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Manchester united star want a move to Arsenal

Rooney has been dropped to the bench for United’s last three games and Redknapp thinks he needs to move on.

He was also axed by Gareth Southgate for England’s goalless draw in Slovenia.

He’s played up front and in midfield but struggled to recapture his best form.

But Redknapp thinks he could revitalise his career and be useful to a top side for two more years, saying he needs to replicate the likes of Teddy Sheringham.

And despite closing in on United’s goal record Redknapp thinks he should look for a new challenge - and even suggested Arsenal or Chelsea as possible destinations.

“I think he is a player,” Redknapp told Betsafe.

“There have been teams in the past over the years where they have taken somebody where they think they're coming to the end of their career, but you know you can get 2 years out of him. 

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Wayne Rooney should leave Manchester United, according to Harry Redknapp

“I did that quite a bit. I took people like Teddy Sheringham and Patrick Berger, they came to the club as top players and Paul Merson and I got a couple of years out of them. 

“They changed the football club around, I think Rooney is a player where one of the big clubs could take him and he cold come in and give them that extra edge, someone like Arsenal or Chelsea. 

“I would be looking for a Rooney and thinking this fella could come in, he is such a leader he could make the difference in two years and he may need a  new challenge too. 

“If he is not going to be playing at United he is certainly not going to be happy to sit on the bench on his contract, he's not that type of lad.”

MUTV caller slams Wayne Rooney in debate with Sammy McIlroy

And the former Tottenham boss reckons he can get back into the England side.

He added: “At the moment his form has dipped a bit, but Rooney is a great professional and I still feel he has a part to play. 

“Again, he needs to play and get back into the Manchester United team. He's not going to be content sat on the bench.

“I think that will come to a head in the next three, four, five games. Rooney won't be happy sitting around not playing, he is a boy that loves to play football, that’s' what makes him what he is the type of boy he is. 

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Rooney has been on the bench for United's last three games

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Rooney has scored just once in the Premier League this season

“I think Mourinho doesn’t see him as good enough to get into their team, in my opinion I think Wanye would be better off to go somewhere like a big club. 

“I think with a big club he could go in and change it around, he is that type of guy, give him a new challenge for two years, one of the top six teams. 

“If I was a manager he would be a player I would most certainly look at and bring into my club.”

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  • Manchester united star want a move to Arsenal
  • Rooney has been dropped to the bench for United’s last three games and Redknapp thinks he needs to move on.

    He was also axed by Gareth Southgate for England’s goalless draw in Slovenia.

    He’s played up front and in midfield but struggled to recapture his best form.

    But Redknapp thinks he could revitalise his career and be useful to a top side for two more years, saying he needs to replicate the likes of Teddy Sheringham.

    And despite closing in on United’s goal record Redknapp thinks he should look for a new challenge - and even suggested Arsenal or Chelsea as possible destinations.

    “I think he is a player,” Redknapp told Betsafe.

    “There have been teams in the past over the years where they have taken somebody where they think they're coming to the end of their career, but you know you can get 2 years out of him. 

    GETTY

    Wayne Rooney should leave Manchester United, according to Harry Redknapp

    “I did that quite a bit. I took people like Teddy Sheringham and Patrick Berger, they came to the club as top players and Paul Merson and I got a couple of years out of them. 

    “They changed the football club around, I think Rooney is a player where one of the big clubs could take him and he cold come in and give them that extra edge, someone like Arsenal or Chelsea. 

    “I would be looking for a Rooney and thinking this fella could come in, he is such a leader he could make the difference in two years and he may need a  new challenge too. 

    “If he is not going to be playing at United he is certainly not going to be happy to sit on the bench on his contract, he's not that type of lad.”

    MUTV caller slams Wayne Rooney in debate with Sammy McIlroy

    And the former Tottenham boss reckons he can get back into the England side.

    He added: “At the moment his form has dipped a bit, but Rooney is a great professional and I still feel he has a part to play. 

    “Again, he needs to play and get back into the Manchester United team. He's not going to be content sat on the bench.

    “I think that will come to a head in the next three, four, five games. Rooney won't be happy sitting around not playing, he is a boy that loves to play football, that’s' what makes him what he is the type of boy he is. 

    GETTY

    Rooney has been on the bench for United's last three games

    GETTY

    Rooney has scored just once in the Premier League this season

    “I think Mourinho doesn’t see him as good enough to get into their team, in my opinion I think Wanye would be better off to go somewhere like a big club. 

    “I think with a big club he could go in and change it around, he is that type of guy, give him a new challenge for two years, one of the top six teams. 

    “If I was a manager he would be a player I would most certainly look at and bring into my club.”

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