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Mourinho confirms Rooney bid
Jose Mourinho has confirmed Chelsea have made a bid to sign Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.
The Stamford Bridge outfit were the subject of a failed offer for the England international on Tuesday, with reports suggesting defender David Luiz or midfielder Juan Mata were offered as part of the deal.
While admitting an bid had been lodged, Mourinho denied claims of a part-exchange deal and insisted Rooney's future now lies with him and his current employer.
"Nothing is secret anymore. Chelsea are interested in the player, Chelsea made an official bid," the Portuguese said.
"What we did, we did officially, in a clean way. There is nothing more to say and nothing more to do.
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18.07.2013 - 00:43
Lewandowski saddened by Dortmund stay
Robert Lewandowski has admitted he is not happy to be staying with Borussia Dortmund next season, rather than moving to Bayern Munich.
The Poland international, 24, scored 36 goals in 49 appearances for Dortmund last season, but they finished 25 points behind Bayern in the Bundesliga and were also defeated in the UEFA Champions League by their domestic rivals.
transfer in a year's time, but Lewandowski wanted the move to happen sooner.
"Like always, I gave it my all for BVB during the second part of last season. I played and scored, thinking I was allowed the switch in the summer," Lewandowski told Sport Bild.
"After the talks we held I was convinced I’d be allowed a free decision about my transfer. Then e
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18.07.2013 - 00:41
Chelsea confirm bid for Rooney
Chelsea have confirmed that they have tabled a bid for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, but deny offering any players in exchange.
Reports emerging on Tuesday suggested that an offer of £10million and Juan Mata or David Luiz had been submitted.
However, while the Stamford Bridge club have admitted their interest in the England international, they strongly denied offering any of their squad to sweeten the deal.
A club statement read: "Chelsea Football Club can confirm that yesterday it made a written offer to Manchester United for the transfer of Wayne Rooney.
"Although the terms of the offer are confidential, for avoidance of doubt and contrary to what is currently being briefed to the pr
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18.07.2013 - 00:40
McQueen expects Rooney departure
Former Manchester United defender Gordon McQueen feels Wayne Rooney will leave the club amid reports of a rejected bid from Chelsea.
Chelsea are thought to be ready to pay £10million and offload one of their current crop of players in order to bring the England international to London.
The 27-year-old was apparently less than impressed with new United manager David Moyes suggesting he would not be first choice next season.
Chelsea appear keen to take advantage of Rooney's fractious relationship with the champions' hierarchy, with the striker also having submitted a transfer request last season, and McQueen thinks he will eventually leave Old Trafford.
"Wayne Rooney is looking for a way out
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18.07.2013 - 00:38
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