Wayne Rooney has announced he is staying at Manchester United in a statement released on Thursday.Read the full story ›
Coleen Rooney says photos of her late sister Rosie, who died in 2013, were stolen from her brother's car.Read the full story ›
Sir Bobby Charlton says Wayne Rooney is "a true great for club and country" after the striker broke his Manchester United all-time goalscoring record.
Rooney's injury time equaliser against Stoke was his 250th for United, breaking Charlton's 44-year-old record.
"I would be lying to say that I'm not disappointed to have lost the record," Charlton, who's 79, told the United website.
"However, I can honestly say that I'm delighted for Wayne. He deserves his place in the history books."
"He is a true great for club and country, and it is fitting that he is now the highest goalscorer for both United and England."
Rooney tweeted this thanks to Sir Bobby Charlton for his kind words in the dressing room and said it was a 'huge honour' to become the club's leading goalscorer.
A man will be sentenced later for trying to burgle Wayne Rooney's house while he played in his testimonial match last August.
24 year old Robert McNamara from Scarborough has admitted trying to break in to the Manchester United and England star's home in Cheshire, while his family watched the game.
José Mourinho and his Manchester United squat attended a gala dinner to raise money for disadvantaged children on Monday.Read the full story ›
Is England boss Southgate's decision to drop Rooney justified by the stats?Read the full story ›
Man appears in court charged with the attempted burglary of Wayne Rooney's Cheshire mansion as the footballer played his testimonial match.Read the full story ›
Wayne Rooney will continue as England captain after manager Sam Allardyce made the "easy" decision to retain his services.Read the full story ›
Masked raiders targeted Wayne Rooney's house in Cheshire while he played his Manchester United testimonial match against Everton.Read the full story ›
Manchester United and Everton will make history when they face each other in Wayne Rooney's testimonial on Wednesday, as it will be the first match between two Premier League teams to be streamed live on Facebook.
Rooney has only ever played club football for Manchester United and Everton, with the game marking the forward's 12 years service at Old Trafford.
All money received from the game will be split between four different charities. Claire House, Alder Hey, NSPCC and the Manchester United Foundation will all benefit.
Facebook has a global reach of 1.7billion people, with the game being available on Wayne Rooney's and Manchester United's official pages on the social media site.
I am delighted my testimonial game will be streamed globally, which will hopefully raise awareness and increase donations.