Wayne Rooney looks set to tell David Moyes that he wants a fresh start at the club, and wants to remain at Old Trafford next season, reports the Daily Mirror.
Moyes and the rest of the Manchester United sqaud are currently on a summer break, but the new manager will hope that Rooney returns wanting to wear the United jersey once again next season.
Rooney has two years left on his current deal, with United looking to keep Rooney in the north of England.
With Rooney currently playing at the best team in English football, based on the league win last season, a move to either Chelsea or Arsenal would be seen as a negative move in Rooney's career.
At 27, Rooney should be hitting the peak of his career in the coming months and a move to a new club could deny this.
But if Manchester United don't offer Rooney a new deal, and they decide to listen to offers for the striker, interest is not too far away.
Both Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger are ready to offer Rooney contracts at Chelsea and Arsenal respectively with Mourinho describing Rooney as "being at a fantastic age, with maturity and experience".
Moyes officially succeeds Sir Alex Ferguson on July 1, so Moyes will have to wait until then to get a definite answer as to Rooney's plans next season.
But both Rooney and Moyes return from holiday later this week, so the resolution of Rooney's future could be nearing a conclusion.
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