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.
Wayne Rooney is "angry and confused" over David Moyes' apparent comments that he sees the striker as back-up to Robin van Persie, according to Press Association sources.
Manchester United are remaining silent over the affair but the England international's future at Old Trafford is now in doubt, with Chelsea the bookmakers favourite to sign the forward.
The 27-year-old has no intention of playing second fiddle to last season's top scorer van Persie or being reduced to the rank of a squad player.
Rooney was sent home from the club's pre-season tour in Thailand after suffering from a hamstring injury.
Officials have confirmed that Wayne and Coleen Rooney were stopped from going backstage at Glastonbury Festival because they "didn't have the right wristbands".
The Rooney's tried to persuade security guards to let them into the backstage area for Dizzee Rascal's performance but were turned away.
The newborn boy is 10/1 to play in the Premier League like his father, but with far longer odds to turn out for either of his teams.
Klay is rated 50/1 with Ladbrokes to appear for Manchester United, 100/1 to play for Everton and the same odds to earn a senior England cap.
The bookmaker also offers odds on the Rooneys continuing the trend of baby names beginning with K, having also named their first son Kai.
Punters can get 5/4 on the third Rooney child following suit, or 4/6 on Wayne and Coleen opting for a name beginning with a different letter upon having another baby.
Any member of the Rooney family advertising Special K cereal is rated at 20/1, while the following names are all given long odds:
- Kourtney 25/1
- Karter 33/1
- Kassius 40/1
- Kris 40/1
- Khloe 50/1
- Kim 50/1
- Krystal 66/1
- Kristy 66/1
- Kanye 80/1
- Keith 100/1
- Kevin 100/1
- Kallum 100/1
Coleen Rooney has tweeted a picture of her second son Klay, who was born earlier today.
Coleen Rooney's mother Colette Mcloughlin has arrived at Liverpool Women's Hospital to greet the family's new arrival.
Accompanied by Wayne and Coleen Rooney's now-eldest son, three-year-old Kai, she brought in balloons to celebrate the birth of Klay.