Rooney reveals where he will end his career

Rooney reveals where he will end his career

14 Nov 2018, 08:25

DC United striker Wayne Rooney has revealed he won't be back to the Premier League as he plans to end his career in the United States.

Ahead of his England send-off at Wembley, Rooney says DC United will be his final club to play for. The Manchester United legend is set to come off the bench in Thursday's friendly after the Football Association decided to honor his record-breaking international career.

"It will be my last game. My form has been good in the States and if I got called up because of that then it would be a different situation, but this will be my last game," said Rooney. 

"I made the decision to go to the States and as you well know when I make a decision I tend to stick with it. It's important to me that I give my full commitment to DC United. I've seen talk about a loan move back here but I'm not prepared to do that," he added. 

The 33-year-old has impressed in the MLS since joining DC United from Everton and won his last international cap in the 3-0 win over Scotland in November 2016.

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