Rooney future in balance, admits Moyes as Man United fear star won't agree new deal

Up for the battle: Rooney could return to the United team for the Capital One Cup clash against Swansea

David Moyes admits there is no guarantee Wayne Rooney will sign a new contract at Old Trafford if Manchester United fail to qualify for the Champions League this season.

Rooney, who will miss Saturday's FA Cup third-round tie at home to Swansea with a groin injury, will enter the final year of his £250,000-a-week deal in the summer.

United are anxious to open negotiations over a new one but it is thought the 28-year-old wants to wait until after the World Cup before assessing his future and the club's progress.

It raised fears that Rooney, subject of a £30million bid from Chelsea last summer, could leave if United cannot qualify for the Champions League.

Moyes said on Friday: 'We would have to wait and see what happened in that situation.'

Full-Story: Daily Mail

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