Check Out “Rooney may return to England with Birmingham City.” Blues manager John Eustace was linked to Rangers and Swansea this summer, and the Daily Telegraph reports that Rooney might replace him if he departs St Andrews.

The former England and Manchester United player is unhappy at DC United.

Rooney recently stated he is unclear about his future after his contract expires in December.

Eustace has led Birmingham to an unblemished season and is not in danger of being fired.

If he leaves, the Blues’ new American owners, supported by NFL legend Tom Brady’s investment, want to hire a major name to end the club’s 13-year Premier League exile.

Rooney May Return To England With Birmingham City
Rooney May Return To England With Birmingham City

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Luka Modric revealed he turned down a summer offer from Saudi Arabia to stay at Real Madrid.

The former Tottenham midfielder says he has no ‘ego’ and didn’t require a hefty Middle East income.

He chose to stay at the Bernabeu and ‘enjoy every moment’ for the Spanish giants.

An elegant footballer.

Offers from Saudi? There were offers, but my core vision has been Real Madrid from 2012 to today,” said the 2018 Ballon d’Or winner.

“I’m happy and fulfilled here, so I’m not considering other options.

“I don’t need these big offer stories to boost my ego.

“I just want to enjoy every moment in football and Real Madrid, and I don’t set limits.”

Louis Saha believes Erik ten Hag was wrong to publicly criticize Jadon Sancho.

After his fight with Ten Hag over the manager’s assertions that Sancho hasn’t been training, he’s been frozen out of the United team.

England international firmly denied the reports, casting doubt on his future with the Red Devils.

Saha argues the disagreement should never have become public.

To Paddy Power, the Frenchman stated: “[Jadon] Sancho and [Erik] ten-It’s bad to see Hag.

We’ve seen bosses open out too much, and this was one of them. No need to expose a player you left out. Sancho’s already struggling, so ten Hag is putting his head under water.

“It is a private decision; sometimes the manager must mention a player, but not in this case.

Sancho must defend himself since he thinks he’s done well physically and committed, but the boss wants more. The manager’s action was unnecessary, and I feel sad for them.

“Sometimes difficult discussions must be private, and even if you shout and are unhappy, think about the situation before you tell the journalists. It forces Sancho to protect himself.

“He’s professional and wants to prove he can play for the club, so he defended himself.”