The future of Wayne Rooney has been the subject of intense speculation in this summer's transfer window.
Rooney is so dynamic in the final third of the pitch, possessing the ability to play on his own in front of goal and drop into deeper positions to supply his team-mates who are further forward up the pitch. Rooney's finishing is second to none and is one of the best finishers in the world.
With every ball he plays, Rooney uses such care and precision to make sure he gets a shot on target or complete a pass. Rooney has already been the subject of a £20m bid from Premier League rival's Chelsea, which was consequently rejected by Manchester United.
If Rooney does leave Manchester United, he will need assurances that he will be playing regular football with the World Cup rapidly approaching and may get the opportunity to do so with Arsenal.