time for suggestions that he is now a 25 games a season player, insisting he wants to force his way back into the starting line-ups of both United manager Jose Mourinho and England interim boss Gareth Southgate. “I’d like to think I can play every game, but obviously it’s the manger’s decision and I respect the decision,” he said. “I’ll be ready when needed. “Not in my mind . Maybe in other people’s minds but not mine. “I’m 31…


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