Manchester United confident of Rooney deal

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Manchester United are confident Wayne Rooney will sign a new four-year-deal at Old Trafford, according to The Sun

Rooney, who was the subject of interest from Chelsea in the summer, has made a fine start to the season and has been in impressive form for the Premier League champions. 

The striker put in a great display in the Red Devils' most recent victory against Real Sociedad in the Champions League on Wednesday and the England international has admitted he's enjoying his football under David Moyes. 

The 28-year-old, who is on a reported £250,000-a-week salary, seems happy to play a waiting game in regards to a new deal at the Theatre of Dreams.

However, the Old Trafford hierarchy are now confident the forward will extend his current deal with the club.  

Rooney will be hoping to continue his great form as the Red Devils host Stoke City tomorrow and will be desperate to take all three points. 

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