Wayne Rooney: The Man Utd players who would make my five-a-side team

Wayne Rooney sheds light on who he would pick for his five-a-side team

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Wayne Rooney has revealed his ideal five-a-side team made up of Manchester United players.

The Red Devils skipper says he would want to line up with Angel Di Maria, Radamel Falcao, Robin van Persie and Juan Mata.

Asked which players he would pick for his team, Rooney told ManUtd.com: “Do you have to have a goalkeeper? If not, I’ll go for Angel [Di Maria], [Radamel] Falcao, Robin [van Persie] and [Juan] Mata.”

Rooney also revealed that he is one of United’s most competitive players in training.

“Yeah I’d probably say myself and Fletch [Darren Fletcher] really!” said Rooney.

“Rafael is always another one and obviously Daley [Blind] has come in and been really competitive.

“I think the way the squad is now means it’s really competitive and we want to win in training. You’re disappointed if you’re on the losing team so I think everyone is quite competitive.”


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