Rooney has flitted in and out of the Manchester United starting XI under Jose Mourinho this season.
He has managed to recapture some of his best form in recent weeks, scoring a stunning free-kick against Stoke to overtake Sir Bobby Charlton as the club’s all-time leading goalscorer.
Despite his heroics, a move to China has been mooted for the former Everton star.
Manchester United are bracing themselves for offers for Wayne Rooney
Sir Bobby Charlton presents Wayne Rooney with trophy
Sun, January 29, 2017
Sir Bobby Charlton has presented Wayne Rooney with a trophy for beating his Man Utd goalscoring record
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Wayne Rooney presented with goalscoring record trophy by Sir Bobby Charlton
Wayne Rooney recently surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton as Man United's record scorer
And the Manchester Evening News claim United are bracing themselves for offers for their club captain.
It is said Mourinho is willing to let him leave should the player make it clear he wants out.
MEN also report clubs from China are willing to offer United £20million to land him before the Chinese Super League transfer window shuts on February 28.
Wayne Rooney has struggled under Jose Mourinho this season
The player could also be offered a stunning £600,000-a-week to make him the world’s second-highest paid player behind Carlos Tevez.
However, the 31-year-old’s preferred move would be to the MLS.
Former Premier League stars Ashley Cole, David Beckham, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard have all moved to America over the past decade.