Man United legend gives surprising verdict on Wayne Rooney
Following a series of below par displays, the United and England skipper was left out of the side that thumped Leicester 4-1 at Old Trafford on Saturday.
And Ferdinand believes a spell on the sidelines could rejuvenate the experienced star.
“It happened to me at United and I remember feeling bitter and thinking it was a disgrace”
Rio Ferdinand He told the Evening Standard: “Wayne won’t feel like this right now but being left out of the Manchester United starting line-up could be the best thing that has happened to him.
“I know what it feels like. It happened to me at United and I remember... read more
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