Wayne Rooney could reportedly leave Manchester United for the Chinese Super League at the end of the season.
The 31-year-old scored a last-minute equaliser against Stoke yesterday to become the club's all-time leading scorer.
However, The Sun claim Rooney is wanted by clubs in the Far East.
And they're willing to pay him a staggering £1million a week to persuade him to leave Old Trafford.
It is claimed United could let him leave at the end of the season with Rooney not starting regularly under Jose Mourinho.
Wayne Rooney is wanted by clubs in China
Man Utd fans fire shots at Arsenal over Wayne Rooney celebration following record goal
Sat, January 21, 2017
Manchester United fans have targeted Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud on Twitter after Wayne Rooney surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton's goalscoring record and rushed back to the centre-circle in search of a winner against Stoke City
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Manchester United fans mock Olivier Giroud as Wayne Rooney refuses to celebrate following his record-breaking equaliser against Stoke City
Chelsea could rival Manchester United for Benfica star Nelson Semedo
Chelsea are ready to rival United for Benfica star Nelson Semedo, reports claim.
Semedo has been linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent months.
However, Portuguese website A Bola claim Chelsea are desperate to lure him to Stamford Bridge.
Antonio Conte wants Semedo as an alternative to the resurgent Victor Moses.
Semedo is not likely to come cheap with Benfica wanting at least £34.5million for the right-back.
Manchester United remain keen on Victor Lindelof
United chiefs will discuss the transfer of Victor Lindelof this month, according to reports.
Lindelof has regularly been backed to make the move to United in recent months.
Express Sport understands Jose Mourinho pulled a plug on a deal to sign him despite an agreement being struck but the Daily Star claim the deal could be back on.
However, having sold Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay to Everton and Lyon respectively, United could use the £45m income to land Lindelof.
United are mulling over a deal to sign the Sweden international with Inter Milan also keen.