Man Utd skipper Wayne Rooney was recently linked with a move to China with reports claiming that Chinese clubs have massive wages to the 30-year-old.
Following these reports, new reports emerged claiming that Rooney have turned down offers from China as he wants to concentrate on his career at Man Utd.
Now, the latest reports are claiming that the England skipper is keen on a move to China, but only after two years.
The Sun claims that Rooney is looking forward to breaking Sir Bobby Charlton’s record of 249 United goals. He wants to write his name in the record books as the leading goalscorer for the Red Devils before moving to China.
The 30-year old currently has three years left on his current United deal, and he is looking forward to his testimonial game in the summer.
Rooney is currently missing in action due to a knee injury and is facing a race against the time to be fit for the summer’s Euro Cup.
He suffered a loss in form during the first half of the season but recovered his form at the turn of the year. He has scored seven league goals and provided four assists in 22 league appearances for the Red Devils this season.