Keane: United will survive Rooney exit

21 October 2010 05:29
Roy Keane insists there is no chance Manchester United will struggle to challenge for trophies without Wayne Rooney.[LNB] The England striker has questioned United's ambition after confirming his desire to quit the club and indicating he will not sign a new contract.[LNB]"Players have opinions and if they want to leave then good luck to them," the Ipswich boss and former United captain said at a press conference shown on Sky Sports News.[LNB]"Man Utd will more than survive."[LNB]Asked if Sir Alex Ferguson's side can still attract top quality players, the Irishman added: "Absolutely, of course, absolutely.[LNB]"If any player ever asked me, and one or two have, if they had a chance of signing for Man United, 'do it, you won't regret it'.[LNB]"I was there for 12 and a half years I loved every minute of every day playing for that club, every minute of every day[LNB]"I had chances to leave, many opportunities when my contract situation was running out, particularly when I came back from my cruciate (ligament injury).[LNB]"An amazing football club, brilliant football club."[LNB]

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