William Hill Want You To Guess Where Rooney Will Be In September

May 14, 2013 - Posted by Alice Jenkinson

William Hill are taking bets on which club Wayne Rooney will be with come September 2013.

You can place your bet with William Hill by clicking here.

 
Rooney has put in a transfer request to leave Manchester United, although this is not the first time he has asked to leave the club.

This time around, even though the retiring Ferguson has said that they will not let Rooney go, it will be one of the first things that David Moyes tackles when he takes over in July.

William Hill Present The Odds

Man Utd 2/1
Bayern Munich 11/4
Paris Saint-Germain 3/1
Chelsea 4/1
Man City 20/1
Monaco 20/1
Real Madrid 20/1
AC Milan 33/1
Arsenal 33/1
Barcelona 33/1
Juventus 33/1
Inter Milan 40/1
Liverpool 80/1
Anzhi 100/1
Everton 100/1
Tottenham 100/1

Get Back In The Game

After Rooney missed the recent match against Swansea, he was still out celebrating with the team after their victory. Ferguson has remarked that Rooney just needs some time off to get his head back in the game and concentrate on being a Manchester United player again.

Will Rooney really fly the Old Trafford nest this time around?

Sign up with William Hill today to place a bet on which club Rooney will be at in September later this year.

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Alice Jenkinson

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Alice has always had a passion for writing, but she couldn't think of a way to make that into a job. She started to write betting and promotion reviews and found that she had a surprising knack for it. We grabbed her before anyone else could and now she’s a happy little writer, just don’t interrupt her before she’s had a coffee in the morning – no-one should have to see that. You can find her on Twitter and Google+.

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