Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed Wayne Rooney will return for Manchester United's Champion s League clash with Rangers after the striker missed his side's defeat at Everton.
Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott was handed a shock starting berth for England in their Euro 2012 qualifier with Switzerland in Basle on Tuesday night.
Hat-trick hero Jermain Defoe was quick to praise England strike partner Wayne Rooney as the Manchester United man returned to top form in his country's 4-0 win over Bulgaria.
Fabio Capello insists he did not change his tactics as a result of media criticism as Wayne Rooney excelled in a deeper role in the 4-0 win over Bulgaria.
Fabio Capello has promised that Wayne Rooney will play "in style" when England face Bulgaria in their opening Euro 2012 qualifier on Friday night.
Manchester United assistant-boss Mike Phelan has claimed the club inherited a "dishevelled" Wayne Rooney following England's World Cup flop.
David Beckham has snubbed Fabio Capello's offer of a testimonial-style England send-off, saying he will only play for his country again if his form merits selection.
Fabio Capello is adamant that England supporters are still in "love" with Wayne Rooney despite boos directed at the Manchester United striker during Wednesday's friendly win over Hungary.
England manager Fabio Capello will give David Beckham one final chance to play for his country after affectively calling time on the veteran's international career.
Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti is not concerned by his side's poor form ahead of the new Premier League season.
Sir Alex Ferguson has played down suggestions that he is looking to sign Germany World Cup star Mesut Ozil for Manchester United.
Sir Alex Ferguson has suggested Javier Hernandez could form part of a front two with Wayne Rooney at times this season.
Wayne Rooney believes the new home-grown rule, which states that each Premier League squad must have eight players to have come through a youth system in England or Wales, can only be good for the game.
Sir Alex Ferguson has compared new Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez to Wayne Rooney and ruled out sending the Mexican marksman out on loan this season.
Manchester United have agreed terms with defender Nemanja Vidic on a new "long-term" contract with the club, chief executive David Gill has confirmed to MUTV.
Sir Alex Ferguson claims the weight of expectation on Wayne Rooney was to blame for the striker's poor form at the World Cup but predicted Rooney will star at Brazil 2014.