Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney can emulate Ryan Giggs, claims Stoke boss Mark Hughes
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney could emulate club legend Ryan Giggs, according to Stoke City boss Mark Hughes.
The Potters face the Red Devils on Sunday, and it is up for debate whether manager Jose Mourinho will pick his skipper after injury and form have seen him on the bench for the last two matches against Leicester City and Zorya Luhansk.
Rumour Mill: our round-up of football gossip, rumours and speculation United have won both of those fixtures, after losing three games in a row directly beforehand.
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