Rooney broke Manchester United’s goalscoring record against Stoke on Saturday.
The 31-year-old curled home a last-gasp free-kick to rescue a point for Jose Mourinho’s side.
However, despite his heroics the England captain has been linked with a move to the Chinese Super League.
The Sun claim clubs in the Far East are ready to offer him a staggering £60million-a-year to leave Old Trafford.
Wayne Rooney has signalled his intentions to become a manager
Wayne Rooney scored his 250th Manchester United goal against Stoke on Saturday
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But Rooney is instead focusing on life after the game – and has reiterated his desire to chance his arm as manager.
"I've publicly said before I'd like to go into management," Rooney said at a Football Writers Association ceremony.
"Obviously I'd have to complete my badges, which I'm doing at the minute.
Wayne Rooney wants to spend time on the touchline in the future
"I feel it'd be a shame to have the knowledge I feel I have about football and walk away from it once I've finished playing."
Rooney is expected to feature when United go up against Hull on Thursday (7.45pm).
The former Everton striker will be aiming to help fire Mourinho’s side to the final of the EFL Cup – a competition Rooney has won twice before.