England and Man Utd striker Wayne Rooney has posted pictures of his head injury on Facebook. A warning that the photos are graphic.
The second Rooney son's rare name has left many guessing the inspiration. Can it really be a Liberian town, radio station or sports club?
Wayne Rooney will stay at Manchester United next season. Sir Alex Ferguson dismissed departure rumours which filled yesterday's back pages.
Gutted with the score, but so pleased @waynerooney scored and his boys were here to see it!!
Coleen Rooney, wife of England striker Wayne Rooney, says she is so pleased the couple's two young sons Kai and Klay were able to watch his goal.
The whole family are currently in Brazil.
England has equalised against Uruguay with Wayne Rooney scoring his first World Cup goal.
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Wayne Rooney kissed his son Kai ahead of an England World Cup training session in Portugal.
The Manchester United striker, who was waiting for England manager Roy Hodgson to start the session, picked up his son after the youngster ran towards him.
Rooney and the rest of the England squad are in Vale Do Lobo, Portugal, training for the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
Manchester United star Wayne Rooney's reported £300,000 a week should not be controlled as his talent attracts the high salary, shadow chancellor Ed Balls has suggested.
Mr Balls said in the footballer's case it was perhaps "genuinely the talent getting the pay" as there is "only one Wayne Rooney" who could go anywhere in the world.
Mr Balls made the remarks after he was questioned about Business Secretary Vince Cable's comments in the Observer that he did not understand "why people need a million quid a year".
He told BBC Radio 5 Live's Pienaar's Politics: "I think in some parts of our economy - when it's not a great idea or when it's not the talent of Wayne Rooney - then you do think to yourself these massive multimillion-pound salaries, it feels like a bit of a Ponzi scheme."
Former Scotland manager Berti Vogts has revealed that he approached a teenage Wayne Rooney about playing for Scotland.
Vogts, who was in charge of Scotland from 2002 to 2004, said he was made aware of a family link when Rooney was a 16-year-old with Everton.
He said: "I spoke to Wayne Rooney - his grandmother, she is Scottish.
"The Scottish Football Association found the grandmother and I made the call. I flew from Glasgow to Everton. He was playing under David Moyes at Everton and I spoke to him - a young lad of 16 years of age. I said to him 'you can play for Scotland'."
Explaining Rooney's reaction, the German coach beat his chest theatrically and said: "(Rooney told me) 'I am English, I am English'. Okay, sorry. You have to speak to the player but he told me 'I'm so sorry boss, I'm English'."
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney will miss United's game against Liverpool and could miss England's crucial World Cup games against Moldova and Ukraine after receiving a head injury, the Sunday Mirror has reported.
Rooney is believed to have received 10 stitches for a head gash suffered in training on Saturday.
Wayne Rooney looks set to stay at Manchester United it has been reported he will not be handing in a transfer request.
The England striker has been strongly linked with a move to Premier League rivals Chelsea before next week's transfer deadline, but United have insisted he is not for sale.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho yesterday called on Rooney to decide whether he wants to leave Old Trafford, but without an official transfer request the move to west London would appear highly unlikely.
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Manchester United have rejected a bid for Wayne Rooney from Chelsea, Press Association Sport understands.