Wayne Rooney has revealed that he has advised Manchester United a month after rejoining Everton to sign Idrissa Gueye.
Until moving to United in 2004, Rooney started his career at Everton and proceeded to win 16 major trophies at Old Trafford including five Premier League titles and the Champions League.
The previous England International made its way back to Goodison Park in the summer of 2017 on a free transfer, having been considered by the Red Devils manager Jose Mourinho surplus to prerequisites.
Rooney stayed with DC United for one full season before embarking on another challenge in MLS, helping Everton earn a top-flight eighth-place finish.
Paris Saint-Germain star Gueye, who delighted in a noteworthy spell on Merseyside somewhere in the range of 2016 and 2019, was limited who stood out above all others at United’s record scorer during his second stretch with the Toffees.
Rooney says he before long became persuaded that the Senegal international had enough talent to join United, who have been connected with the midfielder on many occasions, yet he attempted to persuade his previous club to make a proposal for his administrations.
The Red Devils legend wrote in his latest section for The Times: “Everybody talks about his tackling and vitality however what astonished me was his quality ready he always hoped to pay it forward and to your feet. After a month playing with him, I addressed individuals at Manchester United saying he was adequate for them. I wasn’t stunned when Paris Saint-Germain marked him.”
Rooney has time spent playing alongside Marouane Fellaini. He talked about the ex-Everton star, who left Goodison in 2013 to join United.
The Belgian international was regularly censured for not fitting the style of play of the Red Devils, and never fully prevailing with regards to prevailing upon its detractors notwithstanding placing some great performances in the park.