Express Sport understands the Manchester United striker looks destined to leave Old Trafford after playing a bit-part role this season.
Jose Mourinho will apparently have £200million to spend on new signings in the transfer window and this is likely to force the 31-year-old further down the pecking order.
He has started just 25 of United's 64 matches this term and has been linked with moves to China, the USA and a return to Everton.
And The Daily Mail claim the Red Devils captain now has two £50m offers on the table from the Chinese Super League.
It is claimed Rooney will seriously consider the £480,000-a-week two-year deals from the unnamed clubs.
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Express Sport believe he will discuss his options with his family over the next few weeks before going public with his decision.
However, the Mail say he could be persuaded to remain in the Premier League if his boyhood club Everton were to make a last-minute approach.
The Toffees are said to be willing to offer Wayne Rooney £150,000-a-week which is £100,000 less than he currently earns at United.
Mourinho has made Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann his No 1 transfer target and with the likes of Romelu Lukaku also being linked it could see Rooney offloaded.
And the United legend admits he has to make a decision on what is best for him despite Mourinho wanting him to stay in Manchester.
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Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has two huge £50m offers on the table from China
I just have to make a football decision, and that’s what I’ll do.
Manchester United star Wayne Rooney.
“As the manager has said before, he wants me to stay,” he said.
"But I just have to make a football decision, and that’s what I’ll do.
“First of all I’ve always been a team player. This year, I’ve never once sulked, let my head drop, I’ve understood what was best for the team, I’ve tried to help when the manager’s played me.
“Of course you want to play, you want to be on the pitch. I think a younger me would have been a lot more frustrated.
“I understand what’s right and what’s needed for the club, and I respect that.
"Obviously I’ve been happy to be part of that and in some way help the club win trophies, and that’s the way it’s been over the last 18 months. And that’s a decision I have to make now – whether I want to continue doing that or go on and play more regular football.”