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ENGLAND/ MANCHESTER UTD, Great Russian offer for Rooney

26.10.2012 11.45 by TM W  read 1325
Source: The Sun
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Anzhi want to link Rooney, 27, with Cameroon striker Samuel Eto’o — currently their top earner on £350,000 a week.
But any offer to Roo would eclipse that.
Asked if Anzhi might sign Rooney, team director Roberto Carlos said: “Why not? He’s one of the best players in the world and any team would be happy to have him in their squad. He’s still a very young player.
“Of course, I could not say when and if it will happen. It’s not only Anzhi who want to buy him. There are plenty of teams in Italy and Spain, all over the world, eager to have a player like Rooney.”
Rooney would also be linking up with ex-Chelsea chief Guus Hiddink, who joined Anzhi this season and has guided them to the top of the Russian Premier Division.
Anzhi are bankrolled by billionaire Suleyman Kerimov, who is worth £4billion. Kerimov has already splashed his cash on Christopher Samba, Lassana Diarra and Eto’o since buying the club in January 2011.
Carlos added: “If the owner has a wish to buy somebody, he will go and do it.
“But we are trying to change the image of the club. It is not just about money.”

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